This evening, Kelly will attend the Manchester Chamber of Commerce’s 2010 Annual and Citizen of the Year award and tomorrow will be in Dixville Notch for the Easter Seals Snowmobile Ride-In.
On Saturday, Kelly will attend the Farm and Forest Expo at the Center of New Hampshire.
Over 100 New Hampshire State Representatives Endorse Ayotte
Majority of State Legislators support Former Attorney General for Senate
Yesterday, over 100 of New Hampshire’s Republican State Representatives from across the state collectively endorsed former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte for US Senate.
“I believe Kelly Ayotte is the best candidate to represent our state in the United States Senate,” said Minority Leader Sherm Packard. “As our Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte showed the type of strong leadership that is missing in Washington today, and I am proud to support her campaign.”
“Spending is out of control in Washington, DC. Kelly Ayotte is exactly what New Hampshire needs and will bring fiscal sanity and some much needed common sense back to Washington,” said Representative Neal Kurk.
“As Attorney General, Kelly fought for her principles and as her outstanding record clearly shows, she has the integrity and proven leadership to continue that fight on behalf of all Granite Staters as our next Senator,” said Representative Beverly Rodeschin.
Read the complete endorsement list here.
Ayotte Airs First Ad of Campaign
Radio ad highlights Ayotte’s service as Attorney General and Need For Fiscal Sanity
This morning, Kelly announced she was launching her first round of advertising in her campaign for the United States Senate. The radio ad radio entitled “Strong” begins airing statewide today.
The ad highlights Kelly’s service to New Hampshire as Attorney General and her belief in the need for fiscal responsibility in Washington.
For audio, please visit our website here.
Ayotte Interview On Fox’s The Strategy Room
This week, Kelly appeared on Fox’s The Strategy Room and discussed the reason’s she’s running for Senate, including the need for fiscal reform in Washington and the importance of trying terrorists in military tribunals.
Listen to the complete interview here.