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Maggie Hassan Presents Her Vision for New Hampshire on Facebook Live With WMUR

CONCORD – Yesterday, Governor Maggie Hassan sat down with WMUR’s Josh McElveen on Facebook Live to answer questions from Granite Staters on topics ranging from college affordability and fiscal responsibility to climate change and bipartisanship.

You can watch her entire interview on WMUR’s website HERE or see specific segments below.

College Affordability:

When asked about her plans to make college more affordable, Maggie talked about her record as Governor of New Hampshire and her work to freeze college tuition for the first time in 25 years and lower tuition for community colleges. She also discussed her priorities at the federal level to make college more affordable, including expanding Pell Grants and allowing students to refinance their student loans so the government isn’t profiting off student debt.

Helping Middle Class Families:

When asked about what she will do to help the middle class, Maggie highlighted her Innovate NH 2.0 economic plan that contains a number of initiatives to help middle class families make ends meet. She emphasized the importance of competency-based and STEM education and ensuring that workers earn a living wage. She also discussed her proposal for a $1,000 middle class tax cut paid for by closing corporate tax loopholes, and her commitment to ensuring paid family and medical leave, and protecting and strengthening Social Security and Medicare so New Hampshire seniors can enjoy a secure retirement.

Fiscal Responsibility:

Governor Hassan said that “it always starts with fiscal responsibility,” and emphasized the need to exercise care with taxpayer dollars. She then identified several specific opportunities to cut federal government waste including eliminating tobacco subsidies and programs that don’t work like abstinence-only education and selling off empty federal buildings. She also indicated her support for Senator Shaheen’s proposal to move the federal government to biennial budgeting and taking steps to increase data-driven decision making in the federal government.

Climate Change:

When asked about her plans to combat climate change and rising sea levels, Maggie highlighted her work as Governor on preparing communities and increasing resilience on the Seacoast as climate change takes place. She talked about her record of sponsoring New Hampshire’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative bill, supporting the state’s renewable energy portfolio, and working in a bipartisan way to lift its net metering cap. She also discussed the differences between her record and Ayotte’s record of standing with Big Oil and the Koch Brothers at the expense of New Hampshire’s natural resources which gives Ayotte a worse environmental record than former Senator Scott Brown.


When asked how she will work to heal America’s divisions and pull us together, Maggie told a story from her childhood:

“My dad was a World War II veteran. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and he would look at us from time to time at the breakfast table and say, ‘What are you doing for freedom today?’ And it sounds like kind of a big question to ask a kid, but he was serious. Because he had been part of a generation, the Greatest Generation, they’ve come to be called, because they believed in something greater than themselves, they saved the world from Hitler. And then the built the United States into the greatest economic and military force the world has ever known. That’s the spirit that I try to bring to my work here in New Hampshire and I know that that’s the spirit that Granite Staters bring to their daily lives. We share a great deal in common. The most important thing we all share is a democracy and the mission that that democracy was founded on. That notion that every single person counts. Counting everybody isn’t always easy and our forefathers didn’t do it perfectly. But they believed that every generation of Americans would work harder and harder to pull the vulnerable and marginalized into the center and that we’d all get stronger as a result.”

She also talked about how in New Hampshire she’s been able to work across party lines to get things done and wants to bring that same approach to Washington:

“So one of the reasons I’m running for the Senate is because I want to bring that Granite State attitude and respect for individualism and community to the United States Senate. And that understanding that you can work across party lines and have passionate and vigorous disagreements. But then still come together and by focusing on the challenges that the people you represent are facing get things done. That’s what we’ve done here in New Hampshire. That’s what we should be doing in Washington.”

Retirement Security:

When asked whether she raising the retirement age, Maggie talked about her opposition to such a move and told the story of her father-in-law who worked on his feet as a butcher until his retirement in his mid-sixties. She also reiterated her commitment to strengthening Medicare and Social Security.

Why Run For Senate:

When asked why she’s running for Senate at the close of the live interview, Maggie highlighted her commitment to bringing her New Hampshire approach to the Senate to break the log jam and deliver results for Granite Staters.

“I know we can keep our economy moving in the right direction, we can protect our environment, and we can keep our country safe, as long as we work together. And I will always be a senator who puts the people of New Hampshire, not special interests, first.”

