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MANCHESTER This evening, Scott Brown hosted the “Veterans for Brown” coalition kick-off event at campaign headquarters.  The coalition is being co-chaired by retired Marine Corps Sergeant Major Paul Chevalier, retired Air Force Reserve Colonel Theresa Negron, and retired Navy Lieutenant Bill Grimm.
“Scott Brown understands the challenges faced by servicemembers and their families.  As our senator, I know he will work hard to make sure they are supported long after they’ve answered the call to serve,” said Chevalier.
“Washington is broken, and it is deeply troubling that our veterans and their families are paying the price for the dysfunction and red tape that constantly gets in the way.  Scott Brown has served our country and will fight to make a difference for us; we need his leadership in the Senate,” said Negron.
“Scott will work across the aisle to deliver results for the veterans community.  I’m pleased to see Scott has outlined commonsense ideas to get more veterans back to work and place a check and balance on Washington—ensuring we have access to the health care and services we need,” said Grimm.
Earlier today, the Brown campaign released a list of over 
200 veterans committed to supporting Brown’s candidacy, representing all five military branches.
“We need to put our veterans first and ensure they are treated with dignity and respect,” said Brown, a 35-year member of the Army National Guard.  “I am deeply humbled to be supported by so many brave men and women who served our country and are ready for change in Washington.” 
Since last week, Brown has been criss-crossing the state on the “Honoring Our Veterans” tour to meet with veterans and tour facilities.  Brown released a detailed policy sheet outlining ways to improve VA accountability, improve employment opportunities and streamline access to health care.  As senator, Brown authored the Hire A Hero Act to provide tax credits for businesses that hire veterans.  

Click here to read the policy paper


Innis For Congress - 3 State Reps Endorse Dan Innis 

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Manchester, NH - Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress in NH-01, announced today that Representative Norm Major of Plaistow, Representative Tim Copeland of Stratham and Representative Kathleen Stroud of Merrimack have endorsed his campaign for Congress.

Dan Innis said, "Our campaign momentum continues to grow. I am grateful for the support of these elected officials and I look forward to working with them toward victory in September and November."


Guinta For Congress - Governor Benson Endorses Frank Guinta  

Endorsements Continue to Roll in for Team Guinta!

This morning, Team Guinta is pleased to release its 21st consecutive weekly endorsement list. Former Governor, nationally recognized entrepreneur, and successful businessman Craig Benson has endorsed Frank Guinta in his race for Congress.

Frank Guinta released this statement:

“Governor Benson knows what it takes to balance budgets, cut red tape, and create jobs. His support is a testament to our core message. Washington is broken, we need to elect people who understand that jobs are created by small businesses and entrepreneurs, not government. Having worked in the private sector, started businesses, been the executive of the State's largest City, I know how to govern and legislate effectively. I am honored to receive Governor Benson’s endorsement and look forward to continuing our Middle-Class Economic Recovery Tour.”

Governor Benson’s endorsement reads as follows:

“I have worked with Frank both in the public sector and as a private business man. He is good at identifying problems and fixing them. As Mayor of Manchester he served the people well by keeping a tight rein on spending and by solving problems both big and small. We need Frank back in Congress and I am proud to support him once again.”


Cormier For NH Senate(16) - Top Conservatives Gather for Jane Cormier 

Cormier Urges Supporters to Get Active

On Sunday, July 20, The McManus Family of Bow hosted a “Meet and Greet” for Republican NH State Senate Candidate, Jane Cormier.  The 50 or so in attendance included Andrew Hemingway, Candidate for Governor, Marilinda Garcia, Congressional Candidate for District 2, and Candidate for US Senate, Senator Bob Smith.  Other people present included NH Senator Sam Cataldo, NH Rep. JR Hoell, House Candidate Michelle Levell, and Karen Testerman.

The attendees not only enjoyed a beautiful day and great food, but got  to speak with Jane up close and personal.  "It was a day for true Conservatives to get together and share their ideas, energy, and optimism in upcoming races this election season," said Cormier.

Cormier fired up those in attendance with a rousing speech which can be seen here in full courtesy of Granite Grok.  "If we don't start to tell the truth within our party as Republicans, we are doomed to get what we keep getting, which is people who are not going to fight for the platform," she said. She cited the gas tax as something her opponent voted for despite signing a Pledge not to vote for broad-based taxes. She also talked about his vote against Right to Work and his lack of action on educational matters.  Cormier is in a primary battle with Senator David Boutin, Senate District 16. This district includes Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett, and Wards 1, 2, and 12 of Manchester.

