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Mr. Andrew Hemingway

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Founder and Chief Executive Offi...

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Digital Acumen
PO Box 537
New Hampton, New Hampshire 03256
United States

Company Description: We are a growing company that is hyper-specialized in the Twitter platform, politics and the expanding impact of instant global communication. Not only are we...   more
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Stark360 PAC announced its ...
stark360.org, 18 Aug 2014 [cached]
Stark360 PAC announced its endorsement of Andrew Hemingway for Governor and Marilinda Garcia for US Congress in NH-2.
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ALEXANDRIA, VA - Stark360, a pro-liberty PAC dedicated to nominating and electing liberty-minded candidates for public office, announced today its endorsement of Andrew Hemingway for New Hampshire governor and Marilinda Garcia for New Hampshire congressional representative for district two.
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Hemingway and Garcia provide a stark contrast to both their primary and general election competitors."
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A lifelong resident of New Hampshire, Andrew Hemingway has created three successful small businesses, served as Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and worked with a state senator to overturn the LLC tax.
Minutes
www.townofbristolnh.org, 26 Nov 2012 [cached]
ATTENDED: Andrew Hemingway (Chairman), Dan Bouchard (Vice Chairman),
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The Chairman, Andrew Hemingway called the Public Hearing meeting to order at 7:00 p.m., at the Old Bristol Town Hall, and the meeting was video taped for Bristol Public Access.
Chairman. Hemingway addressed the Public stating the purpose of this meeting is to listen to the Towns people this evening relative to the Budget. Mr. Hemingway asked that anyone speaking keep to discussing this years budget rather than focusing on years prior.
Chairman Hemingway explained that after the Public Hearing the Budget Committee members would be holding an additional meeting to make any necessary changes relative to what had been discussed at this public hearing. Chairman Hemingway invited anyone having anything to say to stand up and speak.
A gentlemen from the public spoke relative to the Wage Classification Study commending the Board of Selectmen and Town Manager for doing a great job.
Another gentlemen stood up to address the issue of the Administrative Assistant to the Town Manager. The gentlemen stated he believes the Town is better off with three (3) Selectmen rather than having five (5) stating he does not believe they are doing a better job. Chairman Hemingway stated we are not here to speak about the positions, but rather the budget presented at this meeting.
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Chairman Hemingway stated after reviewing RSA:32 with the Board of Selectmen, the Director at DRA, the Local Government Center, and Town Counsel we talked about ways we could make this budget more of an effective but efficient process. Chairman Hemingway stated RSA:32 brought us to a couple of conclusions: 1) is that the Board of Selectmen is not dictating a budget to the Budget Committee, but is there to give their recommendations.
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Chairman Hemingway stated each Selectmen prepared a narrative of what they would like to see in the Budget.
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Chairman Hemingway stated that RSA:32 it states their recommendations not line by line, not even numbers, it states their recommendations. In what format the recommendations come in is up to the Budget Committee, and to insinuate the Board of Selectmen did not do their job in front of the public hearing it is wrong. Chairman Hemingway stated everything that was requested of the Board of Selectmen was given to the Budget Committee, and if something more was needed then it should have been asked for during the process, not here at the public hearing.
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Chairman Hemingway stated the narratives were very lengthy, and the Town Manager could make them available to the public.
A gentleman stood to address the Budget Committee. He explained he appreciates the work that went into the budget, but feels spending in the Police and Fire Departments is out of control. He stated many are wondering if they are going to keep their jobs, be able to pay their taxes, and he feels there is a huge increase in these budgets. He stated he realizes things go up in price, but sooner or later the economy is going to crash. He feels we need to put a hold on any additional spending. Chairman Hemingway stated he understands what he is saying, this budget is down over $500,000 compared to last year. Mr. Hemingway stated we are working on trying to reverse this trend, and are trying hard to keep the spending down. The gentlemen stated he had two (2) Petition Warrant Articles to submit having 25 signatures. Chairman Hemingway stated it is too late to submit them as the deadline has passed to submit Warrant Articles.
