Guinta For Congress - On the Trail With Team Guinta!



Earlier this week Team Guinta was proud to announce its 12th straight week of endorsements. For three consecutive months, we released 25 supporters every week bringing the grand total of elected and official town, county, and state officials to 300. You can find the release here.

Our weekly video segment continues with Army Special Forces veteran; State Representative and longtime Guinta supporter Fred Rice. Take a look at what Fred had to say below.

On Saturday, Team Guinta traveled to Wakefield to participate in the Wakefield Pride Day Parade. It was great to see so many friends and supporters come out for this event, and I want to give a special thanks to all the volunteers who marched with us!

From Wakefield, Team Guinta traveled out to the Seacoast to join New Hampshire veterans at the 2nd Annual Veterans Count SOS Gala. It was a wonderful evening spent honoring veterans who served our nation with courage and distinction.

On Sunday I attended the 11th Annual AIPAC Leadership Dinner. We must resolve to maintain support for our friend an ally in the Middle East.

We continued our Economic Recovery Tour on Monday with a visit to the Manchester based manufacturer Electropac. Electropac is a leading independent manufacturer of electronic circuit boards, receiving multiple national and global recognitions for its excellence in quality and productivity. An emerging theme from this tour is the multitude of red tape and layers of bureaucracy businesses are required to work through, this must stop.

Monday night we traveled out to Rochester to visit with the local VFW. Here we disused the crisis at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and my call for Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign. I do not take this position lightly, but this has been an ongoing crisis that the administration has known about for years. Please read the full release here.

On Tuesday we continued our Middle Class Economic Recovery Tour with a visit to Welch Manufacturing. Tucked away on the outskirts of Laconia, Michelle and Glen Welch run one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of highly skilled precision cut metals and composites. Welch manufactures parts critical to the construction of a wide variety of produces from commercial and military aircrafts to golf clubs.

A visit to Spaulding Composites in Rochester accounted for the 4th stop on our Economic Recovery Tour. Spaulding has a rich and deep rooted history within the State, opening its doors over 140 years ago. Today they can count almost 100 employees and a rich tradition of contributing to the community, having the city’s high school named after the Spaulding family. See the full release here.

I look forward to seeing you out on the trail!

Frank Guinta
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