Five New Hampshire County Officials Join Straight Talk America


Contact: Craig Goldman


Thursday, September 14,2006

ALEXANDRIA , VA - We are pleased to announce five county officials in New Hampshire have signed on as advisors to Straight Talk America on county issues relative to November’s elections.

The officials Joining Straight Talk America include: Cathy Stacey of Salem, President of the New Hampshire Association of Counties; Stuart Trachy of Franklin, Merrimack County Treasurer; David Fredette of Nashua, Hillsborough County Treasurer; Maureen Barrows of Exeter, Rockingham County Commissioner; and Dan St. Hilaire of Concord, Merrimack County Attorney.

“I am excited to become part of the Straight Talk America Team,” Cathy Stacey said. “John McCain has shown tremendous leadership and commitment to doing what is best for the nation at all levels of government.”
Stuart Trachy, who once held the record as the youngest mayor of any city in New Hampshire, said, “John McCain has what it takes to bring people together at a time when the country needs unity. I am proud to be serving as an advisor to his PAC.”

“I am honored to have these five experienced leaders joining Straight Talk America,” Senator McCain said. “Their advice will prove to be a valuable part of our effort to elect more Republicans to County seats this November.”