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Chairman Hemingway stated the Budget Committee will open that up for discussion when we meet later.
A female from a Social Service Agency stated that her organization just dropped 8 hours in her weekly schedule, yet there is $20,000 in overtime for the Police Department, and $40,000 in overtime for the Fire Department. She continued to say we can not have our cake and eat it too, and therefore some concessions must be made.
Discussions Continued
A gentleman stated it is his understanding that salaries would be increased over a two (2) year period. Chairman Hemingway stated that is correct. Mr. Hemingway stated that had been considered.
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Chairman Hemingway stated $1 per hour equates to more money than it is costing to put in the increase.
A gentleman stated the wages were out of whack to begin with, and now it has gotten out of control. The comparisons were not with comparable towns, and the increases are not reasonable. He stated he wished the Committee would go back and look at these things. Chairman Hemingway stated a third party LGC was contracted to look at the wages, and they came back with their findings.
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Chairman Hemingway stated all the Department Heads came to the Budget Committee and said the people come first over and above all making sure the people get their pay increases, and we will cut back on other areas in the budget.
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Chairman Hemingway stated NANA will be looked at again.
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Chairman Hemingway stated the very first words we heard was to level fund the budget, another principle was to take care of the people, and the third principle was to take the real costs. A gentleman asked what is meant by level funding? Chairman Hemingway stated it basically means to hold the line to the previous years budget.
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Chairman Hemingway stated this years budget is down by $500,000.
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Chairman Hemingway stated it is very difficult to determine exact revenues so we have been conservative with these numbers.
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Chairman Hemingway stated the Budget Committee made many cuts in this years budget, and therefore added additional funds to the contingency fund in the event it is needed.
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Chairman Hemingway stated our general fund is where it needs to be, and we had a surplus last year, and we have decreased this years budget by $500,000.
A woman stated many cities are cutting pay in order to not fire employees, and people are making necessary sacrifices. Yet she looks at the Town of Bristol's Budget and can not understand this sort of spending in times such as this.
A gentleman asked who is responsible for negotiating with the other towns relative to the services we provide to other towns, and to assure that it is fair and equitable? Chairman Hemingway stated it is a Selectboard issue.
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Chairman Hemingway stated we hear everyone's concerns, and we need to start winding down so that the committee can do it's work for this evening. Mr. Hemingway stated he has appreciated all the comments this evening, and the consideration of others to allow us to do this.
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Chairman Hemingway stated they will look at that again as well, and thanked Mr. Auger.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for additional comments that have not already been discussed. No additional comments from the public were made.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion on the amendment to the Budget.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for a vote on voting on each line item individually as stated above.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for a vote on the original motion made by Bruce Van Derven to reduce Public Communications to $40,000.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
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Chairman Hemingway stated the Town Clerk has requested that dues and memberships be paid as there is a RSA pertaining to that line item 01-4140-396 to increase it to $600.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion.
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Chairman Hemingway asked for discussion, no discussion, he then called for a vote.
MOTION CARRIED 11/0/2-abstentions
Chairman Hemingway stated the next request was also from the Town Clerk who wishes to raise line item 01-4140-550 Printing to be increased to $2,000 to print ballots.
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Mr. Hemingway stated all we need to vote on is not recommending the Warrant Article. Chairma
4RG - New PAC working to elect next GOP Gov of NH
www.4rg.org, 29 May 2012 [cached]
Concord, NH - Andrew Hemingway filed with the New Hampshire Secretary of State a new political action committee Monday - "4RG" - to help elect a Republican governor this November. Hemingway will serve as Chairman and Treasurer and has two strategic partners, in Manchester and the Seacoast.
4RG is already implementing a voter identification, research, and communications plan.
