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Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Be the FIRST to see our new TV Ad!  


From Frank's Desk

Good afternoon,

Thank you for all you have done to make this campaign successful. Given your support, I wanted you to be the first to see our opening TV ad of the general election.

Please click on the link HERE to view it.

While our campaign has focused on solutions for middle class Granite Staters, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has chosen to run a decidedly negative campaign straight out of the Washington playbook.

We are less than 36 hours away from our September 30th fundraising deadline, and we are counting on you to help in the fight against Carol Shea-Porter and her liberal special interest groups.

With this in mind, please contribute $10, $20, or $50 to help us meet our goal.

Thank you for your continued support, we appreciate all you do!


Frank Guinta
Candidate for Congress




MANCHESTER - Today, the Brown campaign released a new television ad called, “Protecting America's Freedom,” on the ISIS threat and the need for strong measures to keep out of the country people who would do us harm.

Brown, who retired this year as a colonel after a 35-year career in the Army National Guard, is a strong advocate for securing the nation's borders, and has proposed legislation that would revoke the citizenship of any American who joins a foreign terrorist organization.
Shaheen has voted twice against border security and for amnesty, and as a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee she has been a supporter of President Obama's weak and ineffective foreign policy, voting with him 99% of the time. Earlier this year, Shaheen made the statement that terrorist organizations like the radical jihadist group Boko Haram had nothing to do with Islam, which was greeted with widespread criticism.
Tomorrow, Brown is scheduled to make a major foreign policy speech at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm, where he will address the need to restore American leadership in an unstable world.

Click here to watch the ad.

Transcript of "Protecting America's Freedom" (:30):

Scott Brown:
Anyone who turns on the TV these days knows we face challenges to our way of life
Radical Islamic terrorists are threatening to cause the collapse of our country
President Obama and Senator Shaheen seem confused about the nature of the threat—not me
I want to secure the border
Keep out the people who would do us harm
And restore America’s leadership in the world
I’m Scott Brown and I approve this message
Because protecting the homeland is the first step to making America strong again

Garcia For Congress (CD2) - Marilinda Garcia Releases Latest Ad “Out of Touch”



Concord, NH– Kenny Cunningham, communications director for Marilinda Garcia for Congress, released the following statement regarding the release of the campaign’s latest ad entitled “out of touch.”


“As a well-paid lobbyist and now a member of Congress, it is remarkable that Ann Kuster repeatedly failed to pay the property taxes on her vacation home on time. When confronted by local news media, Kuster’s excuse was ‘life is expensive.’ Congresswoman Kuster would know better about the difficulties facing New Hampshire’s middle class if Ann would hold at least one town hall in the district,” said Cunningham.

Cunningham went on to say “Unlike Ann Kuster, Marilinda Garcia is a responsible leader who is committed to meeting with the people of New Hampshire and discussing the issues that are important to them. She is dedicated to repairing the bond of trust between people and government by actually reducing the size and scope of Washington, D.C. Our campaign is building momentum every day because of Marilinda’s commitment to being a reliable and sincere voice for New Hampshire.”


NHDP - ICYMI: Democrats Launch “One of the Toughest Spots to Hit Brown This Cycle” 

In case you missed it, this morning Majority PAC launched what CNN has described as “one of the toughest spots to hit [Scott] Brown this cycle,” highlighting the former Massachusetts Senator’s ties to a controversial company that shipped jobs overseas and paid Brown a hefty $270,000 to sit on their board.
To watch the ad, click here:

First on CNN: With new ad, Democrats try to paint Scott Brown as Mitt Romney
By Ashley Killough, CNN
8:31 AM EDT, Tue September 16, 2014
Washington (CNN) -- A new political ad against Republican Scott Brown could easily have been an attack ad against Mitt Romney in 2012.
One of the toughest spots to hit Brown this cycle, the 30-second ad paints the former senator from Massachusetts as a "yes man" to a large corporation that has outsourced jobs.
While the ad never mentions Romney, who campaigned for Brown this summer, the outsourcing attack was a key strategy used by Democrats two years ago when Romney, a former private equity executive, was running for president.
In the ad, released by Senate Majority PAC, the Democratic group highlights Brown's ties with Kadant, a Massachusetts paper company that named Brown to its board of directors last year.
Brown was ousted from Congress in 2012, but he's now fighting to reclaim a spot in the Senate, this time from New Hampshire where he's challenging incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
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MANCHESTER - On the heels of Tuesday's successful primary, Scott Brown released a new TV ad titled “Independent,” the first of the general election phase of the campaign. The 30-second spot frames the race as a contest between Jeanne Shaheen, an Obama rubber stamp, and Scott Brown, a truly independent voice for New Hampshire.
Set at iconic MaryAnn's Diner in Derry, the ad opens with Brown sitting at the counter talking to the camera about why he's running: "I want a strong America with good jobs you can count on and a foreign policy that once again leads the world."
Brown then explains what it means for New Hampshire citizens that Shaheen votes with Obama 99% of the time: "Fewer jobs, higher taxes and debt, a health care law that doesn't work and an unstable world."
The ad closes with Brown's promise that he'll be "an independent senator that votes for New Hampshire first."

Watch the ad.

"Independent" Transcript:
Scott Brown: Over the next several weeks, you're going to hear a lot about the race for U.S. Senate
So, let me tell you why I'm running
I want a strong America with good jobs you can count on
And a foreign policy that once again leads the world
My opponent Jeanne Shaheen votes with President Obama 99% of the time
What does that mean for you?
Fewer jobs, higher taxes and debt, a health care law that doesn't work and an unstable world
I'm Scott Brown
I approve this message
And I'll be an independent senator that votes for New Hampshire first