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Tuesday
Jun102014

Brown For US Senate - CAMPAIGN HOLDS CHESHIRE COUNTY ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING 

KEENE - This evening, the Brown campaign held its first county organizational meeting in Keene, where Gail Huff Brown spoke to a group of supporters about how they can get involved and continue growing grassroots support for the campagn. The meeting was held at the home of Jane Lane, Cheshire County Co-Chair for the Brown Campaign and Co-Chair of the Women for Brown Coalition.  

Former New Hampshire Senate President Tom Eaton, who is also serving as Cheshire County Co-Chair, was in attendance as well.

"We appreciate your support as we grow our grassroots team and spread our message throughout New Hampshire," said Huff.  "Scott understands the every day struggles of working moms and families, and he knows you are watching as the costs of health care and prices at the pump are taking more money out of your paycheck.  With your help, Scott will fight to restore New Hampshire principles and work on commonsense solutions to create better jobs and make sure our children have their shot at the American dream."
 
The Brown campaign is holding three more county organizational meeting this week in Strafford, Belknap, and Coos County. 

"I am honored to be the Cheshire County Chair for the Brown campaign," said Jane Lane. "Scott's candidacy has generated so much enthusiasm in the area, and we are fully behind his efforts to go to Washington and fight for our families to repeal Obamacare, lower taxes, and get the government off our backs so that Granite Staters can find good-paying jobs, save for retirement, and put our kids through school."

"Scott is the best candidate in this race to bring New Hampshire principles to Washington," said Senator Eaton. "Working with Jane, we will build a strong organization for his candidacy here in Cheshire County that will help him defeat Senator Shaheen this fall." 

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