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Thursday
Jun052014

Guinta For Congress - Filing and Dialing: Please Join Team Guinta this Weekend! 

From Frank's Desk

In honor of the start of filing season, Team Guinta will be contacting voters all weekend spreading our message of limited, effective government that puts middle-class job creation front and center.

Times and Dates are as follows:

What: Guinta Grassroots Voter Contact
When: Saturday June 7th, 10:00am-6:00pm
Where: 1850 Elm Street, Manchester NH 03103

What: Guinta Grassroots Voter Contact
When: Sunday June 8th, 12:00pm-6:00pm
Where: 1850 Elm Street, Manchester NH 03103

Please RSVP to either Jay Ruais (jay@teamguinta.com, 603.475.0332) or Garrett Gauthier (garrett@teamguinta.com, 603.340.0625)

Looking forward to seeing you there!


Frank Guinta
Candidate for Congress

 

Thursday
Jun052014

AFPNH - Take action this week 

 

This is the week to take action!


This Saturday at 10AM we will be door knocking for economic freedom in neighborhoods all around the state as part of our National Day of Action.

Please use this link to get more details on our efforts to hold Senator Shaheen accountable for her support of ObamaCare and plan to join us at 10AM at the location closest to you.

Don't forget about our contest that is still going on - the volunteer who completes the most surveys in the last 60 days will receive free airfare, lodging, and tickets to our Defending the American Dream Summit, which will be held in Dallas this August 29-30. 

This is an important time for our state and our nation.  I hope you can join us as we promote economic freedom across the Granite State.   

Looking forward to seeing you,


Matt Ciepielowski
Americans for Prosperity New Hampshire

P.S. If you cannot be part of our Day of Action on Saturday, why not stop by our weekly phone bank on Wednesday at 5:30PM at 340 Granite Street in Manchester.  
Tuesday
Jun032014

Heritage - Harry Reid’s Crusade Against the Koch Brothers Threatens Your Free Speech 

 

June 02, 2014



Harry Reid’s Crusade Against the Koch Brothers Threatens Your Free Speech

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has promised the Senate will take up a proposed constitutional amendment this year that would radically alter the First Amendment.

The Senate resolution would allow Congress to limit fundraising and spending on election campaigns and independent political speech. Reid and others insist restricting the amount of money that may be raised and spent on political speech is not the same as limiting speech. That’s like saying that limiting the amount of newsprint a newspaper can buy does not limit its speech.

Having lost the battle at the Supreme Court, Reid and his cohorts are now pushing this constitutional amendment to reverse decisions—including Citizens United v. FEC and McCutcheon v. FEC—that protect the rights of Americans to speak their minds about elected officials and candidates and to engage in the political process.

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Tuesday
Jun032014

Garcia For Congress - ICYMI: Union Leader Editorial - "Annie will get your guns" 

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Friends --

In case you missed it, the Union Leader yesterday published a hard-hitting editorial warning gun owners to “make no mistake, if Annie Kuster remains in Congress, she is going after your guns." Conversely, I have been and always will be a staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment.

Thanks,

Marilinda Garcia

Tuesday
Jun032014

Rubens For US Senate - Former Granite State Taxpayers Chairman Endorses Jim Rubens 

 Hello,

Among the five Republicans running in the primary to replace Jeanne Shaheen for US Senate, Jim Rubens stands out as by far the most qualified and I enthusiastically endorse him.

I served as Chairman of Granite State Taxpayers Association during Jim's time in the State Senate and had the privilege of working closely with him to secure passage of key pro-taxpayer legislation. Foremost among GST's priorities was enactment of SB-2 "all day" voting for towns and school districts. GST had waged the fight to pass this legislation for years, but it was not until Jim was elected and stepped forward to lead the fight that we were able to prevail against the powerful unions and pro-spenders that opposed us. SB-2 allows citizens to vote on school and town spending measures in the privacy of a voting booth at a time of day convenient to each voter.

He defied the odds and got a bill passed to end lifetime teacher tenure, a bill which unfortunately was vetoed by then-Governor Jeanne Shaheen. Jim championed passage of New Hampshire's charter school law. There are now 22 New Hampshire charter schools, providing parents choice among schools, improving student outcomes, and proving that quality schools can operate at half the cost of traditional public schools.

For these successes, Granite State Taxpayers named Jim Rubens its State Senator of the Year in 1996.

Now, our nation faces its most serious fiscal imbalance since the end of WWII. Taxpayers face an impossible mountain of $100 trillion in national debt and unfunded liabilities. For years, business-as-usual politicians in both parties have ignored the problem, and loaded more and more debt on the backs of future taxpayers, our kids and grandkids.

It will require a Senator with Jim's leadership, intelligence, persuasive abilities, and firm commitment to conservative principles to resolve this.

Finally, I urge Karen Testerman and Bob Smith, who are also running for this US Senate seat, to withdraw their candidacies and endorse Jim Rubens. If they fail to do this, I fear that Republicans will get stuck with Scott Brown as our nominee and he will go down in flames against Jeanne Shaheen because he gives conservatives no reason to vote for him. Brown voted with Republicans only 38% of the time while in the US Senate. Brown was the deciding vote on the anti-small business Dodd-Frank law and one of only three Republicans to vote to increase the national debt.

Please join me in supporting Jim Rubens for US Senate.

Signed,

Roy H. Stewart, Bedford