Last night Republicans took the first step in the fight to take back New Hampshire with a convincing House special election victory. With the help of our strong network of grassroots activists, Joe Osgood defeated a tax-and-spend Democrat by 12% in the traditionally liberal city of Claremont.
Joe ran an outstanding race, and his victory proved that voters want more fiscally conservative Republicans in Concord because they understand that Governor Hassan has failed to provide effective fiscal leadership.
We need to keep the momentum going. And we need to continue to build a strong state party that will help elect more Republicans in 2014.
Joe's victory was a good first step but there is a lot more work to be done. We need you to commit your time, resources and effort now in order for us to win in 2014.
New Hampshire Republican State Committee