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Mar252014

Guinta For Congress - Granite Staters Continue to Coalesce Around Team Guinta 

Momentum Grows For Team Guinta

As part of Team Guinta’s ongoing March of Endorsements, we are proud to announce the officials, activists and party leaders below will be supportive of our efforts in 2014.

Frank Guinta released the following statement:

"It is an honor to receive the support of these highly respected individuals from across the District. Their knowledge, experience, and commitment to the principles of limited government, low taxes and less spending will be a great resource to the campaign. We share a common purpose; to unite, to build, to move our state and nation forward. We need to repair the middle class, fix the damage caused by Obamacare and rein in Washington's excesses. I look forward to hearing from and working with Granite Staters in the coming months to find solutions to the problems our nation faces."

Honorable Emile D. Beaulieu, Manchester
Honorable Rod Cools, Wakefield
Brett Currier,
Selectman, Gilmanton
Honorable Tom Deblois, Manchester
Joe Foley, Planning Board, Epping
Larry Gagne, State Rep. Manchester
Lou Gargiulo, State Rep Candidate, Hampton Falls
James Golden, NH VFW State Commander, Farmington
George Howard, Former Selectman, Jackson
Josephine Howland, Chair of the Planning Board, Albany
Tom Kaczynski Jr. Vice-President Rochester Concerned Taxpayers Association
Honorable Judith Krahulec, Ward 1 Laconia
Richard LeBlanc,
Selectman, Chester
 Honorable George Lovejoy,
Barrington
Kathleen Maloney, GOP Chair, Ossipee
Honorable Frank McCarthy, Conway
John Mullen, State Rep. Middleton
Steve Schmidt, State Rep. Wolfeboro
Warren Smith, Former Committee Chair, Durham
Kathleen Souza, State Rep. Manchester
Honorable Matt Swank, Manchester
 Carl Thibodeau,
Selectman, Conway
Honorable Bill Tobin, Sanbornton
James Twombly, State Rep. Rochester
Honorable Michael Weeden, Dover

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