The New Hampshire Republican State Committee is showing signs of righting its financial ship after a near disastrous 2011.
According to Republican sources, Chairman Wayne MacDonald was prepared to share positive financial information on Monday night to the Party’s Executive Committee, a rare occurrence since former-Gov. John Sununu stepped down as Chairman and the Party fell under the temporary control of Jack Kimball.
NH Journal can report that the GOP has retired more than 50% of its $128,000 in long-term debt. And has brought in just over $65,000 last December, more than any single month in 2011.
A source also tells NH Journal that the party has an aggressive plan to expand its finance committee and has two upcoming fundraisers, one in Concord and one in Washington, DC.
The NHGOP was virtually decimated under Kimball’s chairmanship. Kimball eventually resigned under threat of ouster.