RNC - ICYMI: Super Saturday in New Hampshire

WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee (RNC) on Saturday in conjunction with the New Hampshire Republican State Committee and the Romney for President campaign opened five more Victory Offices in New Hampshire, bringing the total to eight. The offices will coordinate the grassroots operations for Governor Mitt Romney and the Republican ticket leading up to the November election. It coincided with the first Super Saturday across the nation as well, and our organizational muscle was flexed throughout the Granite State. The RNC will work hand-in-hand with the Republican Party of New Hampshire and Mitt Romney for President to ensure that Governor Romney defeats President Barack Obama in November and all Republicans on the ticket are successful on Election Day.

"President Obama has failed to live up to his promises on the economy and the skyrocketing national debt and we cannot afford another four years of his failed leadership," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. "While the President continues to run away from his record, we are committed to bringing our message of putting job creation and fiscal responsibility first to voters across New Hampshire through the Victory Program."

"We are very excited to launch the next phase of our 2012 Victory operation in New Hampshire," said New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Wayne MacDonald. "With the opening of five new Victory offices, the excitement continues to grow with our hundreds of supporters and volunteers as they expand our Get Out The Vote operation throughout the state talking to voters and taking to the pavement knocking on doors."