Who is Aria DiMezzo?


There are rumors that I do not intend to campaign against Eli Rivera. These rumors are not true, and I will be campaigning to win in November.

Aria DiMezzo is one of two candidates for Sheriff of Cheshire County. She has had many encounters with police in her life, and very few of them have been positive. She is the High Priestess of the Reformed Satanic Church, a trans woman, and an anarchist Republican. She is definitely not a socially progress libertarian hijacking the Republican Party. 

Aria is also from the south, where she has seen first-hand the dangers of bigotry, overt and subtle. These biases inform the actions of police in terrifying ways, since they are allowed to “exercise discretion” in which “crimes” to pursue and which to ignore. This leads to a disproportionate targeting of black people and LGBTQ+ people by police, who, like all predators, seek out the weakest prey they can find. Although the struggles of black Americans and LGBTQ+ people throughout history prove that these minorities are far from weak, the fact remains that the social structures that protect straight, cisgendered white people do not extend to other groups. 

Rather than bias training (which police, off the record, admit to laughing off, in the same way that all workers zone out during orientation and training videos), Aria has a different approach: stop enforcing laws against victimless crimes harmless choices. 

Cheshire County is already a sanctuary county for immigrants. Aria stands firmly in support of this, yet it doesn’t go far enough. Why only immigration? If Cheshire County is going to ignore one victimless crime harmless choice, then it should go ahead and ignore them all. 

37 thoughts on “Who is Aria DiMezzo?

  1. Night Ryder says:

    You want to run for sheriff without any law enforcement training. You have been to rehab and unknown if it was successful. You don’t have a college degree and you claim to be some high priestess with some satanic group.

    How do you think you are qualified? You work at a Domino’s pizza and have been written up a couple of times.

    What Disneyland ride are you on right now?

    You did some ridiculous video about bit coin and you know nothing about it. Except from some website that is activist run. You make minimum wage. How can you even think you can tell people how to buy bitcoin when you can’t afford it yourself?

    Get a life.

    1. Errisa says:

      You clearly have no idea why she is doing this. This is partly at least a critique on the general idiocy of the American voter. Take your backwards arse somewhere else please? Or maybe take yourself less seriously and laugh? SMH

    2. Laughingatchuhard says:

      But she won….. bahahahah Oops….

    3. James Hind says:

      @Night Ryder
      I call you out on some things you said.

      Did Trump have any political experience when he stood for US President? Very little. No doubt a candidate will get any law enforcement training after they are elected.

      All this talk about wealth and college degrees being needed for elected positions are so stone age. Wake up and come into the modern world. Real life experience counts for a lot.

      Gender and religion is objectively irrelevant for elections to office.

      Aria DiMezzo has the experience of life to bring to the table. The fact that DiMezzo comes from minority and a working class background is a plus for elected office, as they would better understand and represent the views and needs of the majority of the public they will represent.

    1. David Keelan says:

      It is an awesome article and well written. I would be a liar (and I do not think I am unless I am fooling myself) if I said I agree fully, but I do mostly. Most of all, if I correctly understand the point you are making in your campaign I support you. All in.

  2. Anna says:

    You are a fucking disgrace. I will vote just to not vote for you. Nasty pig

    1. Bob says:

      What’s wrong with you Anna? I’m a lifelong conservative Republican and I ABSOLUTELY support to survive as a Party in this day and age is to emphasize our uncompromising support of free expression, assembly and thought! (This goes hand in hand with our support of governance at the most local level possible).

      ALSO .. the way to both support the police AND police reform is to go to the source: reduce the number of laws that the police are tasked with enforcing! There is always a risk of someone dying when the cops are called .. and 99% of the time is is NOT the fault of the police. Therefore .. can we agree to NOT call the police when someone sells a single cigarette out of the pack that he BOUGHT and OWNS? And the way to not have the police involved is to NOT have it be a law. Cops do not have the freedom to pick and choose the laws they enforce (well, not officially anyway.. and they take a professional risk when they use they use their own, often better, judgement.

