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Coordinator

REP Corp
Phone: (505) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
REP America
3200 Carlisle Blvd. NE Suite 114
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
United States

Company Description: Republicans for Kerry '04 is a grassroots group of Republicans from across the political spectrum which believes the Bush-Cheney administration has abandoned...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Harvard University
  • University of Tulsa
  • The University of Tulsa College of Law
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Opinions: Letters to the Editor; Republicans for Environmental Protection (REP America)
www.rep.org, 15 Jan 2012 [cached]
by Ted Leach, REP's New Hampshire coordinator, published February 15, 2011 in the Monadnock (NH) Ledger-Transcript
Director Ted ...
www.rep.org, 28 May 2008 [cached]
Director Ted Leach
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Ted LeachTed Leach spoke at REP's 2007 Republican Environmental Leadership Conference in San Antonio
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Ted Leach started his political career as an energetic 10-year-old writing "I like Ike" in lighter fluid on the streets of Springfield, Illinois."We thought it was cool," he recalls."The local gendarmes had a different take."
After attending the University of Tulsa, Leach served as a campaign assistant for U.S. Senate candidate and former University of Oklahoma football coach, Bud Wilkinson.
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Leach then became campaign coordinator for the election of Oklahoma's second Republican Governor, Dewey F. Bartlett.
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Leach was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives in 2000 and served on the Science, Technology and Energy Committee.He was the co-sponsor of the first four-pollutant bill in the nation and was president of the first bipartisan freshman assembly.He founded the Legislature's Environmental Caucus.
In 2003, he became the co-chair of the Carbon Coalition, a non-partisan, non-profit group of New Hampshire citizens who advocate for a responsible energy policy.As a sideline, he underwrote and built America's first and only opera company performed entirely by string-operated marionettes.The New England Marionette Opera quickly became one of New England's most talked about cultural attractions.Unfortunately, it was destroyed by fire in 1999.
A REP member since 2003, Ted was elected to the Board of Directors in 2006.He serves on the Membership and Development Committee.
He has published several times on REP's behalf:
Amos Fortune Forum
www.amosfortune.com, 10 July 2009 [cached]
Edward R. (TED) Leach
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Climate change will be the focus of this talk as former Monadnock Ledger publisher Ted Leach addresses this timely topic from an environmental, political and journalistic perspective.
How does a newspaper publisher land in the middle of the climate change discussion? Almost three decades ago, one of the largest solar panels in New England was located in downtown Peterborough, New Hampshire, hanging on the back of the Monadnock Ledger Building. After acquiring the building, the old Peterborough Baptist Church, one of Ted's first tasks was to attack fixed costs. "It had nothing to do with climate change," says Leach, "it was all about dollars. Installing the solar panel and a large wood stove saw the Ledger's fuel oil usage plummet from 1780 gallons per year to 76 gallons.
As Leach Newspapers, Inc. continued to expand with newspapers in South Carolina and Nantucket Island, so did the appearance of more environmentally related stories. State, regional and national awards for environmental reporting began pouring into the newspaper family, and Ted's "MO" as a desktop environmentalist was given shape. When not in the editor's chair, Ted squeezed in five years at the Harvard Extension School where he followed a curriculum focused on environmental management. When he formed the New England Marionette Opera in Peterborough in 1992, he launched a unique program called Environmental Echo. Each performance began with a short multi-media moment during which the audience was informed that a portion of all ticket sales was being directed to two environmental organizations, Defenders of Wildlife in Washington, D.C. and the Harris Center for Conservation Education in Hancock.
In 2000 Leach was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives and was the author of the amendment that became the first four-pollutant bill in the nation, a recognition that carbon dioxide emissions need to be brought under control. He was Chairman of the Clean Air subcommittee and he was the founder of the bipartisan Environmental Caucus.
In 2003 he was asked to become co-chair of The Carbon Coalition, New Hampshire Citizens for a responsible energy policy.
As for that solar panel on the back of the Ledger Building, it was destroyed when the building burned on New Year's Day, 1999. It has been replaced by a large solar hot water system on Ted's house in Hancock. "This decision had both a financial and climate component," says Ted.
Fine Marionettes and Marionette Kits
www.marionettes.com, 15 Mar 2005 [cached]
We are forever grateful to Ted Leach, founder and director of the New England Marionette Opera, for his gift to us of the name 'marionettes.com' .
Board of Trustees « Harris Center for Conservation Education
www.harriscenter.org, 3 Oct 2013 [cached]
Ted Leach Ted Leach of Hancock, board chair. Ted was born in New York, raised in Illinois, and attended the University of Tulsa, its College of Law and Harvard University. He served as administrative assistant to Oklahoma Governor Dewey F. Bartlett. He was executive editor of Pipeline and Gas Journal in Dallas. Ted founded Leach Newspapers, Inc. in 1979 when he acquired the Monadnock Ledger in Peterborough, N.H. The company then purchased newspapers in South Carolina and Nantucket, MA. He also created America's first and only opera company performed entirely by string-operated marionettes - The New England Marionette Opera (www.marionettes.org). Ted was elected to the N.H. House of Representatives in 2000 and founded the Legislature's Environmental Caucus. In 2003, he became co-chair of the Carbon Coalition, a non-partisan, non-profit group of New Hampshire citizens who advocate for a responsible energy policy. Ted lives with his wife Beverly on Powdermill Pond in Hancock. He has two grown children, both Wol's Nest alums, who live in California and New Mexico.
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