Sununu Will Follow Trump Into Economic Ruin

Sununu Supports Destructive Trump Economics That Would Increase National Debt by $7.2 Trillion and Boost Incomes for the Rich 

Concord, N.H. – Chris Sununu’s steadfast support for Donald Trump and his destructive economic policies directly refute Sununu’s attempts to cast himself as a successful businessman with an understanding of economics.

“Chris Sununu’s support for Donald Trump’s harmful and reckless economic policies demonstrates Sununu would be a job-killer in the corner office,” said NHDP Press Secretary Evan Lukaske. “Chris Sununu has run his family-bought ski resort into the ground—he can’t be allowed to do the same to the New Hampshire economy.”

Tuesday, Sununu joined Concord News Radio to emphasize his support for Trump’s economic plans:

CHRIS RYAN: Is Donald Trump’s economic policy going to do anything to change the trajectory of the path that you’re describing?

SUNUNU: Oh, I think absolutely…on the policy side of things, I think he’s shown himself to have a good understanding of capitalistic economics…and then his ideas on debt control. People forget that we have a massive, massive debt problem in this country nationally…”

Unfortunately, countless budget experts and economists have found the opposite. Trump’s reckless economic plans would add trillions to the national debt to benefit the wealthy and special interests.

Kuster Discusses Efforts to Support Small Businesses in Milfor

Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) discusses efforts to support small businesses at Cirtronics in Milford, NH

Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) discusses efforts to support small businesses at Cirtronics in Milford, NH

(Milford, NH) Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster visited several Milford businesses to discuss programs she’s prioritizing at the federal level to support small businesses in New Hampshire and across the country. During tours of AIRMAR and Cirtronics, Kuster specifically highlighted her recently introduced legislation, the Export Promotion Act, which would help to streamline export assistance programs under the Department of Commerce to make it easier for small businesses to sell overseas. Kuster also discussed her work to connect small businesses with community colleges to help build a workforce with the skills necessary for advanced manufacturing jobs in New Hampshire.

“Both AIRMAR and Cirtronics are great examples of the types of businesses that are helping to grow our economy and create good jobs right here in New Hampshire,” said Congresswoman Kuster. “My goal is to help more companies succeed, as they have, by providing the resources necessary to reach new customers around the world. Ninety-five percent of the world’s consumers live outside of the United States, so if we can help Granite State businesses sell outside our borders we can help them expand and create jobs. 

“Of course, it’s critical that we have the workforce that’s demanded by companies around our state,” continued Kuster. “That’s why I’ve worked to expand workforce development and job training programs. My legislation, the Workforce Development Act, would give companies that partner with community colleges a tax credit to train Granite Staters in the skills needed for local careers.”

AIRMAR is world leader in the development of marine-sonar technologies, and Cirtronics is an employee owned corporation that manufactures a wide variety of products. Both are prime examples of the advanced manufacturing that is an important part of growing New Hampshire’s economy. During the tours, Kuster met with company leadership as well as employees at both businesses to discuss her proposals to keep New Hampshire’s economy strong and vibrant.

Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire back Corriveau for County Attorney

MANCHESTER – Today the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire announce their endorsement of Garth Corriveau (D – Manchester) for Hillsborough County Attorney. Corriveau previously served as an Alderman for the City of Manchester, and is challenging Dennis Hogan on the November ballot.

“Garth Corriveau is a proven leader when it comes to strengthening public safety in Manchester,” said Jeff Duval, President of Manchester’s IAFF Local 856. “Had Dennis Hogan done his job as County Attorney effectively, Manchester would have had a drug court over a year ago. Instead, our firefighters continue to respond to far too many repeat heroin and opioid overdoses. We can count on Garth Corriveau to be a vocal advocate for strong public safety as our new County Attorney.”

“Nashua firefighters serve our communities tirelessly in the midst of the heroin/opioid epidemic,” said John McAllister, President of Nashua Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 789. “Garth’s strong record on public safety issues proves he will work actively with us and all subject matter experts to meet this huge challenge. It is time for new leadership in this fight and we are proud to endorse Garth Corriveau for Hillsborough County Attorney.”

The opioid epidemic is a critical issue facing New Hampshire families of all stripes, and has garnered significant attention from candidates for office from presidential and federal races on down, as state and local officials maintain a focus on saving lives.

Corriveau remarked, “It is an honor and privilege to receive the endorsements of our Manchester, Nashua and state fire fighters at a time when we need their bravery most. Our first responders and public safety professionals are on the front lines of the opioid epidemic and they deserve new, decisive leadership that supports their life saving efforts. As the new Hillsborough County Attorney, I will stand proudly with them every day as we work together to tackle this devastating epidemic.”

