Makes stops in Derry, Laconia, and Rochester to discuss his ‘GRANITE’ job recovery plan
(Manchester – October 10, 2012) Following up on a strong debate performance last evening where Frank Guinta clearly stated his commitment to continuing to focus on jobs and the economy, Frank made three stops today. At each one, he unveiled his ‘GRANITE’ jobs recovery plan. He visited Ink Spot in Derry, Thurston Marina in Laconia, and LAARS Heating Systems in Rochester.
Guinta’s “GRANITE” Job Recovery Plan:
Getting Granite Staters Back to Work: Continue personal involvement in New Hampshire by hosting job fairs, meeting with small business owners and taking their needs to Capitol Hill so they can grow the economy.
Reducing Red Tape: Less red tape and less government intrusion; creating the environment for businesses to grow and hire.
An “All of the Above” Energy Approach: Champion a national energy plan that supports more domestic exploration, alternative resources, and projects like the Keystone XL Pipeline, which will put Americans back to work and lower energy costs for Granite State families and small businesses.
New approach to New Hampshire manufacturing jobs: After hosting 3 manufacturing summits, it is clear we need to modernize and develop our local manufacturing strategy. This includes partnering local manufacturers with community colleges and technical schools.
Insist on Stability & Predictability: Pass a federal budget through all branches of the federal government for the first time since 2009 and continue to work to reduce our $16 trillion debt.
Taxes – keeping them low: Keep taxes low and simplify the system by overhauling the U.S. Tax Code to create a level playing field; eliminating loopholes while increasing our global competitiveness with other low-tax nations and fighting for the New Hampshrie advantage.
Expanded entrepreneurial freedom: Unleash the power of New Hampshire job creators to do what they do best: innovate, operate, expand, and hire new employees.
Frank Guinta released the following statement after completing his jobs tour today:
“Too many New Hampshire residents are still unemployed or underemployed. Getting these Granite Staters back to work has been my top priority and will remain as such until everyone who is looking for a good-paying middle-class job, has one.
“In a second term, I look forward to continuing to work in a bipartisan manner on the seven points I outlined today in Derry, Laconia, and Rochester.”