Guinta Hears from Granite Staters in Merrimack
MANCHESTER - Frank Guinta joined a group of Granite Staters gathered at a home in Merrimack for the first of many "Kitchen Table Talks".
As the title suggests, the idea behind this is to talk about the issues middle class families discuss at home, to hear directly from people who may feel their questions remain unanswered in today's soundbite driven political climate. Guinta fielded questions from about fifteen folks on topics spanning education, the economy, energy costs, foreign policy and health care.
Frank Guinta released the following statement:
"These Kitchen Table Talks offer us the opportunity to delve deeply into issues and discuss solutions on how to get the middle class back the work, the need for an all-of-the-above energy policy, and a sensible replacement for ObamaCare. It is imperative for a representative to be engaged, ask questions, seek and gather input. Congresswoman Shea-Porter's stunning refusal to speak with Granite Staters given the challenges our nation faces at home and abroad is astonishing. I look forward to continuing these Talks around the district and laying out solutions to the problems we face."