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Michael Harrison of Talkers Magazine called into GMNH to talk a bevy of topics-former President Donald Trump's legal woes, 2024 Election and pragmatism in a time of divisiveness.
Jon Decker, White House Correspondent called into GMNH to talk about former President Donald Trump's series of losses and setbacks this past election with endorsing candidates.
On this week's edition of Your NH State Police presented by AutoFair, Staff Sgt. Sean Eaton talks Toys For Tots. Joining Staff Sgt. Eaton is Jamie from Service Credit Union.
Erin Real of NBC News Radio called into GMNH to talk about the best and worst states for jobs and where does New Hampshire rank?
US Congressman Chris Pappas (D-NH) in the 1st District called into GMNH from Capitol Hill to talk Respect For Marriage Act.
Kevin Forrest of the Manchester VA called into GMNH to talk Pearl Harbor Day, as well as an update on the pipe burst at the VA. If you still have trouble booking an appointment, or need more information regarding such, the number to call is 833-933-1106.
Rory O'Neill of NBC News Radio called into GMNH to talk about the Georgia US Senate runoff, won by incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock.
Anna Brown of Citizens Count called into GMNH to chat about today's New Hampshire Organization Day, which the state legislature announces House Speaker, Majority Leader in the Senate and Secretary of State.
Erin Real of NBC News Radio called into GMNH to talk about a record number of female truck drivers in America.
Rory O'Neill of NBC News Radio called into GMNH to chat about the US Senate runoff in Georgia, as voters head to the polls today.
Former US Senator of North Dakota Heidi Heitkamp called into GMNH to talk 2022 midterm elections, 2024 plans and American Edge Project.
Michael Graham of NH Journal called into GMNH to discuss former US Senate Candidate and retired Army General Don Bolduc announcing his intent to be vice chairman of the New Hampshire GOP.
Anna Brown of Citizens Count called into GMNH to talk about the New Hampshire House of Representatives agenda for 2023, along with the potential of a new Secretary of State.
Doug Tengdin of World Market Advisors called into GMNH to talk about the housing market cooling off in 2023.
Kristen Clarke, Traffic Engineer at the City of Manchester Department of Public Works called into GMNH to talk about construction in the city of Manchester that will go into effect soon and conclude by 2029.
Erin Real of NBC News Radio called into GMNH to chat about the Dow Jones and recent swings in the market.
Jon DeLena of the DEA of New England called into GMNH to discuss Philadelphia Eagles Lineman Jack Driscoll, who wore the demandZERO (an organization who's mission is to combat the opioid crisis) on his My Cause My Cleats game yesterday in a 35-10 win over the Tennessee Titans.
Paul Steinhauser of Fox News called into GMNH to chat about tomorrow's runoff for the US Senate in Georgia.
Michael Graham of NH Journal called into GMNH to chat about President Biden's remarks about South Carolina potentially being the new First In The Nation primary, as well as statewide issues such as new leadership in both parties in the State House.
Erin Real of NBC News Radio called into GMNH to talk about falling gas prices, and how long it could continue going into 2023.
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