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Andy Martin's new New Hampshire TV ad


“The Right Republican” for

President of the United States 

Join the New Ronald Reagan Revolution


Campaign mail:

P. O. Box 1851, New York, NY 10150-1851

Tel. (866) 706-2639 Fax (866) 707-2639



June 26, 2011

Dear Republican:

I’d like to give you an exciting progress report on the state of my presidential campaign in New Hampshire. I think after reading these brief remarks you will agree we are doing very well and much better than anyone ever expected. And we expect to do even better in the days ahead.

First, you may have seen our new TV ad in opposition to Northern Pass. We previously sent you this advertisement in an earlier email. The ad is appearing on WMUR-TV. I am the only presidential candidate who is actively opposing Northern Pass. Based on my over 40 years of environmental legal experience I am convinced Northern Pass is bad for New Hampshire. We have two blogs (see above) dedicated to fighting Northern Pass. Although Northern Pass is saturating the state with ads supporting Northern Pass, my presidential campaign represents the only media opposition to Northern Pass.

Second, last week we finished another New Hampshire TV spot, which highlights my family ties to the state. I am attaching the new TV ad to this email (it will be scheduled to appear on TV in New Hampshire; the Northern Pass ad runs first). Based on my longstanding ties to the state I am New Hampshire’s de facto “Favorite Son” candidate in the presidential primary.

Third, we are also running radio ads defending my candidacy. As you may know, there was some unpleasantness with state chairman Jack Kimball. Kimball’s inappropriate behavior is no way influences my view of the many fine Republicans of New Hampshire. New Hampshire voters want to hear for themselves and they want to decide for themselves who to vote for. They don’t want Kimball to be a Chicago-style boss who makes decisions for them. I think Jack’s attacks backfired.

Fourth, later in July we are going to take a major step to promote New Hampshire’s “First in the Nation” primary. That’s what a “Favorite Son” candidate does. I’m doing.

On July 8th we will kick off a series of local appearances across the state. Newt Gingrich went to the Greek Islands for his “vacation.” I am coming to New Hampshire for my “staycation.” I’ll have to make do with a Greek salad. I hope we will have the opportunity to meet in person during my extended visit. You can find me at Hampton Beach, where I spent every summer as a child.

In the days ahead I will also be writing about the issues (sometimes surprising you with my views) and also raising the hackles of my presidential campaign opponents by pointing out their foibles and weaknesses (but always with the back story and an explanation of my tactics).

We are the most transparent and accessible presidential campaign. You can actually get me on the cell phone much of the time, try (866) 706-2639 and it should transfer. You can call us to complain, or with kind words. We take all callers.

I hope you will take a look at our two new TV ads which accompany this email and also make the effort to meet personally. My campaign is well-organized and has a coherent campaign strategy. I am not yet among the top 5 candidates in the New Hampshire presidential primary. But I am the unchallenged #1 in TV advertising and commitment to the People of New Hampshire.

Best wishes,




NHGOP Chair Kimball asks, "Where do the candidates stand on NH Right to Work?" 

CONCORD- Jack Kimball, Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, today asked the Republican presidential candidates to tell New Hampshire voters where they stand on Right to Work in an interview with WMUR-TV’s Josh McElveen.

Kimball then released the following statement, “Right to Work is an important and current issue here in New Hampshire.  The voters need to know where all the Republican candidates stand.  Our citizens shouldn't be forced into paying union dues to a union they don't belong to.  It isn't right, it isn't fair, and it isn't American."

Kimball added, "The unions are extorting money from non-members, the unions are effectively the financial base of the Democrat Party, and this vicious circle has to stop.  We must pass this legislation and override Governor Lynch's veto.  The people want to know where these candidates stand, and if they're on the side of worker freedom, then they need to help us."

Kimball suggested to WMUR's Josh McElveen that this would be an excellent question for the candidates next Monday evening in the first New Hampshire Primary debate, hosted by WMUR, CNN, and the New Hampshire Union Leader.


NH GOP - Chairman's Speakers Series with Special Guest Rudy Giuliani

Please Join us for a Republican State Committee Fundraiser

"The Chairman's Speaker Series"

Featured Speaker:

Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

6:00-7:00pm Exclusive VIP Reception

7:00pm Reception/Speech

At the home of

Dan Philbrick

Three Rivers Farm

Dover, NH


$200.00 per person or $300 per couple

VIP Reception/Speech

Includes 1 photograph


$75.00 per person Speech only

Sapce is limited.  Please RSVP immediately.

REGISTER ONLINE HERE or call (603) 225-9341

Contact Ellen Christo for more information


NH GOP Chairman's Speakers Series with Special Guest Karl Rove 

Please Join Us for a Republican State Committee Fundraiser

The Chairman’s Speaker Series

Featured Speaker:  Karl Rove


    Thursday, June 9th, 2011

6:00-6:45pm  VIP Reception
        6:45-7:30pm  Speech

The Executive Court
(next to The Yard Restaurant)
1199 South Mammoth Road
 Manchester, NH

Hors d’oeuvres and Cash Bar



$250.00 VIP Reception/Speech
Includes personally autographed book 


$50.00 Speech
Books available for $25.00

 Special Thanks to Reception Sponsor Tom Rath

Register today!

Please RSVP by June 5th or call 603-225-9341
Contact Ellen Christo for more information


Statement from NH GOP Chairman Jack Kimball Regarding Roll Call Story

Concord, NH Today Jack Kimball, Chairman of the NH Republican Party, issued the following statement:

"Roll Call reported today on comments made by Will Wrobelski at a recent event.

"I want to be very clear that these comments do not reflect my opinions and at the time he made these remarks, Will was not an employee of the Republican Party, did not speak for me, and did not speak for the New Hampshire Republican Party.

I have gotten to know Governor Pawlenty over the past year and know he has an excellent record of strong, conservative leadership in Minnesota.

I am also grateful that Gov. Pawlenty made many trips to the Granite State in 2010 to help candidates up and down the ballot, including strong support of the New Hampshire Republican Party.

I am committed to maintaining the great tradition of our First in the Nation Primary, where all candidates are welcome. I will ensure all candidates receive impartial treatment from the NH GOP staff, and look forward to working closely with all Republican candidates as they campaign in New Hampshire in 2011."


Top N.H. Republican Party Official Won't Vote for Pawlenty

Republican's Pawlenty Remark Starts Feud


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