NH GOP - Republicans are Surging and Your Voice is Being Heard!

First, I would like to congratulate Scott Brown on his amazing victory in the Massachusetts United States Senate special election. Scott’s election is just another indication that voters are fed up with the Democrats’ reckless, big government, tax and spend agenda. Across the country, people are outraged by the arrogance and irresponsibility displayed by the Democrats in Washington and they are ready to help the Republican Party clean house in 2010.

Unfortunately, New Hampshire Democrats are still not listening. 

Governor Lynch and his liberal Democrat leadership in Concord have mismanaged our state and have created record budget deficits while imposing over 40 taxes and fees during a recession. Now they are pushing a 13.5% LLC job-killing income tax that will devastate the small businesses that drive New Hampshire’s economy.

Now we have a chance to send a message to the Democrats in New Hampshire that enough is enough.

On February 16th we have our own very important special election for State Senate in the towns of Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett and Manchester’s wards 1, 2, and 12.

Representative David Boutin is the candidate to best represent this district and ensure common-sense Republican principles of less government, lower taxes and more personal freedoms are restored to our State House.

But we need your help to get our message out and defend ourselves against the desperate attacks from the Democrat Party.  They will do anything to try to slow our momentum and preserve their reckless fiscal agenda by winning this seat. We simply cannot let them succeed.

Please consider contributing as generously as possible today.  No amount is too small and every dollar is critical to ensure we have the money to compete and make sure your voice is heard.  Click here to donate securely online TODAY!

You can help David Boutin by visiting his website, getting involved and contributing directly to his campaign.

Thank you for your continued support.  Together we can make New Hampshire great again!


John H. Sununu