FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Saturday, August 12, 2006
Contact: Liz Christoffersen
Campaign Manager; 886-1272
HOLLIS , NH --- State Senate candidate Nancy Wall pledged to be a full-time senator working for fiscal restraint and lower taxes at a campaign kick-off event held Friday night at Brookdale Farm in Hollis.
Over one hundred and fifty of Wall’s campaign supporters and guests crowded into a tent with the eight-person rock and roll band “Capitol Offense” from Arkansas. The band is led on bass guitar by Arkansas’ Governor Mike Huckabee who spent the weekend touring the state to help support GOP candidates. Guests included U.S. Senator John E. Sununu, State Senate President Ted Gatsas and Republican State Party Chairman Wayne Semprini.
In her remarks to the enthusiastic crowd of supporters, Wall spoke of her commitment to limited government, low taxes, individual freedom and personal responsibility.
“I believe that New Hampshire is at a crossroads,” said Wall. “We must now choose to continue to insist on a small, citizen-led state government that works to keep our taxes low and interference in our lives at a minimum.”
Wall, a former New Hampshire House member, is running for the District 12 Senate seat. The district includes Mason, Brookline, Hollis and Nashua wards 1, 2, 5, & 9.
“I believe that parents have first and foremost authority over the lives of their children,” Wall said. “I believe that our legislators must find a solution to the problem of education funding and skyrocketing health insurance costs for the self-employed and small businesses. I believe that our un-elected judiciary should follow our state constitution as it is written not as some judges like to re-interpret it. I believe that our legislative branch of government, the branch which determines our tax structure and rates, as intended by the framers of our state constitution, must be both frugal and efficient.”
Wall pledged to work full time in the senate to deliver results that preserve the New Hampshire way of life. Wall is retired from a career in retail and small business ownership and was the General Manager of the Nashua Symphony.