In addition to other notables present at the house party, Cormier had previously garnered endorsements from former US Senator Gordon Humphrey, former Speaker of the House Bill O'Brien, and other prominent conservatives.

Considered the authentic Conservative in the race, Cormier stands for small government, no new taxes, and fiscal responsibility. 



List Includes Former & Current Elected Officials, Activists And Supporters Formally Endorsing Brown
MANCHESTER The Brown campaign rolled out a list of over 100 individuals in the North Country and parts of the the Lakes Region today, including elected officials and activists, backing Scott Brown's candidacy as grassroots support continues to swell throughout New Hampshire.   “I am so grateful for the overwhelming support we're picking up in every corner of New Hampshire," said Brown. "Granite Staters are ready for a change for the better from the Obama Administration's failed policies and they know Senator Shaheen has been the President's most loyal supporter.  I will keep working hard to spread our message and unite the Republican Party, because we all know that a unified party is Senator Shaheen's worst nightmare."

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Sen. Jeb Bradley Wolfeboro
Minority Leader Gene Chandler Bartlett
Rep. Edmond Gionet Lincoln
Rep. Rick Ladd North Haverhill
Rep. Mark McConkey Freedom
Rep. Harry Merrow Ossipee
Rep. Stephen Schmidt Wolfeboro
Rep. John Tholl Dalton
Fmr. Sen. John Gallus Berlin
Fmr. Rep. Henry Mock Jackson
Fmr. Rep. Donald Philbrick Eaton Center
Fmr. Rep. Stephanie Eaton Littleton
Fmr. Rep. Brien Ward Littleton
Fmr. Rep. Carolyn Brown Center Conway
Fmr. Rep. Dave Woodward Milan
Fmr. Rep. Frank McCarthy North Conway
Police Chief Ted Smith Lincoln
Barbara Schmidt Wolfeboro
Terry McCarthy North Conway
Maynard Thomson Freedom
Laura Thomson Freedom
Tim Sweetsir Ashland
Debra Sweetsir Ashland
James Sweetsir Ashland
Chris Sweetsir Ashland
Lorraine Jones Bartlett
Mike Galante Bartlett
Brad Caron Berlin
Joanne Miller Canaan
Claudette Brown Carroll
Ron Brown Carroll
Steven Steiner Center Conway
Joanne Haight Center Sandwich
Norma Morrill Center Tuftonboro
Linda Parsons Center Tuftonboro
John Moses Clarksville
Carl Thibodeau Conway
Cindy Thibodeau Conway
Joe Hoodlet East Wakefield
Eileen Hoodlet East Wakefield
Carl Hoodlet East Wakefield
Beata Hoodlet East Wakefield
Steven Farro Effingham
Susan Craven Enfield
Dale Meltzer Enfield
Jane Fitchet Etna
Brad Ball Franconia
Dean Robertson Freedom
Judy Robertson Freedom
Sylvia Manley Freedom
John Manley Freedom
Arthur Robinson Freedom
Barbara Robsinson Freedom
Neal Boyle Freedom
Charlie Peterson Freedom
Alice Peterson Freedom
Tom Luke Freedom
Jane Luke Freedom
Ronald Patch Glen
Ronald Hibbs Glen
Peg Devine Hale's Location
Theresa Smith Hale's Location
Claire Peterson Hale's Location
William J. Breed Hanover
Judy Breed Hanover
Naomi Aluf Intervale
Tim Noyes Jefferson
Adam Noyes Jefferson
Peter Kawonczyk Jefferson
Rita Richardson Lancaster
Raul Cervantes Lebanon
Karen Cervantes Lebanon
Jim Walker Lebanon
Mary Daly Littleton
Jim Daly Littleton
Magret Loughlin Littleton
Tom Loughlin Littleton
Frank Evitts Madison
Ellen Evitts Madison
Cindy Woodward Milan
John Petersen Moultonborough
Betsy Graham Moultonborough
John Dimattia Moultonborough
Bayard Kennett North Conway
Cindy LeFebvre North Conway
James LeFebvre North Conway
Dan Jones North Conway
Margaret Ladd North Haverhill
Al Simensen North Woodstock
Diane Simensen North Woodstock
Peter Zavas Ossipee
Warren Davis Ossipee
Marjorie Davis Ossipee
Tim Naro Plymouth
Robert Haskell Plymouth
Jim Buttolph Rumney
Jerry Thibodeau Rumney
Dennis Lunn Stark
Heidi Mason Stratford
Beth Perlo Sugar Hill
William Durland Tuftonboro
Jack Moore Wolfeboro
Beverly Bruce Wolfeboro
Jim Fadden Woodstock