As US Adds 162,000 Jobs in March, Kelly Ayotte Still Silent on Plan to Put Granite State to Work
CONCORD - As news broke that the US economy added 162,000 jobs in March, Republican senate candidate Kelly Ayotte still refused to offer the Granite State one new idea for creating one new job in New Hampshire, focusing instead on getting herself a job in the US Senate. Thus far on the campaign trail, Ayotte has been silent on a jobs plan of her own, resorting to recycled Republican talking points and the failed economic policies of George W. Bush.
"It's clear that the only job Kelly Ayotte cares about is her own," said Emily Browne, Press Secretary for the New Hampshire Democratic Party. "Instead of spending her time coming up with solutions to get New Hampshire back to work, she's spending her time focused on one thing - getting herself a job in the US Senate. She's too busy saying anything to win a competitive Republican primary to put forward one new idea to create jobs for middle-class families."
Earlier this week, the New Hampshire Democratic Party released the real Kelly Ayotte jobs plan on her behalf: www.ayottejobsplan.com.