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Friday
Dec112015

Ayotte For US Senate - Run with Kelly to Help Kids!

Kelly’s continuing to put her running shoes to work for good causes heading into the holiday season. THIS Sunday she’ll be running in the Merrimack Toys for Tots 5K Race and Walk.
 

Will she see you there?
 

 
The Marines Toys for Tots Foundation gives Christmas gifts to kids in need. We hope you’re able to join Kelly in supporting this great cause.
 
What: Merrimack Toys for Tots 5K Race and Walk
 
Where: Merrimack High School
             38 McElwain Street
             Merrimack, NH 03054
 
When: Sunday, December 13
            10:00 a.m.

Click HERE to Run with Kelly!

Tuesday
Nov032015

Christie For President - There are just 99 days until the New Hampshire primary.

Friends,

There are just 99 days until the New Hampshire primary.

What does that mean? Time is limited and your immediate public support is crucial to Governor Christie's success.

Click here to sign up to volunteer

Governor Christie has committed his time and energy to winning the New Hampshire primary (as you can see from his upcoming event schedule below),and as Chairman of his campaign here, I know that we need to always grow the organization for him to be successful in February.

Will you join me and sign up to volunteer for Governor Christie's campaign right here in New Hampshire?

Click here to sign up to volunteer

If you watched the debate last week, you saw that Governor Christie is the strong leader that our nation needs during these difficult times andthat no one is better prepared to change Washington, DC and make it work for the American people again.

With just 99 days left, now is the time we need to get to work to make sure that Governor Christie wins in February.

Thank you for your continued support.

Click here to sign up to volunteer

Wayne

PS - Governor Christie will be back in New Hampshire this week. Check out the list of events below and please try to attend one of them.

 

You're Invited

 

 

Town Hall Meeting inSomersworth

DATE: Friday, November 6th, 2015
TIME: 8:00 AM *Doors open at 7:00 AM, townhall meeting starts at 8:00 AM
LOCATION: Kelley's Row Restaurant, 417 Route 108,Somersworth, NH 03878

RSVP to the Town Hall Meeting in Somersworth

Gov Christie OfficialFiling for the New Hampshire Ballot

DATE: Friday, November 6th, 2015
TIME: 12:00 PM
LOCATION: New Hampshire State House, 2nd Floor, 107 N Main Street, Concord, NH 03301

RSVP to Gov Christie'sOfficial Filing for the New Hampshire Ballot

Town Hall Meeting inHanover

DATE: Friday, November 6th, 2015
TIME: 3:30 PM *Doors open at 2:30 PM, townhall meeting starts at 3:30 PM
LOCATION: Salt Hill Pub, 7 Lebanon Street, Hanover, NH03766

RSVP to the Town Hall Meeting in Hanover

Town Hall Meeting inPlymouth

DATE: Saturday, November 7th, 2015
TIME: 8:30 AM *Doors open at 7:30 AM, townhall meeting starts at 8:30 AM
LOCATION: Plymouth American Legion/VFW Post 4483, 6 MainStreet, Plymouth, NH 03264

 

Tuesday
Oct272015

Bush For President - Jeb in back in NH!

Jeb 2016!

This Thursday, October 29, Gov. Jeb Bush will meet voters at two exciting events in New Hampshire.

Jeb will be joined by a special guest at Geno’s Chowder & Sandwich Shop in Portsmouth, located at 177 Mechanic Street. Doors will open at 12:30 p.m. And the event will begin at 1:15 p.m.

Later that evening, Jeb will hold a town hall meeting in New London at the Whipple Memorial Town Hall, located at 429 Main Street. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the event will begin at 7:00 p.m.

Please register to reserve your seats using the links below:

Meet Governor Jeb Bush and a Special Guest at Geno’s in Portsmouth – Thursday, October 29 at 1:15 p.m.
RSVP Here

New London Town Hall with Jeb – Thursday, October 29 at 7:00 p.m.
RSVP Here

We look forward to seeing you there!

Thursday
Oct012015

APP - LAST CHANCE TO RSVP: Fiorina, Cruz, Santorum to Speak at Forum in New Hampshire 

 
Friend,

 

 

 

Are you coming to see Carly Fiorina, Ted Cruz, and Rick Santorum this weekend?
 


