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Bradley For NH Senate - You're Invited to a Carroll County Republican Rally Hosted by Jeb Bradley 


You’re Invited to a Carroll County Republican

Victory Rally Hosted by 


Senator Jeb Bradley


Come meet Jeb Bradley & the Republican Candidates in Carroll County


“My top priority is to get Republicans elected and put a stop to the big government, big spending Democrats and their unaffordable agenda.  Will you help me? 

Come meet the Republican Candidates from Carroll County, grab a lawn sign, and help bring us one step closer to Victory in November.” –Jeb Bradley 


Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

5:30pm – 7:00pm 


2679 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH

RSVP today at:



Bradley For NH Senate - Will You Join Sen. Kelly Ayotte and I in Wolfeboro? 


Dear Friends,


The September 9th Primary is just around the corner and then an 8 week sprint to the mid-term General Election on November 4th.  It is my hope that Republicans will win the US Senate Seat, the Congressional Races, the Corner Office of the Governor, and majorities in the NH House and Senate. 


 My efforts over the summer have been focused on winning Senate District 3 as well as growing our Republican Majority in the NH Senate. Had there not been a Republican Majority in the Senate in Concord these past two years, spending would have soared, higher taxes would have followed and job killing legislation would likely have passed.

Will you consider helping to strengthen this firewall? Senator Kelly Ayotte has graciously agreed to host a fundraiser for me on Wednesday September 3. See details below. Please consider attending or donating here.

Additionally, Walt Havenstein will be attending. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the end of summer in Wolfeboro on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee, meet Senator Ayotte and Walt Havenstein and help ensure a strong Republican Majority in the NH Senate.

Thank You Very Much for your support and your friendship.


Jeb Bradley


You are Cordially Invited to a Reception

in Support of 


Senate Majority Leader

Jeb Bradley


With Special Guest


U.S. Senator

Kelly Ayotte


Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

5:30pm – 7:00pm


The Wolfetrap Grill & Rawbar

19 Bay Street, Wolfeboro, NH


$1,000 - Platinum Level Sponsor

$500 – Gold Level Sponsor

$250 – Silver Level Sponsor

$150 - Bronze Level Sponsor

Sponsorship includes 2 event tickets


Individual Tickets are $50





NH Sen Bradley renews call for spending update as HHS goes $100 million over budget 

The New Hampshire Senate

Republican Majority Office

How much have the other departments spent?


Concord, NH – Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) today renewed the request for Governor Maggie Hassan to supply Fiscal Year 2014 spending figures for all state departments. The Department of Health and Human Services is reporting that it exceeded its FY14 budget by $30.9 million, and is on track to overspend its FY15 budget by $71.2 million. FY14 ended on June 30th, and Senate Finance Chair Jeanie Forrester (R-Meredith) formally requested an update on department spending on July 7th.


“The potential budget deficit from HHS alone tops $100 million, but New Hampshire is operating in the dark. Revenues came in on target last year, but spending is over budget. We don’t know how much, and that’s irresponsible. Governor Hassan needs to open the state’s books and provide the Legislature and the public with the complete picture. Every day she stalls makes it harder to address the potential budget deficit created by overspending,” Bradley stated.


Spending Watch ‘14


44 Days since the end of Fiscal Year 2014

37 Days since Sen. Forrester requested an update on state spending



Bradley For NH Senate - Liberal Democrats are Attacking My Record 

Dear Friends:

Today my Democrat opponent attacked me in a letter to the editor for standing by my pro-jobs, pro-taxpayer principles.

He attacked me for supporting business legislation requested by a large employer in Conway, for working for pension reform that reduces the unfunded pension liability and protects property taxpayers across NH, and for supporting more educational choice and opportunities for parents and students. 

I am proud of my record.  I have led efforts to kill tax and fee increases introduced by the liberals the Senate, I have worked to reduce the regulatory burden on our state’s businesses and entrepreneurs, and I have taken on some of the most difficult issues facing our state, like pension reform, and supported a free-market based solution to make healthcare more affordable and accessible in New Hampshire -- without putting the financial burden on taxpayers.

Help me send a message to all those running for office in the New Hampshire State House that we can't afford the Democrat’s job killing and expensive agenda.  

Increasingly NH is viewed nationally as having an unfriendly business climate because of policies supported by my opponent. Policies I have fought against for the last 4 years as Majority Leader in the NH Senate.

Visit my website today and request a lawn sign or consider making a financial contribution.

Together we can fight off these job killing policies and make the 2014 election about growing jobs and protecting taxpayers. 


Jeb Bradley




MANCHESTER – This morning on WGIR's New Hampshire Today with Jack Heath, Senate Republican Majority Leader Jeb Bradley endorsed Scott Brown. Describing him as a ​"​live free or die​ type of guy" ​with strong New Hampshire ties, Bradley cited Brown’s commitment to getting our economy going, keeping taxes low and solving our nation’s energy problems.

 Click here to listen to the audio 

JACK HEATH: Before I let you go, yesterday, Senator Kelly Ayotte, former Executive Councilor Ray Wieczorek, two former Governors Craig Benson, Steve Merrill all stood and endorsed Scott Brown. That contested GOP primary in Nashua. Are you going to if asked, are you going to jump on this bandwagon and endorse Scott Brown, yes or no?
SENATOR JEB BRADLEY: I think Scott’s doing a really good job and he’s a good friend and I haven’t talked to him in a few weeks, I’ve been pretty myself, but that’s certainly where I’m headed. I think that we need to bring voices like Scott Brown to Washington to protect taxpayers, to try to grow our economy, and to solve our nation’s problems, and I think that Scott’s, anybody that meets him really likes him, first of all, he’s a very down to earth guy. I don’t think that anybody that I’ve talked to is worried about the fact that he is from Massachusetts and now has moved back to New Hampshire, because guess what, he was born here. He acts like he’s been here all his life. I think he’s got New Hampshire values, he’s a live free or die type of guy, he’ll bring that to Washington and I think that’s what we need to get our economy going, to solve energy problems that we have in this country, and to deal with our health care issue, and to have strength in foreign policy. You know, the issue that you keep talking about, the VA health care system that has failed veterans in the United States over the last few years, someone like Scott Brown is just not going to waste any time. He’ll get in, roll up his sleeves, and say we got to fix this.
HEATH: Sounds like a Bradley endorsement to me.
BRADLEY: I guess so, doesn’t it.