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Tuesday
Sep092014

Guinta For Congress (CD1) - NRA Endorses Frank Guinta for Congress  

Strong 2nd Amendment Record Earns Frank Guinta NRA Endorsement

Team Guinta is pleased to announce it has earned the endorsement and an unqualified "A" rating from the National Rifle Association. This marks the 28th straight week of endorsements, dating back to the first week in March.

Frank Guinta released the following statement:

"The 27 words of the Second Amendment are not suggestions, rather, they provide an easy to understand right of the American people.  These are very real liberties given to us by our forefathers in the Constitution and I believe deeply in this right.  I look forward to working with you as your next Congressman to preserve all of our freedoms including the right to keep and bear arms."

Tuesday
Sep092014

Innis For Congress (CD1) - Former Chairman of NH GOP Endorses Dan Innis 

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"The Republican Party cannot afford to risk nominating a candidate [Guinta] who is one subpoena away from a full-blown scandal."

 

Manchester, NH - Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress in NH-01, announced today that former New Hampshire Party Chairman Fergus Cullen has endorsed his campaign for Congress.

Fergus made his endorsement on Sunday in a letter to the editor in Foster's newspaper.

The NH-01 Republican primary between Dan Innis and Frank Guinta is tomorrow.

From Fergus's letter to the editor:


Supporting Innis

 

To the editor:

 

Does the prospect of yet another election between Carol Shea-Porter and Frank Guinta leave you thinking, is this the best New Hampshire has to offer?

 

I'm tired of voting for the least-worst option. Congress won't change if we keep sending the same people back. It's time to give someone new a try.

 

I'll be voting for Dan Innis in the Republican primary next week. He's a fiscal conservative and takes a thoughtful approach to policy. Innis has built a successful career outside of politics, rising to lead the business school at UNH while owning and operating hotels in Portsmouth and raising a family.

 

Guinta is a deeply flawed candidate. I don't believe his vague and shifting explanations about the origins of the $355,000 he lent his campaign (he says he forgot he had the money) or how he's being paid now for consulting on a senate campaign in Louisiana. He's not being honest. The Republican Party cannot afford to risk nominating a candidate who is one subpoena away from a full-blown scandal. Shea-Porter wants to run against Guinta again; after all, she beat him last time. The Democrats do not want to have to run against Innis.

 

We can do better than Mrs. Been There and Mr. Done That. I hope you'll join me in voting for change by voting for Dan Innis for Congress.

 

Fergus Cullen

 

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Other endorsements of Dan Innis include lifelong New Hampshire public servants Doug and Stella Scamman, State Senator John Reagan, Sheriff Craig Wiggin, former Executive Councilor Ruth Griffin, Hampton Selectman Jim Waddell, several state representatives and the editorial endorsements of the New Hampshire Union Leader, the Portsmouth Herald and the Conway Daily Sun.

Tuesday
Sep092014

Guinta For Congress (CD1) - VOTE GUINTA!  

 

 

From Frank's Desk

Thank you for all your energy, enthusiasm and support, it is greatly appreciated!

We are one step closer to returning this district back to the hands of Granite Staters. Please remember to vote today!

Should you have any questions regarding your polling locations or polling times, please call our Campaign Office at 603.475.0332.

Thanks again!

Frank Guinta
Candidate for Congress 

 

 

 

 

Saturday
Sep062014

Guinta For Congress (CD1) - ACU Endorses Guinta for Congress  

Nation's Oldest and Largest Conservative Grassroots
Organization Endorses Guinta for Congress

This morning, Team Guinta earned the endorsement of the oldest and largest grassroots conservative organization in the United States, the American Conservative Union (ACU).

In their endorsement of Frank Guinta, the ACU had this to say:

“While in the House from 2011-2013, Guinta supported a balanced budget, voted to repeal and replace Obamacare, eliminated automatic pay increases for members of Congress, opposed the gas tax increase, and worked to eliminate wasteful spending. Guinta’s voting record demonstrates that he is a proven conservative.”

Frank Guinta released the following statement:

“Liberty, personal responsibility, and limited government are threads woven into our fiercely independent and uniquely American fabric. I believe deeply in these ideals, and as an entrepreneur I started two businesses, as Mayor of Manchester, we brought a tax cap to the city, cut borrowing, spending, and passed the first tax cut in a decade. As your next member of Congress, I will lead the effort to pass a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. We will repeal and replace ObamaCare while promoting and implementing pro-growth economic policies to strengthen the middle-class. Please help us in the fight to return this district to the hands of Granite Staters this fall."

Friday
Sep052014

Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Shea-Porter Gives Herself a C+

Congresswoman Shea-Porter Can't Fool New Hampshire

In an interview yesterday with WKXL Concord, Congresswoman Shea-Porter gave the Obama Administration a "B- or C+ grade". Given the fact she votes with democrats 94% of the time, she is effectively giving herself a generous grade of a C+.

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

"Despite the admitted lack of a foreign policy, despite the crisis on the southern border, despite the continued failures with ObamaCare, and despite a still struggling economy and ever increasing federal debt, Carol Shea-Porter gives the Obama Administration and herself a passing grade?

While the Congresswoman knows the route out of New Hampshire quite well, she is all over the map when it comes to justifying her unwavering approval of the Obama Administration. The Congresswoman may think that simply refusing to hold a town hall would shield us from this obvious contradiction, but New Hampshire voters know and deserve better."