Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Kitchen Table Talks Tour Continues in Wakefield

Guinta Hears from Granite Staters in Wakefield

MANCHESTER – Frank Guinta joined a group of Granite Staters at a Kitchen Table Talks tour stop in Wakefield last night to talk about issues that need to be on the table in Congress.

At a gathering at a Wakefield home last night for the third stop on his Kitchen Table Talks tour, Guinta discussed the Ebola crisis, ObamaCare, and the economy with about a dozen folks.

Guinta made his first two stops of the tour in Merrimack and Rochester over the past two weeks and will continue this initiative throughout the First Congressional District as he discusses his top priority of rejuvenating the economy and getting the middle-class back to work.

Frank Guinta released the following statement:


"I had a great time last night meeting with some wonderful people and working through some of their ideas to bring some semblance of sanity into the national conversation.  At a time with so many challenges at home and abroad, it is disheartening that Congresswoman Shea-Porter continues to duck, dodge and delay any opportunity to speak with a Granite Stater or lay out any sort of plan to deal with these issues.  I look forward to continuing this tour around the district."