Another great week in the books! Team Guinta is up in the polls, continuing to roll out endorsements and gaining strength every day. It is because of you that we been fortunate to build this formidable organization. See you out on the trail!
We grew our organization this week by releasing our 21st list in as many weeks with the announcement that nationally recognized entrepreneur, small businessman and former Governor Craig Benson has endorsed our efforts. In his endorsement, Governor Benson said the following:
“I have worked with Frank both in the public sector and as a private businessman. He is good at identifying problems and fixing them. As Mayor of Manchester he served the people well by keeping a tight rein on spending and by solving problems both big and small. We need Frank back in Congress, and I am proud to support him once again.”
A full phone bank greeted the USA Today reporter who came in to meet Team Guinta on Sunday. After spending some time speaking with volunteers, we moved out to door knock. We ran into several wonderful families who greeted us at the doors as we made our way around the north end of Manchester.
We then traveled out to the Stratham Fair with USA Today in tow take in the sights and sounds of this annual seacoast event. We spoke with voters about many of the important issues on all our minds, ran into friends and enjoyed a lunch with some fair participants.
Monday night we traveled down I-93 to Londonderry to speak with the Town Council and the residents who showed up to take part. It was great to take some time to speak with many of our friends in the greater Manchester area. We spoke about some of the terrific economic developments Londonderry has been experiencing. Congrats to the Town Council and all who make this possible
The Chester Area Republican Committee has done a wonderful job getting their Committee up and running and we had a blast addressing the group. The future is looking bright for the Republican party.
On Thursday, Frank had the chance to visit Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth. He was met by the College President, Will Arvelo, who graciously led Frank on a tour of the main building as well as educational programs they run at the lab at Sig Sauer's Newington headquarters and at the College's Advanced Technology & Academic Center in Rochester. At both these locations, Frank had the opportunity to tour these training facilities for the skilled technicians needed to keep our economy running. Great things are happening on the Seacoast thanks in no small part to our community college system.
Thanks again for all of your help, it is because of you that our success continues!
Candidate for Congress
See you out on the trail!