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Carol Shea-Porter thanks veterans for their service

November 11, 2012


This Veterans Day, we gratefully remember those now gone, and honor those living, for their service to America.

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Together, we made history!

We did it! Thank you for making this great victory possible!

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Shea-Porter poised to win in final poll

November 5, 2012

“This latest poll reflects the enthusiasm and momentum we see on the ground.  This campaign and its team of tireless volunteers will spend the next two days knocking on doors, making phone calls, and talking to everyone in the First Congressional District so we can send Carol to Washington to fight for jobs, for seniors, for students, for veterans…for the rest of us!  Carol Shea-Porter will restore integrity and the New Hampshire work ethic to the NH-01 seat.”

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Guinta “Jobs” Report

November 3, 2012


First District constituents who hoped to find work at Guinta's job fairs will be disappointed to hear that the events were designed to ensure his success, not theirs.

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Guinta Keeps Telling Tea Party Tall Tales

November 2, 2012

During the 2010 election, Congressman Guinta received national attention for his Tea Party activities. He spoke at Tea Party rallies across New Hampshire and in DC, and his vocal support for the Tea Party is a matter of public record.

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Congressman Guinta says, “I don’t need the FDA”; takes tobacco money

November 2, 2012


“There is apparently no corporate interest Congressman Guinta isn’t willing to shill for, and he seems to have no shame in doing the bidding of Big Tobacco,” said Campaign Manager Naomi Andrews.  “New Hampshire voters support Carol Shea-Porter, because she refuses to take donations from corporate PACs, and she stands up for middle class families.”

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Guinta Campaign Struggling, Shea-Porter Talking Solutions for New Hampshire

November 2, 2012

A quick scan of this morning’s headlines reveals the hard truth about New Hampshire’s First District Congressional race: Congressman Guinta’s campaign is struggling and desperate, while Carol Shea-Porter is talking with voters about solutions to move New Hampshire forward.

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Where should Guinta be?

October 31, 2012

“My position is that there is no need to pass a constitutional amendment because no one is proposing a state income tax.  However, the real question is: Why is Congressman Frank Guinta hanging around the State Capitol?  Shouldn’t he be at the Federal Capitol, fixing the mess he left us in and stopping us from going over the fiscal cliff he and his tea party colleagues created?”

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I saw the Red Cross at work

October 31, 2012
 

“I was a Red Cross volunteer for Hurricane Katrina, and I saw the big difference your contributions made in people’s lives. Make a difference for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Please give to the Red Cross now: www.redcross.org.  Thank you!”

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Federal Aid Comes to New Hampshire Again

October 30, 2012

“Having spent a month working as a Red Cross volunteer during Hurricane Katrina, I fully support Governor Lynch's request for federal aid. This latest disaster points out once again how we rely on each other in the United States of America, and how important it is for federal, state, and local governments to be properly funded and able to work together with private industry and individuals.  In our best tradition, Americans are pitching in across the country to help, and we will rebuild everywhere. My prayers are with all those affected.”

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