- Before every vote I will ask: is this Constitutional, is it right for New Hampshire, is it right for American?
- I will read the bill.
- I will listen to you.
- I will be a loud, principled voice for New Hampshire.
- I will not back down.
Horn in the 2nd: An independent Republican
In New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional District, Republican and independent voters are looking for a candidate who will be a dependable, independent voice -- and vote -- for limited government, lower spending and a growth-friendly tax policy. That candidate is Jennifer Horn.
In this "year of the outsider," Horn is the candidate who truly embodies what voters say they are looking for. She is a fiscal conservative (also solid on social issues) who has never held elective office, but has paid close attention to local, state and national politics for years.
Speaking of the people, she says, "I think what they want is a Congress that listens to them." She has three basic tests for judging legislation in Congress: "Is it constitutional? Is it right for New Hampshire? Is it right for America?"Without coaching from high-paid political consultants, Jennifer Horn manages to take the right stands. That's because she's a real conservative who instinctively distrusts Washington and politicians, and understands that more often than not Washington's ruling class works against, not for, the people.
She also has no love for Republican Party leaders of the recent past.
"The weakness of the past Republican message is that they wanted to talk about tax cuts without spending cuts," she says.
A charming trait of Jennifer Horn's is that she criticizes her own party almost as much as she does the Democrats, and she was doing that years before the Tea Party movement arose. She is no GOP apologist, and her vote will never be controlled by party bosses.
Voters looking for that kind of independence and commitment to limited government should vote for Jennifer Horn in the Sept. 14 primary. She's the best choice.