      1. Bob says:

        No way to correct a typo on this site .. so I will complete the sentence: I absolutely support this candidate.

  3. Amanda says:

    My wife and I voted for aria ❤️

  4. Joe Biden says:

    Do not let Victory defeat you; why stop now?
    Run against the incumbant and win.
    Why settle for the Lesser Evil ever again?

      1. Bob says:

        aria my only advice is to not insult those who voted for you. I am a conservative Republican from Alabama and I came to this site to find a way to donate to your campaign! I already like you better than Donald Trump and I will likely be forced to vote for him .. as the number of public figures willing to speak what is truly on their mind (however ugly) has fast dwindled. Free expression, debate and assembly “trumps” all other issues if I am forced to choose. I handed out water bottles as refreshments at an early BLM protest and I have now pretty much turned against that movement (but then the percentage of actual black faces in those crowds have also fell off, so I may be in good company. 95% of everyone supported it in the beginning, they worked hard to blow that .. some people just need enemies .. which brings me back to my first line in this comment.

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  6. Jim says:

    Dear Aria,
    Congratulations on your win. I am sorry to hear about your negative experiences with the police. I would like to offer you some food for thought. Your assessment of your victory is, I believe, in error. Consider the following summary and alternative explanation. You claim the system is “a lie, utterly and hopelessly broken” and that the proof of that is that you won the GOP slot in a primary election. I offer this alternative- Several thousand people voted for you because they were Republicans and they figured that whoever the Republican running for office is, you must be more in line with their thinking than a Democrat would be. It’s obvious that you are right in that they didn’t even bother to find out anything about you. That’s bad. But to say that that alone is evidence that the entire system is “utterly broken,” is in my opinion, a conclusion based on flawed logic. At most, the conclusion that one could draw is that thousands of people in your area vote, who spend no time finding out about who is running for the office of Sheriff. To say that this proves that the entire system is bankrupt is ridiculous. I have another bit of food for thought for you as well. I was raised an atheist. I didn’t want to have anything to do with organized religion, Jesus or Christianity. But Jesus (not religion) changed my life. And I submit to you that Jesus loves you, He died for your sins (and mine) and that if you turn to Him, He will give you peace like you have never known, and He will give you an eternal future in Heaven rather than an eternal future in Hell. But it’s your choice.

  7. Apul Madeeq-Aoud says:

    I can hardly argue with any of your points and certainly respect your honesty. But when you say: “Stand with me. Say “screw that.” Secede from the United States. Don’t let the ignorant, uninformed voters in other states determine the people who rule over you.”…

    that too sounds great in principle, but how did that work out in CHAZ/Seattle? I’m a libertarian in theory, but the truth is freedom and peace is a mirage because there are bad people in the world. Sociopaths and psychopaths and opportunists. Enough of them that they will make life a living hell for the majority who just want to live in peace. This is what the warlordism is in failed states like Ethipia, Yemen, Syria, etc. The strongest man owns that region. And I do mean man, there are no warlord women. It’s literally the ballsiest guy who DGAF and is willing to chop heads as necessary to become top dog. Everyone pays allegiance to that guy. And they have regular turf wars between each other.

    And a proper “state” formalizes that with a system of laws, and enforcers of law, and judges of law breakers that are intended to be impartial, fair, and just, but aren’t because they are flawed humans too. But that system is preferable to CHAZ. There’s at least the chance that you CAN vote someone out, if you’re paying attention, and you care, and you were taught that you as a citizen have a civic responsibility to research your candidates for office and choose carefully and wisely. I wish that libertarianism could work, but the reality is that like socialism and communism, human nature is at odds with these ideologies. In the end, some form of “controllable” authoritarianism needs to exist in order to keep the masses of people from descending into total chaos.

    Now that you have won the nomination, may I suggest you think carefully about these things, and take the responsibility seriously. You have graduated from being a transexual satanist freak to the responsibility of a parent, specifically the responsibility of administering justice. One of the highest responsibilities in any society. It’s an honor, a privilege, and a responsibility. Contribute positively, as your faith would want.

