Inaugural Year of the Constitution Party of New Hampshire

Celebrating Another Success Story (Here’s how to do it)

Written By: Megan Schmitt, State Secretary

On the evening of March 1st, 2023, during a regularly scheduled Constitution party informational Zoom call, the question was raised… how serious are we?

By the end of the call, New Hampshire officially had its five State Officers. Though not necessary, we set a goal to be organized in time for the 2023 Spring National Committee Meeting, which was just seven weeks later. We met as often as possible to discuss different aspects, made trips to the bank for signatures, had discussions with local officials, etc. After many revisions (and a 13 hour in-person working session), our biggest hurdle (bylaws) was completed.

We even celebrated our second vice-chair, Edmond Laplante, being elected to his local school board!


April 16th at the historic 1838 Hope in Christ Church in Chichester, we held our first State Conference. This meeting included introductions, a rundown of the ground-up organization, a speech from the Eastern States Regional Chairman, Dave Kopacz, membership sign ups and voting. The Bylaws were accepted, and three National Committee members were elected. The following week, the bank account was finalized, and we were officially off to St. Louis!




After returning to New Hampshire, we got to work creating newsletters and trying to get our name out there. We walked in a few parades, set up a table at the Sean Feucht Kingdom to the Capitol concert, started attending John Birch Society events to network, and took as many constitutional classes as we could – some officers even became trained coaches! We also invited Caleb Collier from WA for a quick overnight speaking engagement.



As we entered fall/winter, we began focusing more on our committees – participated in a Constitution Day event, began hosting county meetings and preparedness potlucks, even planned a January 6th convoy and screening of J6: A True Timeline.

As we close out our first year, a few new members have joined, created a how-to guide for tracking legislation and how to submit testimony online as well as in-person, we met with the Secretary of State and discussed ballot access, working on constitutional awards for our state representatives, and brainstorming new advertising methods!


Our second annual state conference will take place in March.  We are so excited to continue this journey with the Constitution Party and see what 2024 will hold!

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Questions or Comments? Contact Donna Ivanovich, Assistant to the National Chairman