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Guinta For Congress - Come Knock with Team Guinta: Grassroot Efforts Vital to our Success! 

From Frank's Desk

This weekend, the NHGOP will kick off a day of door knocking to test out their new Mobile App, which will greatly enhance our ability to connect with, and turn out, voters this fall.

Activities such as this are crucial to our success and I am looking forward to knocking on doors in Manchester with volunteers from around the State and District. Please join us in laying the groundwork for success this Fall!

Below is the information for the Demo Day events in Nashua and Manchester as well as an opportunity to see the technology in Rochester.

Contact Bobby Collins today to RSVP for the Demo Day in your area at 603-225-9341 or You can also confirm with Team Guinta by calling Garrett Gauthier at 603-340-0625 or

Mobile App Events:

10:00am      Greater Nashua Mobile App Demo Day & Canvassing
                    Nashua City Hall back parking lot
                    229 Main Street
                    Nashua, NH

11:00am      Greater Manchester Mobile App Demo Day & Canvassing
                    Livingston Park pool parking
                    Red Coat Lane off Hooksett Road
                    Manchester, NH

2:00PM      NHGOP Meet & Greet with Senator Mike Lee
                    Mobile App Demonstration & Recruitment | Facebook Twitter


ALG's Daily Grind - Defund Holder's gun bracelet scheme


April 9, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

Defund Holder's gun bracelet scheme
The Obama Administration wants to spend hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to develop a wrist band that has a computer chip which corresponds like a lock and key with a computer chip in a corresponding gun.

Paying too much at the grocery store and at the pump? You can thank the Fed
Since 2000, household median income measured by the Census Bureau has only averaged 1.77 percent growth. In the meantime, the prices of staples like food and energy have been skyrocketing — at 6.8 percent and 16.18 percent, respectively.

Perry and Biggs: The '77 cents on the dollar' myth about women's pay
"Then there is the issue of marriage and children. The BLS reports that single women who have never married earned 96 percent of men's earnings in 2012. The supposed pay gap appears when marriage and children enter the picture."


AFPNH - Freedom Summit Saturday in Manchester! 


This Saturday, we are pleased to join with Citizens United to host the first annual Freedom Summit! The all-day event will take place at the Executive Court in Manchester from 9AM to 4PM and feature remarks from many of our nation's preeminent free-market leaders.

Confirmed speakers include: Senator Ted Cruz; Senator Rand Paul; Senator Mike Lee; Senator Kelly Ayotte; Governor Mike Huckabee; Speaker Newt Gingrich; Representative Marsha Blackburn; Representative Steve King; Representative Louie Gohmert; Ms. Laura Ingraham; Mr. Donald Trump; and AEI President Arthur Brooks.

The event is currently SOLD OUT but waitlist tickets are being released daily so continue to check your email! Once a waitlist ticket is released to you, you have 24 hours to claim it before it goes back into the system.

The doors will open at 8AM. Plan to arrive early - seating on Saturday will take place on a first-come, first serve basis. An overflow room will be provided for ticketed attendees to watch the event once the main room is full. Attendees will be permitted to move from the overflow room to the main room as seats are vacated.  

Please go here for more details and to place your name on the waiting list for tickets to the event.

I hope to see you there!
Live Free or Die,

Greg Moore
State Director
Americans for Prosperity Foundation - New Hampshire

AFP - If you don't, who will? 


I'll make this quick.

In case you haven't heard, we're doing a MAJOR nationwide Day of Action this Saturday, April 12th.

Why are we doing this? >> Our national debt is out-of-control, and wasteful government spending is putting the American dream at risk for future generations. If you're on board with cutting wasteful spending, let's all work together and do something about it!


What can you to do to help? >> We're asking our activists to join us in making phone calls this Saturday to like-minded Americans so we can get them more informed, active, and involved in the political process. If we want to be successful in stopping reckless spending, we need to get ALL hands on deck. We have an amazing online phone system that allows our activists to make calls from anywhere!

Next steps:

1. ADD YOUR NAME HERE, so we know you'll be helping us out.

2. Watch your inbox for follow-up information. We'll be in touch soon with ALL the information you'll need for this Saturday.

I wanted to personally reach out to you because you're one of our best activists -- if you don't get in on our Day of Action, who will?!

I know I said I'll keep this quick, so that's it for now!

THANK YOU for your commitment to cutting wasteful spending and ensuring America stays great for our kids and grandkids,

Chrissy Hanson
Day of Action Team
Americans for Prosperity


Apr102014 - Gun confiscation bill exposed 

Activists blow cover on gun confiscation bill

A bill that passed the Vermont House without controversy is now in doubt after gun-rights advocates exposed provisions allowing police to take guns during domestic disputes.

“It’s a highly illegal confiscation bill,” Gun Owners of Vermont president Ed Cutler told Vermont Watchdog.

Read more about bill H.735

NLRB complains Black Friday protesters went too far

Labor union members and protesters who stormed a Michigan Walmart on “Black Friday” in 2012 have landed in hot water with the National Labor Relations Board.

The NLRB has filed a complaint against Our Walmart, a so-called “workers center” group that organizes protests and claims to represent employees at the national big-box retailer, and the United Food and Commercial Workers labor union, which funds Our Walmart’s activities.

Read more here

Latest on Education

School safety report shows better grades

Anti-bullying bills dominated the education headlines from the 2014 legislative session, yet an annual state report card on school safety shows student behavior is down on the list of disciplinary issues registered by Minnesota’s publicly funded schools.

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