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Thursday
Oct232014

Guinta For Congess (CD1) - Differences on Display at Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Debate 

Shea-Porter Yet Again a Rubber Stamp for the Obama Agenda

MANCHESTER - This morning's Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Debate at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics continued to reveal clear contrasts between Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter and Frank Guinta.

Jay Ruais, Campaign Manager for Frank Guinta, released the following statement:

"At the second debate in as many days, Congresswoman Shea-Porter doubled down on her support of the ObamaCare disaster and the President's failed economic agenda. Her continued rock solid support of ObamaCare is especially striking considering recent studies out from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University showing that ObamaCare will reduce the nationwide weekly employment rate by 3 percent and from USA Today showing that as many as 70,000 small-group policy holders in NH will have their plans cancelled this November. This debate showed why Frank is the clear choice for Granite Staters looking for an independent voice in Washington who will work to reduce regulation, lower taxes, and get our economy moving again."

Background

Mercatus Center at George Mason University: The Affordable Care Act and the New Economics of Part-Time Work

USA Today: Obamacare cancellations, again

Wednesday
Oct222014

Brown For US Senate - ICYMI: JEANNE SHAHEEN SAYS SHE IS "ABSOLUTELY" PROUD OF HER TIE-BREAKING VOTE FOR OBAMACARE 

MANCHESTER - Tonight during the NECN/Concord Monitor debate, Jeanne Shaheen doubled down on her tie-breaking vote for Obamacare, saying she is “absolutely” proud of her vote.


Scott Brown
NECN/Concord Monitor Debate
October 21, 2014


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TRANSCRIPT:

 
Chuck Todd: Senator Shaheen, is this a proud accomplishment for you, health care?
 
Senator Shaheen: Absolutely.
 
Chuck Todd: Ok.
Wednesday
Oct222014

Daily Signal - The Real Story on Who Got Obamacare Coverage 

Saturday
Oct182014

NRSC - Shaheen admits ObamaCare hurts her 

Good afternoon –

It hasn’t been a very happy Friday for New Hampshire Democrat Jeanne Shaheen. For starters, the Cook Political Report moved the race to “Toss Up”. Jennifer Duffy noted “Polls show the race closing to low- to mid-single digits.”

Then, in an incredibly uncomfortable interview with WGIR, Shaheen revealed that her support for ObamaCare is a big problem for her re-elect. Asked why ObamaCare is missing from her paid advertising, Shaheen struggled before finally admitting that her paid advertising is for things she has done for the state. “We try and look at what’s going to be the most effective…”

In other words, in a matter of 45 seconds, Jeanne Shaheen admitted that her vote for ObamaCare will hurt her chances of re-election. WHOOPS!

Listen to the audio here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QITTc5Or01c&feature=youtu.be

 

Thursday
Oct162014

Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Granite Staters Kept in the Dark on ObamaCare Costs  

Obama Administration Delays Revealing Insurance Costs Until After Election

MANCHESTER – Following last year’s rollout of Healthcare.gov, the ObamaCare website, the second ObamaCare enrollment period has been pushed until after the election on November 4. 

This means that Granite Staters will not know how much their health care will cost until November 15 when the open enrollment period begins. 

Frank Guinta released the following statement: 

 

"Congresswoman Shea-Porter believes ObamaCare is a “great joy and triumph” and yet has done everything within her power to hide the true social and financial cost of this staggeringly unsuccessful government takeover of health care.  Granite Staters are already forced to deal with ObamaCare’s higher costs and fewer choices, now they will be left in the dark as to what their actual costs will be until after the election. We need to protect New Hampshire families by replacing ObamaCare with patient-centered, market-driven, quality, affordable health care."

 

 

Background

 

Washington Times: Obamacare website won't reveal insurance costs for 2015 until after election