Press Releases

 

Entries in NH GOP (785)

Wednesday
Sep102014

NHDP Statement on GOP Primary Election Results in State Senate District 24

Manchester, NH — New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley released the following statement on Republican Senator Nancy Stiles defeating Steve Kenda in the State Senate District 24 GOP Primary:

“Senator Nancy Stiles has continued to turn her back on her district, as she voted to increase fees on seniors, flip-flopped on diverting public funds to private and religious schools, and even opposed a job creation tax credit for New Hampshire's small businesses. Chris Muns will provide new leadership in Senate District 24 and will help move New Hampshire forward.”
 

Wednesday
Sep102014

NHDP Statement on New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District GOP Primary Results 

Manchester, NH - New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley released the following statement regarding the New Hampshire 1st Congressional GOP primary results:

“Granite State voters know disgraced former Tea Party congressman Frank Guinta well for his ongoing corruption allegations and previous anti-middle class record in Congress. Throughout the primary, Guinta has only doubled down on his Tea Party agenda to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans and big oil companies at the expense of middle-class families, and is backed by the billionaire Koch Brothers who are trying to buy this seat so they can pad their profits and push ultra-conservative policies in Congress."

“This November, Granite State voters will reject Frank Guinta's out-of-touch Tea Party views, and continue to support Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter's proven record of standing up for middle class priorities and creating economic growth here in New Hampshire.”

Wednesday
Sep102014

NHGOP CHAIRMAN JENNIFER HORN CONGRATULATES FRANK GUINTA ON NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY VICTORY 

Concord - New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn today released the following statement on Frank Guinta's primary election victory:


 

"We are honored to congratulate Frank Guinta on his primary election victory tonight. Granite Staters understand that Frank's proven record of working to cut taxes, balance budgets and fight big government regulations that hurt middle class families is what's desperately needed in Washington.

 

"Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has marched in lockstep with Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi and blindly supported failed policies that are hurting New Hampshire.  She refuses to be open and honest with her constituents, preferring instead of spend her time with Washington special-interest groups that are desperately trying to save her flailing re-election campaign.  Granite Staters will send Frank Guinta to Congress in November because they know he is the best candidate to create jobs and economic prosperity for working families." 

Tuesday
Sep092014

NHGOP STATEMENT ON CHARGES BEING DROPPED AGAINST TOWN HALL CHICKEN 

NHGOP STATEMENT ON CHARGES BEING DROPPED AGAINST TOWN HALL CHICKEN

 


 

Concord - New Hampshire Republican Party Chairman Jennifer Horn released the following statement after all charges were dropped against the Shaheen town hall chicken:

 

"Michael was exercising his First Amendment right to express his point of view and highlight Jeanne Shaheen's unwillingness to defend her record of voting with President Obama 99 percent of the time at open town hall meetings. We are extremely pleased with this decision and look forward to Michael's continued contributions to our party.

 

"Its has been 740 days since Senator Jeanne Shaheen's last town hall meeting. It's time for Shaheen to stop hiding from her constituents and respect New Hampshire's tradition of open and accessible government."

 

Sunday
Sep072014

NHGOP STATEMENT ON JIM FOLEY DROPPING OUT OF THE STATE SENATE DISTRICT 19 RACE 

Concord - New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn released the following statement this evening on Jim Foley's decision to drop out of the State Senate District 19 race:

 

"Over the past several days, grassroots activists from across New Hampshire have contacted the Republican State Committee to express their disappointment about recent revelations regarding state senate candidate Jim Foley. We have taken these concerns very seriously given the troubling nature of Mr. Foley's admissions.

 

"We are pleased that Mr. Foley took Senate President Chuck Morse's advice to end his campaign. This was a difficult decision for Mr. Foley, but it was the right decision for the residents of Senate District 19. 

 

"It's up to Republican primary voters to pick the best candidate to represent our party in November. We are confident that the residents of Windham, Derry and Hampstead will choose a strong nominee on Tuesday."