"Although we have accomplished a lot in this past year and a half,
there is still much to be done."
(Manchester – June 13, 2012) Early this afternoon, Congressman Frank Guinta filed for reelection at the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s Office in Concord. He is now officially a candidate for Congress in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District.
As a strong showing of support from Granite Staters, he submitted the necessary number of ballot petitions to the Secretary of State’s Office. Guinta’s official filing follows up on his Team Guinta 2012 Campaign Kick-Off and Office Opening on Monday with over 200 enthusiastic supporters from across the district.
Guinta released the following statement:
“Less than two years ago, I was sent to Washington to focus on the most pressing issue facing our country; middle-class job creation. And throughout my first term, that has remained my highest priority. Whether it is the dozens of bi-partisan jobs bills I’ve fought for in Congress or the several job fairs and other career initiatives I have hosted right here in New Hampshire, Granite Staters know that I will not rest until everyone in our state who is looking for a good paying middle-class job, has one.
“Although we have accomplished a lot in this past year and a half, there is still much to be done. I look forward to working with the hundreds of Granite Staters who have joined me in recent days in support of my candidacy. Together, we will work to earn the privilege to represent the First District for two more years.”