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Tuesday
Nov102015

NHDP Response to Results of Manchester Mayoral Recount 

MANCHESTER, N.H. - Following tonight's very close recount results, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley made the following statement:

"The Manchester mayoral race was the closest in modern history and we are proud of the campaign Joyce Craig ran right up until the very end. Joyce is a fearless advocate for strong public schools and is committed to finding solutions to curb the drug epidemic in Manchester and she certainly has a bright future ahead of her. Although Joyce came up short by just tens of votes, we thank the countless volunteers that fought right alongside her and the city clerk's office for overseeing the recount. The fact that this race was so extremely close in an year that favors Republicans is a clear indicator that 2016 is going to be tough for Republicans. This race is now over, but Democrats will continue to fight for Granite State families from municipal level right up to U.S. Senate and the White House."

 

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Tuesday
Nov102015

NHGOP CONGRATULATES TED GATSAS ON MAYORAL RECOUNT VICTORY 

 

 

Concord – New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn today released the following statement congratulating Mayor Ted Gatsas on winning the recount of the Manchester mayoral election:
 
“We congratulate Mayor Ted Gatsas on the successful outcome of today’s recount. Manchester has reelected Mayor Gatsas because he fights every day to protect taxpayers, improve the city’s education system and combat the region’s heroin epidemic. The people have spoken, and we look forward to another two years of Manchester under Mayor Gatsas’ leadership.”
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Wednesday
Nov042015

NHGOP CONGRATULATES TED GATSAS ON MAYORAL REELECTION 

 

Concord – New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn today released the following statement regarding Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas’ reelection:
 
“We are pleased to congratulate Ted Gatsas on his successful reelection as Mayor of Manchester. Mayor Gatsas has served Queen City residents well, working to improve the K-12 education system, combat the growing heroin epidemic and keep taxes low on working families. We look forward to his continued leadership of New Hampshire’s largest city.”

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Wednesday
Nov042015

NHDP Statement on Municipal Election Results 

 

 

 

MANCHESTER - After municipal elections in New Hampshire tonight, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Raymond Buckley made the following statement:
“The polls are closed and Granite Staters have voted and one thing is clear - Democrats did very well tonight. We are thrilled that Jim Donchess was elected Mayor of Nashua, a seat not held by a Democrat for twenty years. There is no doubt that Nashua is in great hands with a Mayor who will work tirelessly to drive economic development and bring good jobs to Nashua.”
 

“We always knew the Mayor’s race in Manchester would be tough, but we’re proud of Joyce Craig who has run an excellent campaign against an incumbent Mayor and we look forward to seeing the result of a recount. The fact that this race is so close in an off-year that favors Republicans makes it clear that 2016 is not looking good for Republicans.”


“Democrats are committed to finding solution and expanding opportunities for middle class families, from City Hall to the State House, and tonight’s wins are wins for Granite State families from Concord to Portsmouth, Berlin to Rochester.”
 

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Wednesday
Oct072015

US REP. FRANK GUINTA TO HOST MANCHESTER JOB FAIR NEXT WEEK

 

MANCHESTER, NH – Congressman Frank Guinta will host a Manchester Job Fair next week, Wednesday, October 14, at Manchester Community College. “Finding a job is hard work. My staff and I are hoping to make it a little easier for Granite Staters, who will have the opportunity to meet dozens of potential employers and education providers,” said the Congressman (NH01). The Job Fair is open to all Granite Staters and will take place at the following location, with featured organizations below:

 

The Manchester Job Fair

OPEN TO ALL GRANITE STATERS

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

4:00PM – 7:00PM

 

AT:

Manchester Community College

1066 Front Street

Manchester, NH 03102

in the “Multipurpose Room”

 

SAMPLE OF EMPLOYERS AND EDUCATION OR ASSISTANCE PROVIDERS IN ATTENDANCE:

 

AutoFair Automotive, Modern Woodmen of America, Admiralty Chimney Service, Easter Seals, Liberty Hill Construction, Manchester VA Medical Center, US Army Manchester Recruiting Company, US Small Business Administration, NHTI, Dept. of Safety, Bentley Commons, PC Connection, Primerica Financial Services, The Arbors of Bedford, Allied Barton Security, Acapella Technologies, Manchester Police Department, Comcast, Drinkwater Marketing, Ecco, Hero to Hired/ESGR, Senture, Staples, 911 Restoration of New Hampshire, The Moore Center, UPS