Calling John Hikel, NHF&G looking for turkey counters

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Former NH Rep. John A. Hikel (R) Goffstown

Reading the local newspaper today, I noted an article published seeking volunteers to report wild turkey brood sightings as part of the NH Fish & Game web-based survey program.

Remembering how much former NH State Representative, John Hikel, enjoys turkey hunting, I thought he’d definitely enjoy helping NH Fish and Game out.

What’s the big deal? Word is that former Rep. Hikel, owner of UpTown Auto in Pinardville, is going to run for reelection for NH House. Considering some of the stunts and stories he’s embarrassed our town with in years recent past, I thought a refresher of these stories were in order to remind voters of what’s in store should he prevail. This is just one of many stories.

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Rep. Claire Rouillard (R – Goffstown) awarded the Henry Toll Fellowship

State of New Hampshire House of Representatives

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:               Capitial014                    June 10, 2015     Contact: Jim Rivers   jim.rivers@leg.state.nh.us

REP. ROUILLARD AWARDED THE  HENRY TOLL FELLOWSHIP

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Rep. Claire Rouillard R- Goffstown, NH

Freshman Legislator from Goffstown among 48 National Winners Concord—Rep. Claire Rouillard of Goffstown, serving her first term in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, has been awarded the prestigious Henry Toll Fellowship given annually by the Council of State Governments (CSG). The program, named for CSG founder Henry Wolcott Toll, is one of the nation’s premier leadership development programs for state government officials.

Each year Toll Fellows bring 48 of the nation’s top officials from all three branches of state government to Lexington, Ky for an intensive six-day, five-night “intellectual boot camp” designed to stimulate personal assessment and growth.

Speaker Shawn Jasper, who nominated Rep. Rouillard for the fellowship, saw early on in the legislative session that the freshman was a quick study. “Claire grasped the legislative process early in the session and has made a significant contribution to the House. It is rare to have a freshman part of the leadership team, but Rep. Rouillard certainly earned her title as Assistant Majority Whip,” said Speaker Jasper. “She has a very bright future in state government should she choose to stay on that path,” he added.

Rep. Rouillard represents Hillsborough County, District 6, and has been serving on the House Judiciary Committee while assisting the Majority Whip Richard Hinch of Merrimack.

Rep. Rouillard is a graduate of the Franklin Pierce Law School in Concord, known today as the University of New Hampshire Law School.

Since 1986, 20 New Hampshire government officials have received the Toll Fellowship, including Deputy Secretary of State Dave Scanlan, current Democratic Leader Stephen Shurtleff, State House Chief of Staff Terry Pfaff, and State Senator Sharon Carson.

Rep. Rouillard will join the 47 other fellows in Lexington, KY from August 28 through September 2, 2015.