Veterans' Vision Endorses Frank Guinta in his Race for Congress
Team Guinta is proud to announce that VETERANS' VISION, a national advocacy group dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of veterans causes has endorsed Frank Guinta in his race for Congress. Today's release marks the 27th consecutive week of endorsement releases Team Guinta has issued since the first week of March.
Since 1993, the VETERANS' VISION publication has used the power of the media to highlight issues of importance to our nation's heroes on Capitol Hill and across the United States.
Frank Guinta had this to say following the endorsement:
"Those who would give their lives on our behalf in defense of the ideals upon which this nation was founded deserve nothing less than the very best care we have to offer. It is entirely unacceptable that New Hampshire veterans face extended wait times and significant hurdles with regard to their health care. As your next Congressman, I will fight to house those without homes, employ those without jobs and provide health care for those without access."
In their endorsement of Frank Guinta, VETERANS' VISION remarked on the job fair Congressman Guinta held specifically for veterans, his oversight of the VA as a Member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and his introduction of legislation to provide access to care for veterans in New Hampshire. You can view the full release HERE:
Some highlights are below:
“Mr. Guinta has been a time-honored friend to veterans in New Hampshire. When he was a Congressman, he enacted important and decisive legislation to help our nation’s veterans. We believe he is the best choice in the GOP primary election,” stated Brian Hampton MAJ USAR (ret), publisher of the VETERANS’ VISION.
"If an effort to give veterans the assistance they need and deserve, Cong. Guinta took it upon himself to introduce legislation to provide access to care for veterans within the state."
Mr. Guinta has sponsored numerous job fairs aimed at putting unemployed or underemployed vets in contact with potential employers, and before leaving Congress in 2012 had his eye on initiating pay increases for active duty military and veterans alike.