Ayotte For US Senate - Kelly's Campaign Bulletin - October 28, 2010

It’s all hands on deck at Team Ayotte. With just five days until the election, Kelly’s amazing volunteers are taking to the phones and the streets to turn out the vote for her.

We’ll cut to the chase: Kelly needs your help right now. The future of our country is at stake. We can either continue down Paul Hodes’ path to higher deficits and higher taxes. Or we can bring New Hampshire common sense to Washington by sending Kelly to the U.S. Senate.

We can’t win without your help. Whether it’s making phone calls to supporters or going door-to-door, Kelly needs every possible supporter to volunteer during these closing days.

Join Kelly in her fight and sign up NOW!

Cheer on Kelly

Please join us THIS AFTERNOON for a supporter rally and debate-watching party as we cheer on Kelly prior to her final debate with Paul Hodes.

Rally For Kelly
TODAY -- Thursday the 28th at 4:00 PM
St. Anselm College
Entrance - Institute of Politics
100 St. Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102

After the rally, please join us for a Debate Watching Party! Kelly will stop by after the debate to thank her tremendous grassroots team for all their hard work.

6:30 - 9:00 PM
Wings Your Way
1181 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03104

To RSVP please send an email message to RSVP@ayotteforsenate.com or call our headquarters at 232-1162.

For those watching from home/online, the WMUR / Union Leader Debate will air live at 7:00 PM and be streamed live on WMUR.com and UnionLeader.com.

Kelly Makes The Closing Pitch

Today, Kelly’s final ad of the campaign will hit the airwaves. It’s called “Simple Truths,” and the spot highlights once again the clear choice in this election. As one of Kelly’s top supporters, we wanted you to be one of the first to see the new ad.

More Newspaper Endorsements For Kelly

Kelly was honored to receive two more newspaper endorsements this week (last week she was endorsed by the Union Leader).

In recommending Kelly, the Eagle-Tribune wrote, “The best choice for the state is Republican Kelly Ayotte, the former attorney general. She has committed to oppose an agenda still being pushed by President Obama and the Democratic Congress that, if unchecked, will bankrupt the nation.”

And Foster’s Daily Democrat editorialized, “In order to reconnect with Washington, New Hampshire voters need to consider a candidate for U.S. Senate that is one of their own. That candidate is Kelly Ayotte.”