Kitchen Table Talks Initiative Launched this Week
In keeping with his belief in putting people first, Frank Guinta is announcing today he will begin a "Kitchen Table Talks" initiative that will bring him into homes around the district to highlight issues and areas of concern to Granite Staters.
For the entirety of her term in the 113th Congress, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has repeatedly refused to come before her constituents in an open forum or town hall. She went so far as to jet off to California wine country to raise money with Nancy Pelosi. These Kitchen Table Talks will not only afford us the opportunity to hear directly from Granite Staters, it will provide a stark contrast with how Congresswoman Shea-Porter represents the district.
Frank Guinta released the following statement:
"As a Member of Congress I held 20 town halls, 6 job fairs, 3 manufacturing summits and an Empower, Educate, Engage Women's Conference. I worked across the aisle to protect our fishermen, Great Bay communities, veterans and more. Simply put, Granite Staters have no voice in Congresswoman Shea-Porter. We will continue to identify problems, seek input, and lay out solutions. These "Kitchen Table Talks" will provide an opportunity on top of our regularly scheduled events to dive deeply into these important topics."
At present, the "Talks" consist of the following locations, more will be added as time permits. The first will be held this Wednesday October 1 in Merrimack. Following Merrimack there will be events in Rochester on October 8, Wakefield on October 10, Eaton on October 14 and Londonderry on October 22.
If you are interested in hosting Frank for a "Kitchen Table Talk" please contact Jay at 603.475.0332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.