Hynes resigns ownership interest in NH Journal, forms PAC to help Brown

Patrick Hynes of Laconia said Friday he resigned his ownership interest in the New Hampshire Journal more than a month ago before filing a new political action committee called Independent Leadership for New Hampshire.

 

The PAC is designed to help Republican Scott Brown get elected to the U.S. Senate.

 

Hynes, a co-founder of the site in 2010, said he “resigned my shares to” fellow Journal owner Paul Young on April 28.

 

“At that time, I ceased to be an owner of New Hampshire Journal,” Hynes said in a statement.

 

He filed the PAC with the Federal Election Commission the following day, April 29.

 

“Because I am going to be involved in partisan political activity this election cycle, the New Hampshire Journal board of directors determined it would be best for all involved that I no longer have an ownership stake,” he said.

 

Hynes’ resignation as an owner means he also is no longer a member of the board of directors of the web site.

 

Journal News Editor John DiStaso said the web site is continuing its effort that has transformed New Hampshire Journal into a viable source for unbiased breaking political news and analysis, as well as for opinion from all sides of the political spectrum.

 

 

Author: Staff Reporter

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