NH GOP Weekly Update

In This Issue

  1. Congressman Guinta: Getting New Hampshire Back to Work is "Job #1"
  2. Chairman MacDonald: Don't let Obama occupy NH 
  3. Congressman Bass and Guinta support Second Amendment Rights
  4. Upcoming Events


Getting Granite Staters back To Work is "Job #1" for
Representative Frank Guinta 



For Representative Frank Guinta, six words sum up his focus: Getting Granite Staters Back to Work.  During his nearly ten months in office, Congressman Guinta has worked hard to help both New Hampshire job creators and unemployed constituents who need good, middle class jobs.

He has hosted three job fairs, including one for military veterans, Armed Services members and their families, the day before Veterans Day.  He has visited dozens of businesses all over the First Congressional District and frequently talks with small business owners to ensure their needs are being addressed on Capitol Hill.

Representative Guinta actively supports legislation that will get government out of the way and give job creators the stability necessary for expanding and hiring new workers.  He serves on the House Budget Committee, and helped craft the first budget to pass the House in two years.  Congressman Guinta has consistently voted to cut federal spending and slow government growth.  He demonstrated that commitment by voting twice to cut the House’s administrative budget by a total of 11.4%.  He has also stood firmly for a Balanced Budget Amendment that will finally force Congress to live within its means, and has worked to lower the debt and deficit by cutting spending.  

As America continues slogging through the worst economy in decades, Congressman Guinta remains committed to fighting for Granite State taxpayers and doing everything he can to return good, middle class jobs to New Hampshire. 


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Chairman MacDonald: Don't let President Obama Occupy New Hampshire 


After avoiding New Hampshire for almost two years, Barack Obama is now planning a swing through our state next week.  What's worse is that he is here to sell you another stimulus plan!  

Our economy continues to struggle, yet President Obama continues to push the same failed policies of more government and more spending in speech, after speech, after speech.  THIS MUST STOP!

Donate $100, $50 or $25 to help us send a message that here in New Hampshire we have had enough!  The only person who should lose his job next year is Barack Obama!  

We've set a goal of raising $2,500 online between today and the President's visit on Tuesday.  Your support is appreciated and will help us tell Barack Obama that he won't be occupying New Hampshire in 2012.  Donate today!


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Congressman Bass and Guinta co-sponsor the bipartisan
National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act (H.R. 822) 

WASHINGTON – Congressman Charlie F. Bass (NH - 02) and Congressman Frank Guinta (NH -01) voted to preserve the Second Amendment rights by supporting a measure to allow convealed firearm permit holders in one state to legally carry a concealed handgun in another state that issues such permits or does not generally prohibit the carrying of concealed firearms.

The bipartisan National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act (H.R. 822) passed the House of Representatives today by a vote of 272 to 154. The measure now awaits action in the Senate. 

Bass, a cosponsor of the legislation said:

"Law-abiding gun owners with valid permits to carry a concealed weapon in one state, like New Hampshire, should have the right to carry their concealed weapon in other concealed carry states. This legislation solves that problem without creating another federal bureaucratic mess. It enhances Americans' right to self defense and protection. And most importantly, it protects our constitutional right to keep and bear arms as we travel across state lines."

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