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NHDP - Democratic Leaders Outline Why Scott Brown Is Wrong for New Hampshire

Concord, NH—On the cusp of Scott Brown’s announcement that he’s done “exploring” and “learning” about New Hampshire and is ready to run for office in the Granite State, the NHDP will be hosting a press conference call with former State Party Chair Kathy Sullivan and State House Speaker Terie Norelli. The Democratic leaders will outline why Scott Brown is wrong for New Hampshire, and highlight how Senator Jeanne Shaheen continues to work to make a difference for Granite State families.

WHAT: Press Conference Call
WHO: Former Democratic Party Chair Kathy Sullivan and State House Speaker Terie Norelli
WHEN: TOMORROW, Thursday, April 10th at 1 pm EST
To RSVP and receive call-in information, please contact Julie McClain at

Rubens For US Senate - Jim Rubens to be featured on WMUR today at 1 PM 

Sen. Jim Rubens will be the featured guest on today's "Meet The Candidates" series. It can viewed live online here. It will also be available on demand.

Sen. Jim Rubens on WMUR

This comes on the heels of a groundswell of support coalescing around the Rubens for US Senate Campaign. Yesterday, the latest release, included 35 current Republican State Representatives

These endorsements, combined with earlier Second Amendment and Leadership endorsements, effectively turn the GOP primary into a two-person race.

Please share these articles with your friends and be sure to like our Facebook page, which recently crossed 2,500 fans and continues to grow.

We need your help to share this message with as many people as possible. Can you support my campaign today by making a contribution of $25, $50, $100, or even up to $2,600?

To learn more about Jim Rubens, or to find out how you can get involved, please visit our website.


Innis For Congress - Dan Innis To Host Town Hall Meeting

Dan Innis To Host Town Hall Meeting At UNH


Manchester, NH - Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress in NH CD-1, will host a town hall style meeting at the University of New Hampshire. This event is free and open to the general public.

Any members of the media who wish to attend should contact the campaign office at 603-315-2934.

Who: Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress

What: Town Hall Meeting at UNH

When: Wednesday March 5, 5:00pm

Where: UNH Memorial Union Building, Theater 1

ICYMI: The New Hampshire

"Innis to return to UNH for campaign"


By Theo Brown

Ever since Dan Innis, former dean of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, announced his candidacy for the New Hampshire 1st Congressional District last fall he has been exponentially busy. From op-eds published in the Union Leader to informational videos posted on YouTube and public radio interviews, the congressional contender is maintaining a constant media presence throughout the state.

However, Innis isn't the only one making sure citizens of New Hampshire are up to date on his policies and ideals.

On Wednesday, March 5 the UNH Students for Innis support coalition is holding a town hall meeting in MUB Theater 1, providing students and other members of the university community an opportunity to meet Innis, learn more about him and get more involved with his campaign. The coalition formed last October, shortly after Innis announced his candidacy.

Tim Quinney, president of UNH Students for Innis, said that the group's goal is two-fold.

"We want to provide students with the opportunity to learn more about Dan as a candidate, and we want to provide the mechanism for students to get involved with the campaign," Quinney said.

For Quinney, offering students the chance to work on a campaign is invaluable, no matter what your political stance may be.

"Every student makes up his or her own mind as to who they support and why," Quinney said. "If we can educate students about Dan Innis, then we are accomplishing our goal, and for that reason our events are open to everyone."

Membership in the coalition fluctuates. Currently, they have over 200 members on their Facebook group and hope to see numbers grow as they increase the frequency of events on campus.

In Quinney's eyes, the biggest obstacle Innis faces is educating the public on his platform.

"I believe that when voters meet Dan and learn about his message they will become supporters," Quinney said. "This is why we feel it is important to bring Dan to campus, we want to give students the opportunity to meet and learn more about Dan Innis."

Still, more hurdles and roadblocks lie on the road ahead. One topic of conversation and controversy surrounding Innis is the fact that he is openly gay. If elected, Innis could be the first openly gay Republican voted into Congress.

In an Associated Press interview, he stated that it was his husband who eventually persuaded him to run.

According to an article recently published by Washington Post, the former UNH dean is being backed by the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund in his race against Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, if he defeats congressman Frank Guinta in the primary.

"Both Dan Innis and Richard Tisei [another openly gay congressional candidate] are viewed as visionary leaders that are voices for their constituencies," Torey Carter, the chief operating officer of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, said in the Post. "Their elections would shatter a glass ceiling for the Republican Party."

A poll conducted in October by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center revealed that Shea-Porter leads Innis43 percent to 32 percent in approval ratings. On the flip-side, Innis did win the New Hampshire Young Republicans straw poll that was administered just a few days after the UNH Survey Center reported their findings.

In a letter entitled "Why I'm Running For Congress," that can be found on his website, Innis outlines four major priorities as a congressional representative: organizing our fiscal house in Washington, limiting federal government, reforming the tax system and investing in the future of America. Although Innis has already made a mark in the worlds of business and education, only time will tell if he achieves his ambitions and spreads his influence into the political sphere as well.


Innis For Congress - Dan Innis To Tour Manchester Airport 

Dan Innis To Tour Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

Manchester, NH - Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress in NH CD-1, will tour the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) as part of his recently announced Jobs Tour.

The tour is open press. Any members of the media who wish to accompany Dan on the tour should contact the campaign office at 603-315-2934.

Who: Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress

What: Tour of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

When: Monday March 3, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Where: Manchester-Boston Regional Airport



30 stops in 30 days to meet the people of NH!


Manchester, N.H. –Candidate for New Hampshire Governor, Andrew Hemingway, announces his “30 IN 30” tour of the state.  Starting on the Seacoast tomorrow, February 20th, Andrew will make 30 stops over the next 30 days across the state meeting with voters and potential supporters.  Tomorrow, he begins in Hampton with the public events listed below and private meetings, in Hampton and Portsmouth.

“I want to show the people of New Hampshire that this race is about them,” Hemingway said.  “It is about our citizens, what they are thinking and feeling and needing right now.    I plan on meeting people through coffees, house parties, individual meetings for those who would like them and larger public events and speaking engagements. I will work hard through this entire campaign to listen and learn for the constituents of New Hampshire, while sharing my vision.”

Hemingway’s campaign is spreading a message of Solutions First to tackle the many problems the Granite State is facing. “Our Governor has done nothing to improve New Hampshire’s economic, healthcare or educational interests. According to Forbes Magazine, we are 31st when it comes to best states to do business.  We are in the bottom 20% nationally for job creation.  We have some of the highest healthcare premiums in the entire nation and only one health insurance provider that covers just 14 of our 26 hospitals.  Our education spending in ten years has gone up more than a billion dollars and our education has not improved. The Status Quo Governor thinks this is the track we should stay on.  I don’t.  This is what I’ll be talking about to the voters of New Hampshire.”

Andrew will be releasing a series of Solution-based policy plans in the coming weeks to address the needed innovation and improvements for New Hampshire to again thrive, including: Privacy First, Patients First, Workers First and Students First.

For more information on Andrew and his candidacy for Governor, go to his website at



Thursday, February 20, 2014


Coffee Break Café

Meet and Greet

23 Ocean Blvd

Hampton Beach, NH



Kaye’s Kafe

352 Lafayette Road

Hampton, NH



Strafford County GOP Reception

with Tom Ridge, Former PA Governor and Director of Homeland Security

(Andrew will be speaking at the event)


Cartelli’s Restaurant

446 Central Ave

Dover, NH