    1. Bob says:

      Libertarianism is an organizing theory … not a religion Apul. In other words, it is the default position unless something compels a different decision (in the way that the the default position of Democrats is to assign a responsibility to government unless convinced otherwise). In other words we don’t lose our brain by being Libertarians. Also, don’t read too much into this candidate’s labels .. some of it may be in the trolling spirit of the original “Satanists” of the medieval period who did not really worship the Devil .. they just knew that wearing a cross upside-down really pissed off their Christian conquerors.

  8. James Eppich says:

    How can you be apart of all these groups and be an anarchist? I have heard it said, anarchy isnt a world without rules, but a world where mankind rules themselves. While it’s great there are groups that help others, there are usually doctrine on who and how that happens with groups. And I honestly feel that society has entered a lowest common denominator phase where politicians of all sides promise potential voters policies that don’t help them pick themselves up when they have been disenfranchised or even abused, but policies or rules that knock others down that were never going to for for them in the first place.

  9. Jill Flanagan says:

    Aria, this is really cool. Out of curiousity, what is an anarchist republican?

  10. Leber Stop says:

    Have the good people in this state of New Hampshire lost all common sense? This freak-show is exactly what you deserve if you vote “he / she / it” into the Office of County Sheriff.

  11. Errisa says:

    I believe a bit more in trying to reform the system from the inside, rather than tearing it down, but well done Aria. You are my hero of the month. Anyone trying to tear you down for this excellent deed or your identity are truly backwards people. Wish I could share this with my ex. She’d have laughed her ass off.

  12. Dr. X says:

    Looks like you’re a fucking leftist shithead.
    Have fun with your daddy Satan, idiot.

  13. John on the 3rd Marble says:

    I think the system is really good, with respect to the primaries. Your victory confirms my confidence.

    This is because anyone can run in the Primaries and the 2 parties really don’t control that. This means there’s tremendous opportunity for change in the parties.

    Take for example, Donald Trump, who I voted for. He was a basically a 3rd party candidate who hijacked one of the 2 main parties, neither of which want to do what Trump promised and partially delivered, which is to enforce our immigration laws, protect jobs from leaving the country, wind down our crazy wars, reduce regulations, increase drug price competition, combat political correctness, etc.

    In my 20 years of voting, I’ve never voted for one of the 2 main-party candidates, because neither seemed any good, until Trump came along. I know there are others who are similar to me. This is why the primary system is really great.

    Yes, many people have no idea for whom they’re voting.

    But this is an opportunity, not a problem. We just need to get people to be more informed. Yes, that’s hard to do, but there’s no easy political system that doesn’t depend on the good habits and practices of the citizenry. And it’s never been easier to learn about the candidates, donate to their campaigns, and directly support their campaigns with your free time.

    We have a tremendous opportunity to immensely improve our government, although like Martin Seligman’s dogs, we are presently suffering from “learned helplessness” in a system where the cage door is wide open for us to get free, if we just take more responsibility.

    So, I want to thank you for highlighting a great feature of our political system. My guess is that the majority of informed voters don’t want a sanctuary county for illegal immigrants. And if voters get more involved, then someday the 2 main-party candidates will be against sanctuary cities. Thus, we will win either way, regardless of the outcome of the general election.

  14. Alan says:

    😀 of the world! It’s in the press even in Romania! Cograts sheriff Aria! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Probably the aliens are laughing too!

  15. Alicia says:

    I think it’s wonderful that you are raising awareness to the broken system that has been in place for so long. I wouldn’t say that it’s not so much that the system is completely broken but people just don’t do their research. People always agree with their party even though both parties are right on some things and both parties are wrong on some things. They’re two wings of the same bird.

    I think it’s wonderful that you are raising awareness to the broken system that has been in place for so long. I would say that it’s not so much that the system is completely broken but people just don’t do their research. People always agree with their party even though both parties are right on some things and both parties are wrong on some things. They’re two wings of the same bird.

