Bob Giuda For Congress Newsletter

Our team continues to grow, with more businesses, elected officials, and most importantly, citizens joining our campaign every day. I was interviewed on Ed Naile's Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers (CNHT) radio show on Thursday, March 4. You can listen to the interview at

I am honored to be the lead-in speaker to keynote speaker Judge Andrew Napolitano (Fox News) at the Liberty Alliance Dinner on Friday evening, March 19th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua. Get tickets and information about this important liberty event at

National Priorities

The single major issue facing our nation is creating new private sector jobs. Government can't do it, because government is the problem! It is government waste, fraud and mismanagement that have produced the severe threats facing our country: financial insolvency, energy dependency and foreign entanglements. We cannot continue to borrow 55 cents of every dollar spent by the federal government. We cannot continue to send hundreds of billions to OPEC. And we cannot continue to use 20th century methods to address the global crises of the 21st century. 

What Can You Do?

I encourage you visit our website at and sign up on Facebook and/or Twitter. These provide an easy way to keep in touch with what's happening with the campaign, including my campaign events and appearances.

I am also asking you to contribute financially so we can continue to spread our message of smaller government, fiscal responsibility and personal freedom. No donation is too small, and every dollar enables us to keep up our fight to do the right thing for our state and our nation. I need your help to win in the September primary election, and again in November. You can donate directly through the website, or by mailing a check to:

Bob Giuda for Congress
26 South Main St., PMB #149
Concord, NH 03301 
(Please include the name of your employer and your job title.)

Thanks for your continuing help and support.

Yours in freedom,

Bob Giuda
Candidate for Congress, 2nd CD, NH