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Aug242013

Citizens Report: Weekly Newsletter 

New Web Video: Democrats Run 

As we have been saying for weeks, with our U.S. Senators and Representatives in Congress at home in their districts during the 'August Recess,' it is their responsibility to hold public town hall meetings.  At these meetings, their constituents should be able to address every issue affecting them and their families, especially the issue of Obamacare, which will have dramatic effects on all Americans.    

Despite protests at their officesarticles in the press, and an editorial in the Nashua Telegraph, Sen. Shaheen, Rep. Shea-Porter, and Rep. Kuster (all vocal supports of Obamacare) have decided that they would rather ignore their constituents on the issue.  

 

As New Hampshire Democrats continue to hide, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire has created and released a web video titled "New Hampshire Democrats Ran Away on Obamacare." 

 

Sen. Shaheen, Rep. Shea-Porter and Rep. Kuster should be ashamed of themselves for continuing to hide from Granite Staters on the issue of Obamacare. While it might be because they are afraid of the ramifications their support for the failing law will have on their political careers, that is no excuse for running away and hiding from their constituents.  

 

As August draws to a close, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire continues to call on the three aforementioned 'representatives' to stop hiding and stop running away from Granite Staters on Obamacare. Our great state deserves better and we ask you to continue contacting their offices to keep up the pressure, too. 

 
 
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What others are saying this week about Shaheen, Shea-Porter, and Kuster hiding from their constituents 

From the NHJournal.com to GraniteGrok.com, other media sources are picking up on Sen. Shaheen, Rep. Shea-Porter, and Rep. Kuster avoiding their constituents during their 'August Recess.' 
 
 

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