 

 
 

 

 
There's still time to register for our  upcoming “Practical Federalism – 2016: Stand and Fight” forum to be held on Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 at Southern New Hampshire University (500 N. River Rd., Dining Center Banquet Hall, Hooksett, NH 03106) from 10:00 am – 4:30 pm EST

Attendees will receive complimentary breakfast, lunch, and afternoon coffee. You can register by calling (202) 503-2010, emailing 
info@americanprinciplesproject.org, or through the following link: 

If you are unable to attend the event, however, a live stream of the event will also be available here on Saturday

We intend to shine a light on how the federal government overreach works, the Framers’ view that state elected officials must guard against federal intrusion, and how the federal government undermines that duty. And we aim to make this a central issue in the public square through this event.


Thanks for your support, and we hope to see you in New Hampshire this weekend!
Tuesday
Sep082015

Walker For President - Gov. Scott Walker Completes "Full Harley" Through All 10 Counties of New Hampshire on a Harley

Scott Walker For America

 

Governor Scott Walker completed a "Full Harley" tour of New Hampshire this Labor Day weekend, hitting all 10 counties over the course of a two-day ride. This was Walker's seventh trip to the Granite State this year and his fourth since he announced his presidential candidacy. 

Walker took on the special interests and the big labor union bosses as governor of Wisconsin. He fought to put power back in the hands of workers – and he won. Throughout his tour of the "Live Free or Die" state, Walker discussed his record of implementing commonsense, fair reforms that gave power and money back to the people with the supporters he met along the way.

See highlights below.


Governor Walker kicks off his motorcycle ride at VFW Post 4368 in Milford on Sunday


Governor Walker rides to Kimball Farms in Jaffrey on Sunday 


Governor Walker greets supporters at Washington General Store in Washington on Sunday


Governor Walker takes questions from the media at Pink Cadillac Diner in Rochester on Monday


Governor Walker addresses supporters at the Salem GOP Labor Day Picnic in Salem on Monday

What They Are Saying:

New Hampshire Public Radio: "'Freedom - being on a bike,' Walker says, 'and thinking live free or die – that's the motto here in New Hampshire, but that’s what I think about on a motorcycle, out on the free road on the road enjoying yourself.'" (Brady Carlson - September 7, 2015)

Wisconsin State Journal: "The motorcycle tour of all of the Granite State’s 10 counties is thought to be the first ever by a presidential candidate." (Matthew DeFour - September 7, 2015)

CBS: "President Obama and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton are scared. At least, that's what Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker thinks. Speaking to reporters in Rochester, New Hampshire Monday, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate said Mr. Obama and Clinton were targeting him and afraid of his candidacy because they believe that 'we can win. And when we win, we will actually do what we said we were going to do.' Walker's remarks came in response to the president's Labor Day speech in Boston, in which Mr. Obama alluded to Republican presidential candidates who have worked to weaken unions. ... Walker told reporters that collective bargaining is 'not a right, but is an expensive entitlement' and cited the cost savings in Wisconsin as a benefit to all taxpayers in the state. He added that, 'this is an issue where the president is just wrong.'" (Sean Gallitz - September 7, 2015)

Washington Post: "During a campaign appearance at a diner in Rochester, N.H., Walker responded [to President Obama's attack] by saying that while Obama 'stands with the big government union bosses, we stand with hard-working people.' Walker added that 'the president and his allies fear us more than anybody else in the race because they know we don't just talk about it, we get it done. We fight, we win, we actually get results and we've done it without compromising our conservative principles.'" (David Nakamura - September 7, 2015)

 

On The Twitters:

@WSJMattD4: Harleys, veterans and karaoke. I think I'm at the right place for a @ScottWalker campaign event. #gop2016

@BradyCarlson: Washington, NH is "the kind of Washington I LIKE to be in," says @ScottWalker. #fitn

@JordynPhelps: Walker's Labor Day pitch: To truly grow the economy, we need to get the fed gov out of the way. ... need a new president who can wreak havoc

@wpjenna: Walker: "The president & his allies fear us more than anybody else in this race b/c they know we don't just talk about it, we get it done."

@ABCPolitics: .@ScottWalker in NH: "It's clear the president stands with the big government union bosses. We stand with the hardworking people."

@seangallitz: @ScottWalker on Labor Day talking to press: "Collective bargaining is not a right, it is an expensive entitlement"

@WSJMattD4: Gov. @ScottWalker dubs his two-day 10-county motorcycle tour the "Full Harley." #gop2016 #fullgrassley

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