32 days! That’s how much time we have left until Election Day. I know that with your hard work and continued support, we will be triumphant on November 4th!
FIRST TV AD OF THE GENERAL ELECTION
My wife Morgan and mom Ginny discussed several of the health care challenges our family has overcome. They went on to detail several initiatives I support for working class families. If you haven’t seen it on TV already, you can check it out HERE. If you’re inclined to do so, please share with your friends on Facebook and Twitter!
ON THE TRAIL…
We were once again hard at work on the campaign trail this week, crisscrossing the District and meeting plenty of new faces!
I kicked off Saturday morning in Rochester knocking on doors and meeting voters with my good friend Andrew Hemingway. We were met with a great response; I look forward to getting out there again this weekend!
From there, I made my way over to Manchester where I had a great time showing my support for the 2nd Amendment at the Manchester Gun Show and at the Friends of the NRA Dinner at the Radisson.
The Dover GOP field office opened Monday night and I was there for the ribbon cutting ceremony and to make some phone calls. Voter outreach is crucial to our success and the opening of the office will go a long way toward helping us win this November!
Education is a top issue of mine and I hear about it all the time on the campaign trail. On Tuesday afternoon I was at UNH with my friend and former colleague Congressman Aaron Schock talking to students about how we can reduce student loan debt and make college more affordable.
And on Tuesday night I had a great group of supporters phone-banking at my office for an “Education Night” where we called voters talking about my support for a high-quality education system that works for the middle class and prepares our children for the jobs of the future.
I made the first stop of many “Kitchen Table Talks” on Wednesday night in Merrimack. This initiative will allow us to delve more deeply into important topics and learn first-hand what’s on the minds of families. I had a great time talking to folks on topics spanning education, the economy, energy costs, foreign policy and health care.
I look forward to continuing these Talks around the district and laying out solutions to the problems we face.
VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK: GREG MCCANN
Congrats to Greg McCann of Merrimack for being named volunteer of the week! Greg has been a tremendous asset to the campaign since day one – making phone calls, knocking on doors, spreading the word in his neighborhood, and much more! Greg helps out because, “Granite Staters need a voice in D.C. for the middle class, and Frank will be that voice for us.”
Thank you Greg! If you want to get involved in our campaign and be a Team Guinta volunteer, contact Trevor at 508-826-5135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you on the trail!