Windham, NH- Americans for Prosperity (AFP), The New Hampshire Advantage Coalition (NHAC), The NH Tea Party Coalition, 912 Liberty Alliance, Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers (CNHT), Cornerstone Policy Research (CPR), Concerned Women of America - New Hampshire (CWA), the GraniteGok, Granite State Taxpayers (GST), STEWARDS of Prosperity, New Hampshire Right to Life (NHRTL), New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women (NHFRW), New Hampshire Liberty Alliance (NHLA), Republican Liberty Caucus and the 912 activists are pleased to announce that Congressman Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) accepted their invitation to join former U.S. Senator Gordon Humphrey as the keynote speakers at the 'tea party' rally on April 15, 2010 at 5:30 PM — dusk in Victory Park, Manchester. Admission is free.
“Congressman McCotter is a strong voice in Congress for conservative principals, smaller government and lower taxes,” stated Corey R. Lewandowski, State Director of AFP New Hampshire. “I am certain the hard working people of New Hampshire will look forward to hearing from an elected official who brings common sense leadership and fiscal responsibility to Washington,” Lewandowski continued.
Chairman of the New Hampshire Advantage Coalition (NHAC) and former State Senator George Lovejoy said, “We are happy to have a strong fiscal conservative like Congressman McCotter come to speak at our event.”
Congressman McCotter was elected to Congress in 2002 and currently represents the 11th Congressional District of Michigan which includes the citizens of Western Oakland and Western Wayne Counties. He has steadfastly supported winning the War for Freedom and increasing our homeland security; tirelessly fought to reduce taxes and the size and scope of government and bring fiscal responsibility back to Washington, DC. Congressman McCotter was elected by his colleagues in 2006 to serve as Chairman of the Republican House Policy Committee, a leadership position once held by Vice President Dick Cheney. He is a member of the House Financial Services Committee, where he serves on the Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises and the Housing and Community Opportunity subcommittees.
For more information, and to register for this event, please visit http://www.afphq.org/new-hampshire-tax-day-tea-party.