Press Releases



NH Senate President Statement on State Employment Numbers

New Hampshire Senate

News Release

Concord, NH – Senate President Chuck Morse, R-Salem, today issued the following statement on the state’s improving employment picture:

“Over the last year more than 8,600 of our residents have found work here in New Hampshire.  This is welcome news not only for our economy but more importantly for the hardworking men and women of this state who are now able to better provide for themselves and their families.

“Yet while our state’s economic indicators remain stronger than national averages, there is still more to be done to encourage economic growth, job creation, and a welcoming business climate.  In order to regain our standing as the strongest economy in the Northeast, and put even more of our friends and neighbors back to work, the Senate remains committed to controlling state spending and returning to the sound fiscal policies that made New Hampshire the best state in the region to start, relocate, or grow a successful business.”

Apr162014 - Who’s watching me!




Who’s watching me? Police took photos of my license plates

The police know exactly where my car has been — and when — during the past few months. They could have the same information — or more — about you.

Raid and shoot: This ain’t your grandpa’s PD
It’s a commercial that’s been playing across New Mexico for weeks now: A 30-second spot encouraging people to apply to the Hobbs Police Department, offering high pay and good benefits. But the images in the commercial has some wondering what kind of image the booming oil patch town of 43,000 is actually showcasing.


NH Energy Forum - Free Energy Today Lunch at State House 

Don't Miss This Fun Lunch
and Springtime Energy Event!

You MUST register to attend so go to NH Energy Forum for details now, sign up and you'll have a chance to win one of 3 iPads at the event.
Welcome to SPRING!


John Lyons
NH Energy Forum


Testerman For US Senate - Fire the Liars 

TAX DAY, April 15, 2014

Dear friend, 
Tax Filing Day is Here! 
Are you feeling the pinch?  Your money isn't going as far as it used to?  The more taxes you pay the less freedom you have.  But...
Washington keeps reaching into our pockets and taking away money and giving it to someone else.  The NH GOP exposes the lies!  
Shaheen's Tax Day Burden
Shaheen's Tax Day Burden
If you are tired of being bullied by the Washington Bureaucrats, it's time to Fire the Liars.  Join the Testerman for Senate Team!  Stop feeding the beast and send someone who will stop the spending!
Today, you can help Take Back America:
  1. Make a donation of $20 NOW
  2. Share the link to our website and ask your family and friends.
  3. Sign up to volunteer.  
Speaking to the Contoocook Valley Republican Committee
Deering Town Hall
762 Deering Center Road 
Contact: JP Marzullo (603) 660-1403
APRIL 16, 7 PM:  
Speaking to the Souhegan Valley Tea Party
Wadleigh Memorial Library, 
Rt 101a
Contact: Jim Kofalt (603) 654-2831
MAY 6, at 7:30 PM - Join me in attending.
Explore the importance of family at the showing of Irreplaceable.
You can buy tickets at the Cinemagic & IMAX in Hooksett NH.

P.S. No more lies.  Send Karen Testerman to the U.S. Senate by donating $20 today or help the campaign

Rubens For US Senate - Jim Rubens Visits Concord on Wednesday 

Below is Jim Rubens' schedule for Wednesday, April 16, 2014:


8:15am- Jim Rubens to record interview at WKXL Radio for "New Hampshire Now" with Chris Ryan and Jeanne Lester.  Segment to air on WKXL 1450AM / 103.9FM at 10:20am and 5:20pm.  WKXL can be heard online at

     37 Redington Road, Concord


8:45am- Jim Rubens attends Education Freedom Rally in front of New Hampshire Supreme Court

     One Charles Doe Drive, Concord

* Press Note: The court will be hearing the case of Duncan v. State of NH at 9:30am.


1:00pm- Jim Rubens visits Lucky's Barber Shop

     50 South State Street, Concord


3:30pm- Jim Rubens meets with homeschoolers

     Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Shop

     70 North Main Street, Concord


5:00pm- Jim Rubens visits The Draft Sports Bar

     67 South Main Street, Concord


6:00pm- Jim Rubens speaks at Merrimack County Republican Committee meeting

     Upham-Walker House

     18 Park Street, Concord