New Hampshire Advantage Coalition Announces Opening of Two New Chapters

Manchester , NH - The New Hampshire Advantage Coalition, who has been increasingly busy fighting Governor Lynch’s proposed constitutional amendment, CACR18, and runaway spending in Concord, announced today the establishment of its new Manchester and Senate District Five Chapters, the first two of what will be many local chapters though out the state.

Manchester ’s Karl Beisel will head the NHAC Chapter for the Queen City. A resident of Ward 1, Karl played a key role in proposing a spending cap for Manchester in the last city election cycle. Active with the Concerned Taxpayers of Manchester, Karl has in depth knowledge of Manchester issues and will continue to focus on tax issues that effect the city of Manchester and the impact of fiscal policies in Concord it's residents.

Known for her work in the Citizens for Reasonable And Fair Taxes, Cathy Peschke will now be Chair of NHAC’s Senate District Five chapter where she will organize and watch with area residents those state policy proposals that could help or hurt the bottom line for the district and the state.

“We welcome these industrious individuals to the New Hampshire Advantage Coalition,” said Mike Biundo upon making the announcement. “Karl and Cathy will be close to the people in their neighborhoods and districts and will work to promote and protect the economic advantages that have made New Hampshire such a gem in New England. We are happy to have them heading up such important positions in our organization.”

NHAC is a bi-partisan, NH-based organization formed to preserve the economic and political blessings that make the state an attractive place to live and work.

For more information on these new chapters and the NHAC, please contact Executive Director Tammy Simmons at 235-9998, or visit the website at: