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Christie for President - Releases First TV Ad - "Leadership"  


WATCH: Chris Christie for President Releases First TV Ad - "Leadership"


Morristown, NJ - Today, Chris Christie for President, Inc. released their first television ad, "Leadership." The ad highlights Governor Christie's unscripted announcement remarks on the need to restore strong leadership in this country. Watch the full video here.

Watch here.


Leadership matters. It matters for our country. And American leadership matters for the world.

But if we're going to lead, we have to stop worrying about being loved and start caring about being respected again.

I am not looking to be the most popular guy, who looks in your eyes everyday and tries to figure out what you want to hear, say it, and then turn around and do something else.

I mean what I say, and I say what I mean. And that's what America needs right now.

I’m Chris Christie and I approve this message.




NHDP - HuffPo: Jeanne Shaheen's New Ad: Scott Brown Not For New Hampshire And 'Never Will Be' 

Huffington Post: Jeanne Shaheen's New Ad: Scott Brown Not For New Hampshire
And 'Never Will Be'

By Sabrina Siddiqui


With the New Hampshire Senate race shaping up to be unexpectedly close, due in part to national issues like the Islamic State and the Ebola outbreak, Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is looking to place the spotlight back on jobs and outsourcing.

The Shaheen campaign released a new paid web ad Wednesday, shared first with The Huffington Post, that ties Brown to two New Hampshire residents whose jobs were shipped overseas. The couple, Ed and Ginger Cunningham, discuss working for Lucent Technologies until the plant, in North Andover, Massachusetts, was closed down and jobs were outsourced.

"There were 8,000 people who worked at Lucent, and one out of four of them were New Hampshire residents," Ed Cunningham says in the video, referring to the many people in the Granite State who commute to Massachusetts for work.

The ad notes that Brown voted to give tax breaks to companies that outsourced American jobs. Ed Cunningham adds that Brown "took our tax dollars and used them to ship our jobs overseas."

"It was devastating to see it happening, watching the people leave little by little, just seeing the jobs go away, wondering what everybody was going to do," Ginger Cunningham adds.

Brown has said he never voted to ship jobs overseas, but Shaheen has accused him of having multiple ties to outsourcing. In August, Shaheen's campaign called on Brown to resign from the board of directors of Kadant, Inc., a Massachusetts-based company that has outsourced jobs to China and Mexico.

The ad also makes a reference to Kadant but is mostly designed to portray Brown, a former senator from Massachusetts, as lacking commitment to the people of New Hampshire. Brown, who moved to New Hampshire late last year, has struggled to combat the perception that he is a carpetbagger, and remains unpopular in the Granite State.

He has nonetheless managed to narrow the gap with Shaheen to just 2 percentage points, according to HuffPost's average of all publicly available polling.


Guinta For Congress (CD1) - My new ad  


Here's a special first look at my new ad that goes up on TV tomorrow.

Congresswoman Shea-Porter's failed leadership in Congress has led her to run a smear campaign riddled with false attacks on my record.

The Congresswoman's false attack ads are just another desperate attempt by Shea-Porter to distract Granite Staters from her record of voting to give members of Congress first class travel, health care for life, and exempting herself from ObamaCare.

I'm focused on providing real, bipartisan solutions that balance our budgets, get our economy moving again, and put people first. Granite Staters deserve an independent voice for New Hampshire values.

Please take a look at my new ad HERE.

Thank you,





Washington, D.C. – House Majority PAC today announced the release of the following television ad:


District: NH-02

Title: “Troubling”


Media market(s): Manchester broadcast and Boston cable

Start date: 10/28/2014

Amount: $272,475 for the remainder of the cycle.


“Marilinda Garcia has made it clear that she will vote in lockstep with the Koch brothers, so it is no wonder they are investing heavily to send her to Washington,” said Matt Thornton, Communications Director for House Majority PAC. “Garcia’s agenda to privatize Social Security is great for the Koch brothers, but terrible for New Hampshire seniors.”



MANCHESTER - Today, the Brown campaign released a new ad titled: “Independence.” Shot at his home in Rye, Brown speaks directly to the camera and makes his closing argument to the voters of New Hampshire.
The transcript is as follows:

Transcript "Independence": 

Scott Brown: 
Our nation is at a crossroads.
The economy is still not creating enough good-paying jobs
And we are dealing with new threats to our way of life.
On issue after issue, Senator Shaheen continues to vote with President Obama 99 percent of the time.
She promised to be independent but Washington changed her.
The President is not on the ballot but he said his policies are.

To change direction, we need to change senators.
I'm Scott Brown, I approve this message and I will be that independent senator that stands with New Hampshire.