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Rubens For US Senate - Jim Rubens on Immigration, Career Politicians  

This week featured a tour of Laconia, including a town hall meeting with local citizens and press. The Laconia Citizen and Laconia Daily Sun covered the event.

The Laconia Daily Sun remarked: "Rubens repeatedly hearkened to the "very serious problems" facing the country and echoed the apocalyptic vision common amongst more populist Republicans. He referred to the "constitutional meltdown" and the "economy gone haywire" and warned against the overreach of the federal government reflected by the introduction of Obamacare and machinations of the Federal Reserve System."

Jim Rubens also weighed in on the immigration crisis this week, releasing his immigration reform policy The Concord Monitor covered Jim Rubens' stance in a comprehensive piece this week. You can read the full plan by clicking here. As your US Senator, Jim Rubens will apply the pressure necessary to secure the border and enforce our laws.

Finally, the campaign released a web video calling for an end to Washington career politics. The video shows New Hampshire voters speaking candidly about what they see wrong with Washington, DC and a general distrust of politicians.

In the video, Rubens makes three pledges to:

- Serve only two terms
- Send his pension back to the taxpayers
- See to it that all laws passed by Congress also apply to members of Congress

The video will be run as a web ad targeting Republican primary voters and can be viewed on This is in addition to our radio ad that is still running across the state. All donations that come in from this e-mail will be used to keep these ads running. Please donate as much as you can, even a donation of $25 will help keep this ad going.


Smith For US Senate - Tickets On Sale Now For the Concert of the Year! 

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Watchdog - Citizen goes extra mile for justice  



MANCHESTER Today, Scott Brown kicked off the campaign’s first “Super Saturday” where he was joined by more than 50 supporters who made calls, hit doors and delivered yard signs throughout Manchester. 
“I appreciate so many supporters taking time out on a Saturday to help spread our campaign's message of resorting New Hampshire principles to the Senate,” said Brown. “This campaign will be won out in the field with grassroots support across the state. Our team has a strong foundation and continues to grow as we unite the Party and bring in like-minded Granite Staters who want to change the direction of our country.”

Earlier this week the campaign rolled out its “Veterans for Brown” coalition comprised of 203 members from all five branches of the military.  The newest coalition is an addition to an already robust group of supporters from counties and cities across the state.
Jul262014 CAPITAL Headlines - July 25, 2014 

The Boston Globe





Here are highlights from Capital today:

  • Unions gaining power in Mass.: This year, unions are savoring a number of victories in the state, including a higher minimum wage and protections for housekeepers. Michael Levenson reports.
  • Rock stars they’re not, but candidates go on tour: The political tours that dot the landscape in this campaign season give gubernatorial hopefuls and candidates a way to infuse energy into old-fashioned campaign stops and frame them as part of a more pointed story about what they hope to accomplish. Joshua Miller reports.
  • From candidates’ spouses, unusual campaign encounters: The Boston Globe asked the spouses of the candidates for governor to tell them: a bit about themselves; their role in the election; the most unexpected moment on the campaign trail; and something voters might not know about the candidates. 
  • Voters would pay for road fixes — close to home: According to a new Boston Globe poll, Massachusetts voters — particularly, conservative voters — are sensitive to whether their taxes will go toward infrastructure upgrades nearby. Martine Powers details the latest poll.