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





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, 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!

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



Christie For President - in NH Thursday and Friday  


You're Invited

Chris Christie's North Country Tour



Governor Christie Meet & Greet in Littleton

DATE: Thursday, September 3, 2015
TIME: 2:15PM
LOCATION: Topic of the Town Restaurant, 25 Main St, Littleton, NH 03561

RSVP: Email Ben at or (908) 705-7714 


Town Hall Meeting in Berlin

DATE: Thursday, September 3, 2015
TIME: 6:30 PM *Doors open at 5:30 PM, town hall meeting starts at 6:30 PM
LOCATION: Berlin VFW Hall, 1107 Main St, Berlin, NH 03570

RSVP to the Town Hall Meeting in Berlin


Town Hall Meeting in North Conway

DATE: Friday, September 4, 2015
TIME: 8:00 AM *Doors open at 7:00 AM, town hall meeting starts at 8:00 AM
LOCATION: Horsefeathers Restaurant, 2679 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860

RSVP to the Town Hall Meeting in North Conway


We encourage you to invite friends, family and other residents to be part of this open public forum.

Please RSVP so we can make accommodations for all attendees. We encourage you to arrive early.


NHDP - ICYMI: Governor Hassan Continues Traveling State Pushing for Responsible Budget

ICYMI: Governor Hassan Continues Traveling State Pushing for Responsible Budget, Coalition Speaks out Against Business Tax Giveaways  
Concord, N.H. – As Governor Hassan continues to travel the state pushing for a responsible budget, a diverse coalition spoke out yesterday against Senate Republicans’ plan to give more tax giveaways to big, mostly out-of-state businesses while making small businesses and middle class families pay the price.
See coverage roundup below:
Eagle Tribune: “Hassan seeks more socially responsible budget”
… The cuts engineered by the House Finance Committee would devastate the economy, health care, infrastructure and the New Hampshire way of life, Hassan said. Even the plowing and sanding of roads would be affected, she said.
So, the governor hit the road to get her message across that the House budget is insufficient and intolerable. Her stops included Department of Transportation Patrol Shed 213 in Sunapee, which fears losing more employees if the cuts are enacted.
Hassan continued her speaking tour Tuesday, speaking to The Eagle-Tribune editorial board in Derry.
"Right now, I'm very concerned," she said. "The budget they passed was irresponsible on any number of levels."
Hassan said she's eager to work with the Senate to come up with a final budget plan that would best serve New Hampshire residents — without sacrificing crucial needs and social service programs. 
"I encourage both parties of the Senate to build on the bipartisanship of the last budget," Hassan said. [Full article]
Union Leader: “Diverse coalition urges no cuts in business taxes”
Groups opposing business tax cuts, one of the Senate’s top priorities, say the rate reductions will mean the state will be ill-equipped to meets the needs of citizens, transportation infrastructure and workforce development.

At a news conference Tuesday, representatives of small business, nonprofits, educators and religious organizations said the cuts will benefit large, multi-national corporations but hurt the state’s economy because needed investments will not be made.

About 40 members of the group, including 18 small businesses, sent Gov. Maggie Hassan a letter expressing concern about the business tax cuts and asking her to veto the budget or any other bills that would reduce the tax rates.

… “I calculated how much these proposals would save my company when they are fully implemented, and it came to less than $150 per year,” said Tom Strickland, president and co-founder of Sequoya Technologies Group, a small IT company with eight employees. “$150 out of a million dollar budget isn’t going to influence my business decisions. I won’t be hiring new employees or buying new equipment as a result of this tax cut.”

He noted 93 percent of the state’s businesses are the same size as his company or smaller. 

Strickland said he moved his family to New Hampshire 18 years ago attracted by the state’s quality of life. He said the state should invest in high-quality schools, well-maintained roads, and high-speed broadband internet, which will benefit all businesses. [Full article]


NASHUA Today, Scott Brown held a rally with Senators Kelly Ayotte and John McCain at American Legion Post #3 to underscore the importance of the upcoming election, where New Hampshire has the opportunity to elect independent leadership to fight for our families and restore America at home and abroad.

“In order to change the direction of our country, we need to change senators," said Scott Brown.  "I am running to be an independent voice for our state, to restore America and make our economy strong again.  Senator Shaheen has broken her promise to Granite Staters by voting for President Obama's failed agenda 99% of the time instead of putting New Hampshire first.  I am grateful to stand shoulder to shoulder with Senators Ayotte and McCain, and ask for your vote on November 4th to return to Washington and fight for you."
The trio drew a crowd of 100 people who packed the venue to hear remarks and show their support for Scott Brown entering the final stretch of the campaign.
"The Senate under Harry Reid is a rubber stamp for President Obama’s failed policies.  Next Tuesday, New Hampshire citizens have the opportunity to change that by voting for Scott Brown," said Ayotte. "Scott is a proven leader who will fight for New Hampshire families.  He’ll be a strong voice for fiscal responsibility, accountable government, and a better economic climate so Granite State businesses can grow and create jobs.  And most of all, electing Scott Brown will help ensure we can get the Senate working again to get things done for the people of New Hampshire and our country."

"I know the state of New Hampshire well, and I know that it doesn’t need a senator who votes 99 percent of the time with President Obama. It needs an independent voice like Scott Brown," said McCain. “He has served his country for 35 years and has the experience to bring much needed leadership back to the Senate.  I am proud to stand with him today and encourage Granite Staters to hit the polls and vote to restore America on November 4th by electing Scott Brown."