Committee to Elect House Republicans

Committed to a Republican Majority in the New Hampshire House

The Committee to Elect House Republicans is the official political action committee
supporting Republican candidates nominees for the New Hampshire House of Representatives

Information for Voters

If you are a New Hampshire voter looking for information on who represents you in the legislature, who your candidates are in the upcoming election, and what issues your Republican Reps/Candidates care about, we want to help.

Information for Candidates

If you are a Republican interested in or committeed to running for State Representative, we’re here to help. Our goal is to elect a Republican majroity to the NH House, and we want to make sure you have the training and resources available to win.

Latest Updates:

Ways you can help Michael Vose win the Epping special election

The Primary Election in Rockingham District 9, the town of Epping, was held last week, and Republican Michael Vose emerged as our Republican nominee. 

The Committee to Elect House Republicans is committed to ensuring Michael Vose is elected to the House once again, and serve as one more vote against the extreme agenda being put forward by the Democrat majorities in Concord.


Phone Banks
From now through election day on October 8th the NHGOP be holding phone banks  at the NHGOP HQ in Concord every Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30pm to talk with and alert voters of the upcoming Special. 

Canvassing
They will also be canvassing in Epping every Saturday through the election and would love to have you join them for canvassing. They meet at 9:30am outside of Ryan’s Place Diner in Epping.

If you are able to participate in any of the above mentioned activities, email elliot@nhgop.org or call 603-225-9341. RSVPs are appreciated to ensure they have ample supplies and staff available to help.


Phone calls and canvassing not your cup of tea?
Consider donating $5, $10, or $25.

Democrats will stop at nothing to flip this seat. That’s why every dollar we can put towards keeping Naomi Andrews out of Concord is extremely important.


 With your help and support, we will keep this Rockingham District 9 seat RED, and take back the majority in 2020.

House Republican Leader’s Statement on Epping Primary Results

Concord – House Republican Leader, and chairman of the Committee to Elect House Republicans, Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack), issued a statement after results from the primary election in Rockingham District 9, the town of Epping, were announced. 

“Republicans were fortunate to have two very qualified candidates and I thank them both for stepping forward to run and serve. Both my committee and the Republican Party are committed to ensuring our nominee, Michael Vose, is elected to the House once again, and serve as one more vote against the extreme agenda being put forward by the Democrat majorities in Concord.”

“Democrats have proven their inability to lead or build bipartisan consensus by passing an income tax three separate times, passing hundreds of millions of increased taxes on job creators, and increasing regulations that will harm our economy and raise energy costs. Naomi Andrews will only be a rubber stamp for these initiatives and we will make sure the voters of Epping are fully informed why we just can’t afford another Democrat in Concord.”

“Mike has demonstrated that he has the experience and policy expertise to be a strong voice in Concord for the people of Epping and for taxpayers. He served as an assistant majority leader just last term, and is a well respected, thoughtful person who I look forward to serving with again.”

The winner of the special election in Rockingham District 9 will replace former Rep. Sean Morrison who resigned earlier this year.

Democrats Are Lying About Business Taxes

For months, Democrats have been misleading the people of New Hampshire by saying their plan on business taxes is simply freezing the rates at their current levels. Here are the facts:

The current rate for this tax period is 7.7% for the Business Profits Tax, and .6% for the Business Enterprise Tax. HB517, the budget trailer bill passed in 2017 clearly states these rates for our current period.

156:213  Business Profits Tax; Imposition of Tax; 2019.  RSA 77-A:2 is repealed and reenacted to read as follows: 77-A:2  Imposition of Tax.  A tax is imposed at the rate of 7.7 percent upon the taxable business profits of every business organization.

156:214  Business Enterprise Tax; Imposition of Tax; 2019.  RSA 77-E:2 is repealed and reenacted to read as follows: 77-E:2  Imposition of Tax.  A tax is imposed at the rate of .60 percent upon the taxable enterprise value tax base of every business enterprise.

I.  Sections 213 and 214 of this act shall apply to taxable periods ending on or after December 31, 2019.

The Democrats’ proposal in HB2, the budget trailer bill, calls for the BPT to be 7.9% and the BET to be .675%.

225  Business Profits Tax; Imposition of Tax; 2019.  RSA 77-A:2 is repealed and reenacted to read as follows: 77-A:2  Imposition of Tax.  A tax is imposed at the rate of 7.9 percent upon the taxable business profits of every business organization.

226  Business Enterprise Tax; Imposition of Tax; 2019.  RSA 77-E:2 is repealed and reenacted to read as follows: 77-E:2  Imposition of Tax.  A tax is imposed at the rate of .675 percent upon the taxable enterprise value tax base of every business enterprise.

228  Applicability.  Sections 225 and 226 of this act shall apply to taxable periods ending on or after December 31, 2019.

This is NOT a freeze of the current rate as they allege. This is an outright reversal of our current law, and raises the BET rate by 12.5%!

Businesses are currently paying at the lower 7.7% rate

According to the Department of Revenue Administration, four estimated payments are required, paid at 25% each on the 15th day of the 4th, 6th, 9th and 12th month of the taxable period, for any tax liability greater than $200. In theory, many businesses may have already made estimated payments for the 4th and 6th month. Given the timeline of the continuing resolution, it is possible that they will also make an estimated payment for the 9th month as well.

Democrats’ business tax proposal is retroactive

Businesses have already made two of the four estimated payments for the year. Any increase for the current tax year would also apply to the quarterly periods they’ve already paid for, and require them to make up the difference, after the fact.

Don’t be fooled. This not only a tax increase,
it is a retroactive tax increase.


House Republicans are committed to keeping our promise to New Hampshire’s job creators, and not raising business tax rates at a time where our economy is running full steam ahead.

Can we count on your financial support of $25, $50 or $100 to help us bring this message to voters now and in 2020?

Most House Democrats Voted Up to 4 Times for an Income Tax

This week’s infographic looks at the Democrat’s votes on creating an income tax to fund a flawed family leave insurance plan. There were 4 roll call votes that contained language for an income tax. They are as follows:

  • Roll Call Vote #54 – Ought to Pass as Amended on HB712, the House version of the income tax family leave plan.
  • Roll Call Vote #129 – Ought to Pass on SB1, the Senate version of the income tax family leave plan.
  • Roll Call Vote #158 – Adopt amendment #1403h to HB2, which inserted the income tax family leave plan in to the trailer bill to the House budget.
  • Roll Call Vote #164 – Ought to Pass as Amended on HB2, the final vote on the House trailer bill, which as amended contains the income tax family leave plan.

Of the 233 House Democrats,

183 (79%) voted for the income tax proposal all 4 times.
217 (93%) voted for the income tax at least 3 times.
229 (98%) voted for the income tax at least 2 times.
231 (99%) voted for the income tax at least once.

There were two members who did not have recorded votes on the income tax proposals. One has been absent due to health conditions, and the other was Speaker Shurtleff, who did not cast a vote while presiding over the House session(s).

Below, you’ll find a listing the vote by each member of the Democrat caucus on those 4 roll call votes.
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