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The Naked Porcupine

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The Executive Council
« on: August 20, 2004, 06:29:30 pm »

Reason #8 in "101 Reasons to Move to NH" is

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New Hampshire's governorship is the weakest of all the states due to our unique, constitutionally mandated system of checks and balances against the power of the governor. The Executive Council holds the distinction of being the first and the last of its kind in the nation. It is a vestige of the Colonial era and a public reminder of the continuing indication of the basic distrust Granite State citizens have for dictatorial government.

So, I want to know:

1. Who are the members of the current Executive Council?
2. Do EC members have term limits?
3. How long have each of the EC members been in office?
4. Can we get a profile of each EC member and an overall picture of their attitude toward liberty?

Basically, I know that there have been SOME members of the General Court who have been rather cold to the FSP.  How do the EC members rate on their welcome that they've been giving the FSP?

Have Amanda or any other FSP leaders met with any of them?

Greg
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George Reich

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Re:The Executive Council
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2004, 12:56:56 pm »

This link will answer some of your questions:

http://www.state.nh.us/council/index.html
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