Citizens For A Strong NH - E-Newsletter: Employer Mandate, protests, and more...


Heavy Online Ad Buy: Discussing Jeanne Shaheen and the employer mandate


As reported in the NHJournal on Wednesday, we launched a heavy, statewide, online advertisement buy this week, focusing on Senator Jeanne Shaheen and the negative effects of Obamacare's employer mandate. 

Last year, the Obama Administration announced it would delay the employer mandate portion of Obamacare until 2015. That decision was made shortly after we released our first television spot on Jeanne Shaheen titled, "What to Cut," back in June of 2013.


As we approach 2015, the Obama Administration still plans to move forward with enacting the mandate, and Shaheen has been silent on the issue. She has not asked for the delay to be extended or for a full repeal of the employer mandate.


The advertisements will alternate between the organization's new spot titled, "Extra Time," and the spot from last year titled, "What to Cut."

Read more in our full media release by clicking HERE.



Protests: Holding our elected officials accountable

Throughout the week, our volunteers have been busy holding Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Governor Maggie Hassan, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, and Congresswoman Annie Kuster accountable for hiding from their constituents at protests around the state.


Over the past couple of years, the four aforementioned elected officials have made it a point to avoid public town hall meetings, or other forums, where average Granite Staters could discuss the important issues facing our state and country.  


If you are interested in joining them for other visibility events next week, please email for more information.




No response: Governor Maggie Hassan won't say whether she still supports President Obama

On Friday, we caught up with Governor Maggie Hassan.

While Governor Hassan has been a strong supporter of President Obama's liberal policies, when asked, she would not answer whether she voted for President Obama or whether she still supports his failed agenda.

Click HERE to watch the video. 

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