Hemingway is a conservative activist and past chairman of the Bristol Budget Committee and Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. For his first electoral political campaign, he was a state director and national online communications staffer on Newt Gingrich's 2012 presidential run. Hemingway is the founder of several successful entrepreneurial ventures, most recently a New Hampshire-based social media platform company. Previously, as co-leader of Stop the LLC Tax, Hemingway organized hundreds of business owners and collected thousands of signatures across the state in opposition to a 13.5% tax supported by former NH Senate Majority Leader and current Democratic candidate for governor, Maggie Hassan.
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"4RG is my number-one day-to-day project through General Election Day, November 6," Hemingway says. "4RG will work independently, strategically, and tirelessly to elect the next Republican New Hampshire governor."
Hemingway will discuss 4RG and the New Hampshire governor's race on the Jeff Katz Show, Talk 1200, tomorrow (Wednesday) at 7:05 a.m., and in-studio with Brian Tilton on "Bulldog Live!
Andy will be challenging Jennifer Horn ...
www.nhinsider.com, 7 Jan 2013 [cached]
Andy will be challenging Jennifer Horn and Andrew Hemingway.
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"With all due respect to the party's 'establishment,'" Andy says.
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If the party's 'establishment' chose Horn, I am here to tell that 'establishment,' you're OUT," Andy says.
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"I am running for chairman because I want to see the Republican Party emerge from its recent election disappointments stronger than ever," Hemingway said. "To achieve our full potential, I believe we need to sharpen our messaging, implement new technologies and rebuild our grassroots infrastructure. My background in business, political activism and elected office makes me uniquely qualified to unite and lead the New Hampshire Republican Party to a brighter, stronger future."
"History has shown that New Hampshire is a better state when led by Republicans," Hemingway added. "Our Republican legislative leaders need a state committee that will promote their message effectively. Moreover, the voters deserve a chairman who is not afraid to hold Democrats accountable when they propose harmful legislation. I provide a fresh face and new energy for the task of rebuilding the party. I have examined what went wrong in past election cycles and will work with all Republicans to strengthen our party and restore confidence in the way we do business."
Andrew Hemingway is a leader in the world of social media and integrating new technologies with political action. Hemingway is the CEO of Digital Acumen, a technology firm specializing in emerging political communications. Hemingway has raised millions of dollars through digital fund raising campaigns for candidates and organizations across America. In 2011, Hemingway organized the first ever Twitter debate for Presidential candidates. As chairman of the New Hampshire GOP, he will transform the technological infrastructure of the state party and utilize new methods to manage the get-out-the-vote program.
Hemingway served as chairman of the Bristol Budget Committee and implemented zero-based budgeting for the town. He was able to cut the town's budget by 20 percent in his first year and an additional 10 percent the following year. When Hemingway left the board, Bristol's tax rate was the lowest it has been in more than 40 years.
As the chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire during the 2010 elections, Hemingway transformed the organization into a statewide conservative powerhouse. Hemingway's leadership of the RLCNH helped elect more than 100 endorsed candidates to the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
Hemingway also served as New Hampshire state director for Newt Gingrich's 2012 presidential campaign. During that effort, he also ran the campaign's digital fundraising operation and successfully raised more than $2 million.
In 2012, Hemingway founded 4RG, a political action committee dedicated to electing Republican governors nationwide.
Hemingway currently serves as the northern regional vice chairman of the New Hampshire Young Republicans.
Newt Gingrich Surge Strains His Campaign | Martha Zoller
www.marthazoller.com, 8 Dec 2012 [cached]
The story is similar in New Hampshire, where Gingrich hired a state director - conservative activist Andrew Hemingway - about a month ago. Hemingway says Gingrich now has "every county with county captains, a couple with multiple" but explains that his team is figuring out ways to make up for lost weeks and months.
"There's not enough time. We're not going to go out and ID all 100,000 voters. It's all grass roots," Hemingway said, explaining that the national Gingrich staff was "really empowering us at our level to say, 'hey, you know New Hampshire best,' so you use the resources we have to go and win."
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