New political action committee working to elect next Republican Governor of New Hampshire
Concord, NH – Andrew Hemingway filed with the New Hampshire Secretary of State a new political action committee Monday – “4RG” – to help elect a Republican governor this November. Hemingway will serve as Chairman and Treasurer and has two strategic partners, in Manchester and the Seacoast.
4RG is already implementing a voter identification, research, and communications plan.
Hemingway is a conservative activist and past chairman of the Bristol Budget Committee and Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. For his first electoral political campaign, he was a state director and national online communications staffer on Newt Gingrich’s 2012 presidential run. Hemingway is the founder of several successful entrepreneurial ventures, most recently a New Hampshire-based social media platform company. Previously, as co-leader of Stop the LLC Tax, Hemingway organized hundreds of business owners and collected thousands of signatures across the state in opposition to a 13.5% tax supported by former NH Senate Majority Leader and current Democratic candidate for governor, Maggie Hassan. The tax was repealed.
“4RG is my number-one day-to-day project through General Election Day, November 6,” Hemingway says. “4RG will work independently, strategically, and tirelessly to elect the next Republican New Hampshire governor.”
Hemingway will discuss 4RG and the New Hampshire governor’s race on the Jeff Katz Show, Talk 1200, tomorrow (Wednesday) at 7:05 a.m., and in-studio with Brian Tilton on “Bulldog Live!” WTPL 107.7FM Concord Tuesday the 29th at 11:05 a.m.
For more information in the near future, visit www.4RG.org, follow @4RGNH on Twitter, and contact Alex Talcott, Communications Director.