Dover rep. feels threatened by gun raffle
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State Rep. Sherry Frost feels she was the intended target of a raffle of a .22 caliber rifle called “The Cherry Frost,” though one person associated with the raffle has said she was not.
The raffle prize is a Smith & Wesson painted white with red cherries on it. It was shown on a table at the fifth annual Second Amendment rally hosted by the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire at the Statehouse in Concord. The gun was billed as a “one-of-kind collector’s item.”
Frost, an outspoken Dover Democrat, feels it was a thinly veiled threat against her. She said she was “horrified and bemused,” when she learned about the raffle on Tuesday from fellow legislator Rep. Timothy Horrigan, D-Durham.