    I’ve been conservative most of my entire life and I disagree with almost everything you believe in. I am not against trans as I believe you can do whatever you want as an adult as long as you’re not hurting anybody. When I disagree with is how the media and TV is shoving trans down children’s throat’s. I don’t believe that any of this should go towards children but I still think you should do what you want with your life and what makes you happy.

    Thank you for what you’re doing and I love the point that you’re trying to make, I just hope you decide to do the right thing when it comes to protecting your society as sheriff. Thank y
    I’ve been conservative most of my entire life and I disagree with almost everything you believe in. I am not against trans as I believe you can do whatever you want as an adult as long as you’re not hurting anybody. When I disagree with is how the media and TV is shoving trans down children’s throat’s. I don’t believe that any of this should go towards children but I still think you should do what you want with your life and what makes you happy.

    I want to conserve our rights in the Constitution. I want to conserve everybody’s freedoms but I also want to conserve the nuclear family. I think it is the most important thing in America hands-down. 70% of blacks have fatherless homes and it is hurting their community so bad it’s insane. I believe it’s over 90% of black homicides are caused by other blacks there are so many things that are not being reported in the main stream and it’s hurting our country. I disagree with you on Black Lives Matter completely and I think they are a terrorist Organization along with antifa. I don’t think trans and blacks and all of antifa should be lumped in into one big category. Most things that are ruining the trans community is also suicide and mental health. I’m only saying this so you know I completely disagree with most things that you believe in. I believe the cops should not be defunded or disband. I think they need more funding and more money so they can get more training and more tools, so they can protect us the American people in themselves from harm. I’m sorry you’ve had bad encounters with cops I think we all have but most of us have been on the wrong side. Most of us were doing things we were not supposed to be doing or breaking the law. If that is not your case then I’m sorry but I don’t think most people are racist or a bigot‘s or prejudiced against other people that are not like them.

    I was very liberal growing up and I still have liberal viewpoints but I would never consider myself liberal anymore because of the left and what they stand for. I truly hope you are a Republican and hold Republican ideas. I don’t think because you’re trans, Satanist or an anarchist means that you cannot be Republican. That goes along with I don’t think you have to be a Democrat if you’re black or Mexican. I also think you should understand that “Cisgender white people“, Can’t have just as many problems as you. People think that I have white privileged because I’m white. They don’t care that my parents were drug attic’s or that I grew up so poor we didn’t have food. They just say because I’m white I must have privilege and I am automatically going to be able to get an education and get a loan. I think that’s insanity. I don’t know if that’s your position on things or not, but just know cisgender whites are not the problem.

  16. Azoraa says:

    Congrats on your success. This has got me thinking of moving there!

  17. Greenman says:

    Serious questions. How does anarchy play in to being a satanist. As I know from the tenets that enforcing the rule of law if it impedes on another’s freedom is encouraged. But anarchy would encourage chaos and strife for your neighbors. Essentially preventing one from living a life unmolested.

    Vengeance, Not Turning the Other Cheek
    Leaving wrongs unpunished merely encourages miscreants to continue preying on others. Those who do not stand up for themselves end up being trampled.

    This is not, however, an encouragement for misbehavior. Becoming a bully in the name of vengeance is not only dishonest, but it also invites others to bring retribution on you. The same goes for performing illegal actions of retribution: break the law and you yourself become the miscreant that the law should come down on swiftly and harshly.

  18. Wyatt V. Earp says:

    No one person in the Conservative Party backs this ASSHOLE. If this FREAK wins there will be HELL to pay. Get this jerk out of office or we will come up and do it for you.

    1. Frank says:

      Talk about proving her point…

      She isn’t IN office, ya dumbass. She only won the primary. The election hasn’t happened yet.

  19. Tammy says:

    I’m loving this. Thank you. So much. You’re points are sharply valid and the comments posted here show why. Keep going!

  20. Brad Parker says:

    I only wish I lived in Keene so I could vote for you.

    Ignore the haters. I’m sure you will. Everyone knows that if you’re going to spray paint a penis, it’s all about the hairs on the ball sack. It’s jost gotta be done right.

    Don’t stop girl. Be who you are.

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