NASHUA-Jennifer Horn, candidate for Congress, released the following statement on the results of yesterday's Second Congressional District Republican primary:

"I have met with Charlie Bass today and congratulated him on his win. As I have said many times over the past year, Charlie Bass is a good man and my respect for Charlie is deep and my affection for him genuine."  

Horn continued, "I will spend the next seven weeks doing everything in my power to make sure that lifetime lobbyist Ann Kuster does not become the next Congressman from the Second District.  After spending her entire career protecting the special interests, she can never be trusted to be a voice for the people of New Hampshire."

"I also want to thank everyone who supported my campaign through your time, money, and prayers.  I am forever grateful for your willingness and courage to stand with me throughout this race and the love and friendships gained on the campaign trail will never be forgotten."



Jennifer Horn is a former columnist for the Sunday edition of The Telegraph and was the host of "On The Air With Jennifer Horn", a daily 2 hour current events talk radio show.  As host of the show, Jennifer Horn won three New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters Golden Mike Awards: including First Place for Radio Feature (a special on the homecoming of Bravo Company in 2006) and a second place for Radio Documentary (Special Report: Illegal Immigration in America).

Jennifer Horn has spent a lifetime involved in her community - volunteering for the first time at her local hospital at the age of 18.  

    Inspired by herØ cousin's decade long struggle with Breast Cancer, Jennifer Horn has been actively involved in supporting Breast Cancer research and support groups through the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, completing five 60-mile walks and two 40-mile walks.  Jennifer Horn has organized teams of walkers and wrote a book, Hope Is A Walking Dream, donating all proceeds to Breast Cancer support programs.  

    In 2007, Jennifer HornØ received the Spirit of Hope Award for her work with the Chernobyl Children Project.  Jennifer has been an active volunteer for the project since 1999, including six years as the New Hampshire coordinator, from  2001-2006, growing it from 1 host family hosting two children to as many as 10 host families hosting 20 children - coordinated the efforts of volunteers, creating a coalition of support from a number of faith organizations, coordinating, organizing and hosting major fundraising events, and participating in a 2005 humanitarian trip to Russia, Belarus and Ukraine to visit the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant contamination zone, and visit her host children.

    In July 2007 JenniferØ Horn Co-Chaired the first Operation America Rising New Hampshire support the troops rally in Greely Park, Nashua.  Disturbed by the partisan, politicized tone of the debate surrounding the current conflict in Iraq, Jennifer spear-headed an effort to show non-partisan community support for the men and women of the United States Military.  

  Ø  Jennifer Horn has volunteered for and served on the Board of Directors for Marguerite's Place - an organization that provides transitional housing, education, training and daycare for women and children who need a safe place to live and get their lives back on track.

  Ø  Jennifer Horn volunteered for and served on the Board of Directors for Nashua Police Athletic League, a group that provides extra-curricular athletic opportunities and a community center with a focus on developing friendly relations between the police and the children in the neediest neighborhoods.

Jennifer Horn has 5 children and lives in Nashua with her husband Bill.