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The campaign was busy again this week, including a trip to Jackson, NH and speaking at the NH Liberty Forum.
A special thank you to two wonderful interns who are doing valuable work for the campaign. Charles Russell is curently in school at New England College. Parker Bolt, of Chichester, is a high schooler. We appreciate having them on the team. They are both learning a lot and having a great time. If you or someone you know is interested in interning for the campaign, please let us know.
Finally, there are two very exciting events coming up next week.
NEC Town Hall Meeting
Monday, February 24th at 6 pm in the Simon Center Great Room. Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public.
McGrath Law Firm and Coach Stop Restaurant Fundraiser in Londonderry
Please join Peter McGrath of McGrath Law Firm at the Coach Stop Restaurant in Londonderry on Tuesday, February 25th at 6 pm.
To RSVP to either of these events, please reply to this e-mail.
CONCORD, NH - Karen Testerman, Republican candidate for the United States Senate, opposes any action of the federal government pursuing a license plate tracking system.
"A national license plate tracking system is a clear violation of the Fourth Amendment," Testerman said. "This tracking system has the potential to accomplish the same goals as assigning one police officer to track each and every vehicle in public and sometimes private spaces at all times."
"The Department of Homeland Security will use this program to begin inactive criminal investigations targeting every citizen. We have the right not to be constantly monitored when we leave our homes. I will actively oppose such a threat to our Fourth Amendment rights as your United States Senator."
Hello , Patti of Fuller's Sugarhouse Colebrook Chronicle Mary of Kheops International
The Jim Rubens for US Senate campaign had a very busy week, including a two-day visit to the beautiful North Country.
The tour began in Lancaster on Monday with stops at Fuller's Sugarhouse, F.B. Spaulding Co., John Parks Tractor, Martin's Agway, North Country Ford, and Rideout's Motor Sales & Service.
The trip concluded with a great event hosted by the North Country Chamber of Commerce and Yvonne Nanansi, Jim Tibbetts and John Harrigan where I was able to speak and take questions from the crowd.
I would like to thank our gracious hosts of our North Country tour: Yvonne Nanansi, Jim Tibbetts, and John Harrigan. Our support in the North Country continues to grow. In addition to Yvonne, Jim, and John, we are happy to welcome former state senator Fred King as a supporter.
This week I was also interviewed by the Foster's Ed Board and Larry Lessig called me out as a rare Republican candidate for US Senate "not afraid to talk about real reforms that would actually address this corruption."
I am encouraged by the support I see as I travel throughout the state. If you would like to get more involved in the campaign, please visit our website. There are a lot of volunteer opportunities and now is a great time to get involved.
Patti of Fuller's Sugarhouse Colebrook Chronicle Mary of Kheops InternationalThe tour continued on Tuesday with breakfast at Spa in Colebrook, a stop at Brooks Chevrolet, an interview with the Colebrook Chronicle at their downtown Colebrook office, a stop in at the North Country Chamber of Commerce, a tour of Kheops International with Mary Gueymard, CFO, a tour of D+E Screw Products, Inc. with Dan and Rob Eldridge, a meeting at Indian Stream Health Clinic, and a tour of Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital with COO Charlie White.
The system in Washington is broken and corrupt. Fixing it requires principles, courage, and bold new ideas. A business as usual, not invented here mindset will leave us trapped by spiraling debt and a stagnant economy.
As Larry Lessig says in this article (and Granny D would probably agree), Jim Rubens, is a rare Republican candidate for US Senate "not afraid to talk about real reforms that would actually address this corruption."
It is time to send someone to Washington who is serious about political reform. Here is my plan.
Fixing the system won't be easy, and I'll need your help. I am going up against millions of dollars in special interest money that is funding Senator Shaheen's campaign. This campaign relies on donations from supporters like you.
Please show your support today by donating $25, $50, $100, whatever amount you are able to up to the legal limit of $2,600 today. Your support will help send a message to Washington that the days of corruption and mismanagement are over, and you support a candidate who is not afraid to tackle these tough issues.