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Tuesday
May132014

Guinta For Congress - Middle-Class Economic Tour Coming to a Town near You!

 

Team Guinta is announcing the beginning of a new tour this morning that will focus on jobs, the economy and New Hampshire’s middle-class. This Middle-Class Economic Recovery Tour, will focus on distinct geographic and industry specific portions of New Hampshire’s economy.

Specifically, the Tour will address issues surrounding the potential tax increases on the residents in the Great Bay Coalition, the manufacturing sector, North Country small businesses, job training programs, fishing, tourism and more.

Frank Guinta released the following statement:

“In traveling the District, one of the greatest issues of concern on people’s minds is the current state of our stagnant economy. New Hampshire’s workforce is filled with smart, talented, and dynamic innovators who want to grow their businesses, and hire capable Granite Staters. The toxic mix of overspending, overregulating, and underappreciating the American worker is destroying any chance at a true economic recovery. Throughout this tour, I will look to listen to Granite Staters and small business owners to identify and put forth solutions to the job crisis we are facing.”

Stops on Team Guinta’s Middle-Class Economic Recovery Tour include, but are not limited to, the following:

Great Bay Estuary: Tour of Rochester’s Wastewater Treatment Plant
Welch Manufacturing Technologies: Laconia
Spaulding Composites: Rochester
Electropac Co: Manchester
Foss Manufacturing: Hampton
Auto and Truck Recycling Association of New Hampshire
Keller Williams Realty: Bedford
Small Business Downtown Walk with Carolyn Brown: Conway
Small Business Downtown Walk with Luke Freudenberg: Wolfeboro
Lakes Region Community College Workforce Development: Laconia
Great Bay Community College Business and Training Center: Portsmouth
Tour of Gunstock Mountain Resort: Gilford
Tour of Hampton Beach Boardwalk with John Nyhan: Hampton
Yankee Fisherman’s Cooperative: Seabrook
Lobster Fishing: Portsmouth

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