SALEM - Today, Scott Brown visited the construction site of Rockingham Toyota & Honda’s new facility in Salem. Brown toured the construction site and met with workers to discuss his plan to strengthen the economy and eliminate the Obama-Shaheen polices keeping people out of work.
“Under the Obama-Shaheen economy, New Hampshire residents are still struggling to find good-paying jobs to make ends meet and support their families," said Brown. "I appreciate the opportunity to talk with hard-working Granite Staters who are concerned about paying the bills and saving enough for retirement. Right now, Jeanne Shaheen is voting 99 percent of the time with the President, including her votes for Obamacare, higher taxes, and a national energy tax. I am running to be an independent voice for our state and restore a stronger economy."
Rockingham Toyota & Honda is working on a new project with Jewett Construction to grow their operations. During the tour, many construction workers expressed their frustrations with a sluggish economy making it difficult to find work and maintain a steady paycheck for their families.
“Between higher energy costs and more government regulations, businesses aren’t hiring or expanding like they used to,” said Steve Sousa, site foreman. “We appreciate Scott Brown stopping by to talk with us and offer his solutions about how we can get our economy moving again.”