Nashua, NH— The third in a series of Presidential Candidate forums will take place next week featuring Former Pennsylvania US Senator Rick Santorum. The event is hosted by We the People, an organization founded by former 2nd District Congressional Nominee Jennifer Horn. Media wishing to attend may contact Jennifer at number above or respond to this email.
What: Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum Joins We the People for Town Hall Forum to Discuss Economy
When: 7:00pm, Thursday, October 20, 2011
Where: The Yard Restaurant, 1211 South Mammoth Road, Manchester, NH
About Jennifer Horn
Jennifer Horn was the 2008 Republican nominee for Congress in the 2nd District. She was the first woman nominated to federal office by the New Hampshire Republican Party. She has been an award-winning a radio talk show host, a newspaper columnist and small business owner.
Jennifer was recently named the 2011 NAFRW Woman of the Year.
Jennifer has a long record of organizing efforts to support our troops and is active in community organizations that help women& children. In 2007 she was the recipient of the Spirit of Hope Award for her work with the Chernobyl Children Project, USA, inc.
Jennifer is a long-time resident of New Hampshire, where she lives in Nashua with her husband, Bill and their five children.
About We The People:
A First In The Nation Freedom Forum is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the Founding Principles of Freedom, Limited Government, Personal Responsibility and Unlimited Opportunity. We The People believes that our nation is strongest when the people claim their authority over the democratic process and make their voices heard.
We The People seeks to educate and inform the public through Freedom Forums with top level speakers who bring insight and expertise to the issues pertinent to the Founding Principles.
We The People seeks to engage citizens in open conversations about the impact of government on families, businesses and individuals across the country.
We The People seeks to increase awareness and education on specific policies and to advocate on behalf of the citizens of New Hampshire in regard to those policies.
We The People seeks increased citizen engagement in the democratic process by leading advocacy activities and providing citizens with the knowledge and tools necessary to become citizen activists, with a focus on holding elected representatives accountable and to become educated consumers in the marketplace of political candidates.
For more information go to: www.wethepeoplefreedomforum.org.