A Republican party insider who has been an ardent supporter of Gov.
Maggie Hassan is in a very different position than other top party officials.
In fact, he says he was recently advised by the New Jersey Republican Party that its primary election rules are ripe for abuse.
The insider said the New York-based party’s chairman, Robert Gagnon, was particularly aggressive in the state’s March primary, which included the first contested general election in the party’s history.
Gagnan told the insider that he had heard from other party insiders that the New Hampshirites were being treated unfairly by the GOP because they were not winning their own primary.
He also said the party is being overrun by New Hampshire Democrats.
“We need to be looking at all of our state offices,” Gagnas said, adding that he is also concerned about the way the state was run in the primary.
“I can tell you that if you want to run an office that’s more like the party of New Hampshire than the party that’s in charge of New York, you’re not going to do it.”
The insider told The Next World that Gagnons office was inundated with emails, phone calls and even text messages, even from a reporter who tried to reach Gagnón.
He said he was also told that the office is being used as a political platform.
“There’s no room for the governor’s office in the office of the Republican Party,” the insider said.
“The governor’s offices have to go.”
Gagnonic’s office was also flooded with emails after he announced that the state would not be holding its primary for 2020 and instead was instead nominating Republican candidates for governor.
“That’s the way we’re going to run this,” Gignons office told The New York Times in a statement on May 30.
“It’s going to be a one-person race.
We’ll be looking for a Republican candidate that will be a good governor.
We’re going after the Republican governor.
If there’s a candidate that can do that, we’ll take it.”
Gagnon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Gascón is not alone in his concern about the party.
Other New Hampshire Republicans have voiced concerns about the New Haven Republican Party and the Granite State GOP’s primary process, which could lead to the establishment party losing control of state parties in 2018.
In May, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported that state party chair Scott Cottone had sent an email to party officials suggesting that if the New Mexico Republican Party was not able to hold its primary this year, it should not hold the same primary for the state of New Mexico.
“In the past, we’ve been very supportive of the New Mexicans and the GOP and the primary process in general,” Cottones email said.
The email was shared by an unnamed Republican official in New Hampshire.
The official also told The Union Leader that New Hampshire’s primary election was not fair because it was being held during the height of Hurricane Irene and that the party was losing the state to the Democrats.
The emails came amid an ongoing scandal in the Granbury County Republican Party.
In February, The Granbury Times reported that the county party had been improperly using taxpayer money to buy election supplies for party members and supporters.
The county’s primary was also the last state primary in the country that was held during a natural disaster.
The Granby Times reported the party had received thousands of dollars from the county’s Democratic Party to pay for a primary calendar that included party leaders, local elected officials and local volunteers, according to documents obtained by The Granville Times.
The Times also reported that more than $2,000 was spent on a “state party chair,” who was later fired for violating county rules.
The party has also been under scrutiny for its use of state money to pay off debt from Hurricane Sandy.
A report from the New England Coalition for Justice found that the Republican party spent more than a million dollars to buy campaign supplies for the New Bedford Republican Party after the party failed to meet a deadline to pay its debt to the state.
The report also detailed how the Republican leadership failed to take action to address the party leadership’s failure to properly address the debt incurred by the state during Hurricane Irenee.
“Despite the GOP’s repeated efforts to address its own debt issues, the party continued to operate with the blessing of the GOP leadership, which in turn allowed it to ignore its own responsibility for the damage to its own reputation, credibility and credibility,” the report said.
The Granby County Republican party has not yet commented on the report.
“Our primary is open to all New Hampshire residents regardless of party affiliation,” Cottage said in a response to The New England Alliance for Democracy, the group that filed the complaint against the Granby county Republican party.
“This is a political party that has a very important role to play in our state, but we have