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Guinta For Congress (CD1) - One day !




We’re at a turning point in our country’s history. If the Democrats succeed in keeping Carol Shea-Porter in Congress, we will continue to see record lows in our labor force, record high debt, and a regulatory system suffocating small businesses and job creation.

That is why we are counting on you in our fight against Carol Shea-Porter and the Democrats. It cannot be done alone; we need Republicans across New Hampshire to unite in returning our state back to the hands of responsible citizens.

We wouldn’t be asking for this request if it wasn’t urgent - our fundraising deadline ends tomorrow at midnight, and we are very close to our goal. A donation of just $20 goes a long way.

I’m fighting for you. For the American Dream. For Americans across the country fed up with this Administration and the direction of this country. I’m fighting for your voice to be heard.

The deadline is tomorrow. We need your support more than ever.

Thank you,

Jay Ruais
Campaign Manager
Frank Guinta for Congress


Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Working Families Shunned by ObamaCare  

Study Explains why Granite Staters are Waking Up in a Cold Sweat to More ObamaCare Nightmares

MANCHESTER – According to a new study published by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, ObamaCare will reduce the nationwide weekly employment rate “by slightly more than 3 percent, or about 4 million full-time-equivalent workers.”  Women specifically will bear the brunt of this reduction in the workforce.  

The study claims that ObamaCare creates strong disincentives to work, and the law’s tax penalties creates an unintended consequence where working part-time will yield more disposable income than working full-time.

ObamaCare will also “push more women than men into part-time work,” according to Casey Mulligan, study author and professor of economics at the University of Chicago. “Because a greater percentage of women work just above 30 hours per week, it is women who will be more likely to drop to part-time work” – which the law defines as less than 29 hours per week.

Frank Guinta released the following statement:

“Congresswoman Shea-Porter’s blind support for ObamaCare continues to create nightmares for Granite Staters. The disastrous health care law has already devastated the middle-class and has played a central role in creating a climate where fewer Americans are working than at any time since 1978. Granite Staters want a health care system that works for the middle-class and reduces costs while increasing access to good quality, health care.  The Congresswoman’s partisan, knee-jerk support for ObamaCare is hurting the very people she purports to support.  I will work to replace ObamaCare with market based solutions that puts you in charge, not a bureaucrat in Washington.”


Guinta For Congress (CD1) - We need Frank!




Our state has a long history of American leaders who have fought for our rights and freedoms.

Frank Guinta is one of these leaders.

He has already represented our state with pride in Congress. Now he needs to return so he can continue his work with me to protect New Hampshire’s future.

He only has 2 days to make it happen – and that’s only going to happen with your help.

I need you to join me in standing with Frank to help him with the urgently needed resources to win this race.

He needs our help so that every voter can know that Frank will stand for New Hampshire’s voice.

Frank can win, but it’s going to take our help.

Can you contribute right now?

He only has 2 days until his FINAL deadline before Election Day.

Every dollar Frank receives goes to running ads, knocking on doors, and telling more New Hampshire voters why he’s what we need.

Please don’t wait. Together we can be sure to help Frank to victory on Election Day.

Chip in $50, $25 or even just $10 now to help Frank to victory on Election Day.

Thank you,

Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)



Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Under Increasingly Grave Threat  

From Frank's Desk


...That's how Politico characterized my opponent's position going into the final stretch, "under increasingly grave threat." This race cannot be won without your support though. 

Even better, the National Journal just released their list of the House Districts most likely to flip this fall, and guess what? They said "Shea-Porter is the most vulnerable incumbent in the country"!!! 

Long story short: With your help, we can win this.

We have to keep pushing forward and growing our team. Polls close in less than 27 days, we're going to need all hands on deck.

We can't take anything for granted though, she has the support of millions of dollars worth of liberal special interest groups, lobbyist and PAC money behind her. The more they label her as vulnerable, the more desperate her attacks will grow.  

Help us fight back.

Will you do your part and contribute $10, $35, $100, or even $250 TODAY?

Thanks for standing with us. With your help, we’re going to retire Shea-Porter this November.

Frank Guinta | Facebook Twitter



Guinta For Congress (CD1) - Where's Carol's Compass? Ms. Shea-Porter goes to Washington, Never Returns.

State Senator Lou D’Allesandro Calls Out Shea-Porter for Hiding from Constituents

MANCHESTER – During an interview this morning with Jack Heath on WGIR, State Senator Lou D’Allesandro (D-Manchester) expressed his frustration with Congresswoman Shea-Porter’s neglect of her constituents in the largest city in the First District, Manchester.

Listen to the WGIR conversation here.

D'Allesandro: "Retail politics is the name of the game...If that disappears, Jack, I think the nature of democracy disappears - it's that one on one contact, face to face, talking to people, we'll be come an advertising nation...It's taken that part of politics and moved it to the side, and I'm very discouraged about that"

Heath: "You do events with Ann Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter, do you wish they were out there more?"

D'Allesandro: "Yes. I wish Carol Shea-Porter were in Manchester more, I haven't seen her in Manchester. Manchester is the heart of the first congressional district. I want to see her more"

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

“Congresswoman Shea-Porter has literally and figuratively lost her compass. The Congresswoman has been feeling the heat from the constituents that she’s been hiding from, and now she’s feeling it from prominent members of her own party. The Congresswoman can’t find her way to Manchester and she can’t find it within herself to vote with her district – from her steadfast support for ObamaCare to increasing taxes and spending, she has been a rubber stamp for President Obama rather than the independent voice New Hampshire needs.”