Guinta For Congress - Frank Guinta Announces His Participation in 6 Debates

Commits to ensuring all regions of New Hampshire’s 1st District have the opportunity to hear the differences between the two candidates

(Manchester – August 27, 2012) Frank Guinta has announced he will participate in a half dozen debates or forums around the Granite State. This is double the amount from the 2010 General Election. From the Mt. Washington Valley, to the Seacoast, to the Greater Manchester area, these debates will ensure all voters have the opportunity to hear Frank Guinta’s message of creating jobs, growing our economy, and getting Granite Staters back to work.

The current schedule is as follows:

September 4th – A forum hosted by Riverwoods Retirement Community in Exeter, New Hampshire

September 17th
– A debate hosted by the Business and Industry Association (BIA), New Hampshire Union Leader, NHPR, and NH Public TV at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire

October 9th
– A debate hosted by Comcast, Concord Monitor, Nashua Telegraph, New Hampshire Business Review, and WGIR at New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire

October 18th – A debate hosted by Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council in Conway, New Hampshire

Date TBD – A debate hosted by WBIN-TV, Portsmouth Herald, Concord Monitor, Nashua Telegraph, and AARP at the WBIN-TV Studios in Derry, New Hampshire (Debate will be televised live on WBIN-TV)

October 29th - WMUR-TV and New Hampshire Union Leader’s 1st Congressional Debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire (Debate will be televised live on WMUR-TV)

Frank Guinta released the following statement:

“New Hampshire has a strong tradition of ensuring all Granite Staters have the opportunity to learn where each candidate for public office stands on the important issues facing our country - and I’m looking forward to continuing that practice.

“These six debates will allow us to have a serious discussion about the differences between myself and my opponent on issues such as the wasteful stimulus, our skyrocketing debt and deficit, and how we create jobs and grow our economy.”