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Liberty Dinner, May 20

The NH GOP held the 1st Annual Liberty Dinner Monday night at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord featuring special guests US Senator Rand Paul and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus. The Honorable Laurie Pettengill, of Bartlett, wears the button of the Granite State Liberty PAC and other adornment suggesting the Republican faithful's desire to return to party roots and commitments. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
State Sen. Jeb Bradley, left, and Republican National Committeeman Steve Duprey, right, pose with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus before Monday night's Liberty Dinner in Concord Monday night. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
John Aranosian, left, and Lloyd Graves, right, pose with former long serving Executive Councilor Ruth Griffin, of Portsmouth. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
NH State Rep. Warren Groen poses with the Honorable Jim Rubens at the conference center prior to the Monday evening Liberty Dinner. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
NH State Sen. Jeb Bradley poses in the Grappone Conference Center hallway with Leann Moccia, Seacoast Republican Women's President and Liberty Dinner volunteer. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Hollie Ketterer and Dr. William Ketterer, of Lyme pose with Kate and Jason Schackai, of Wentworth, near the dais at the 1st Annual Liberty Dinner held at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord by the NH Repulican Committee Monday night. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
David McConville, of Amherst, and David Ward, of Stratham, talk at the Republican Monday night gala. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus talks with David Cuzzi at the start of the event Monday night. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
NH State Representative from Londonderry Al Baldasaro, Judy Seppala and NH State Representative from Goffstown John Hikel pose prior to dinner Monday night. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Enoch Nappen, a resident of New Jersey with vacation property here in NH, talks with Billy Coffey, a transplant to NH from the state of Kentucky. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)