AFPNH - Unions Getting Riled Up over Right-to-Work Vote


I am writing you to ask that you take action on several key items to ensure and advance economic prosperity in New Hampshire in the coming weeks!

First, I hope you will attend the historic Right-To-Work rally and reception at the Statehouse in Concord on Wednesday, November 30, at 8:00 AM. The House may choose to override the Right-to-Work veto this day.

As expected, the unions are planning to show up in massive numbers on November 30 as well. Please plan to be at the Statehouse on November 30 and show your support for New Hampshire workers!

We will meet in the Basement Cafeteria of the Statehouse for FREE Food and Coffee. 

CLICK HERE for additional details.

In order to ensure an accurate attendance count for the reception and rally, please email Joy King to register for this historic event.

I will be talking about the Right-To-Work Rally and other legislative issues at the Merrimack County Republican Meeting on Monday, November 28 at The Draft at 6PM. I hope you will find time to join us at The Draft.

Additionally, as you may have read in a recent Bloomberg piece, while New Hampshire is doing better than most of the country, we are lagging behind some other New England states, including Massachusetts, Vermont and Rhode Island, with regard to economic recovery.

The numbers released in this piece demonstrate the very real need for New Hampshire to continue to work to create an economic climate that competes with other states. The Right-To-Work veto override and possible expanded gambling bill are just two recent examples of ways we can accomplish this goal and maintain New Hampshire’s position as a leader in New England.

As you may know, Governor Patrick did sign into law the Massachusetts bill legalizing casinos in Massachusetts this week. Our legislators in Concord are expected to debate an expanded gambling bill for New Hampshire next year.

Finally, please make note of several programs encouraging you to patronize our local businesses this weekend. On Friday, November 25, many retailers are encouraging customers to wear plaid and shop locally in response to the traditional Black Friday events. This will be followed by the second annual Small Business Saturday on November 26. Please check out these events and keep our small business owners in mind as you begin your holiday shopping.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving with their family and friends and know that I appreciate all of your support of our efforts at AFP-NH!


Corey R. Lewandowski
State Director
Americans for Prosperity New Hampshire

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