The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, headquartered in Concord, NH, is a state association chartered by the 43 Locals of the International Association of Fire Fighters in the Granite State, which represents approximately 2,000 active and retired firefighters and paramedics.

Fire Fighters Back Congresswoman Annie Kuster For Re-Election


CONCORD, NH – The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire and members from across the Second Congressional District gathered at the Broadway Fire Station in Concord to announce their endorsement of Annie Kuster’s re-election to Congress. Congresswoman Kuster is seeking her third term representing New Hampshire’s Second District.

“The public counts on firefighters and paramedics to arrive on scene in a moment’s notice and deliver for those in need,” said David Lang, President of the PFFNH. “Over her two terms serving in Washington, Annie Kuster time and again delivers for the working people of New Hampshire. Bringing people together and producing results, Annie Kuster holds true to New Hampshire values. We look forward to helping Annie return to Washington, D.C. and continue working on behalf of working families.”

“Firefighters put their lives on the line every day to protect our communities and keep our families safe,” said Congresswoman Kuster. “Whether responding to fires, vehicle emergencies, or medical incidents, we can count on these brave men and women to act with courage and professionalism. They are also tremendous partners in my work to combat the heroin epidemic and find solutions to address this crisis. I’m honored to receive the endorsement of the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, and I thank them for their tireless work on behalf of all Granite Staters. I know New Hampshire firefighters always have our backs and they know that I will always have theirs.”

The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, headquartered in Concord, NH, is a state association chartered by the 43 Locals of the International Association of Fire Fighters in the Granite State, which represents approximately 2,000 active and retired firefighters and paramedics

Protestors Reject Ayotte’s Announcement Of Writng-In Mike Pence For President

img_0450People For the American Way members hold protest outside Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s Manchester Office, Say Pence Write-In is a Non-Starter

MANCHESTER- Activists rallied Monday outside of Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s Manchester office to challenge her announcement that she will write in VP nominee Mike Pence rather than support Donald Trump for president. Pence’s extreme policies and rhetoric would have a devastating impact on New Hampshire voters in general and on women and LGBT people in particular.

Linds Jakows, New Hampshire Campaign Organizer with progressive advocacy group People For the American Way, said, “Kelly Ayotte’s support for Mike Pence isn’t a sign of independence; it’s just another sign of her true extremism that she attempts to hide behind a carefully crafted facade of being ‘independent’. While we’re glad Ayotte has finally acknowledged Trump’s bigotry and sexism, it’s clear that her announcement has far more to do with politics than with principle.

“The notion that Mike Pence is a responsible choice for president is absurd.  Pence has spent his career attempting to redefine rape and eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood. He supports dangerous schemes to privatize social security and voucherize Medicare. And he is arguably the most anti-gay governor in the country: he’s advocated discrimination  against gay people, he supported taking money from HIV programs to pay for dangerous and discredited reparative therapy, and he even opposed the Mathew Shepard hate crimes bill.

“Ayotte’s months of tolerance of Trump’s bigotry, racism, and misogyny–and her support for an anti-choice, anti-gay extremist like Mike Pence–hardly makes her independent. She’s a cheerleader for the increasingly extreme and out of touch Republican agenda.

“If Senator Ayotte actually wants to display political independence, she needs to walk the walk: she could start by returning to DC to push the Senate to move forward on the nomination of Merrick Garland so we can have a fully functioning Supreme Court.

Veterans And Military Families For Progress Endorses Governor Maggie Hassan For US Senate

vmfp-logoWashington, DC- Veterans and Military Families for Progress enthusiastically and proudly endorses Governor Maggie Hassan in the upcoming New Hampshire United States Senate Election. 

Founded in 2005, VMFP is dedicated to ensuring that the rights and needs of veterans, active- duty service members (including national guard and reservists), and their families are understood by the American public, endorsed by our elected officials, and protected by legislation, regulation, and public policy initiatives. 

Governor Hassan has demonstrated an extraordinarily strong commitment and deep understanding of the issues that affect America’s veterans. Throughout her career Maggie Hassan has been a strong supporter of our nation’s veterans and active armed forces. Governor Hassan understands the need for military members who are reintegrating into the civilian job market to have access to educational benefits and job training opportunities. Her strong support for consumer protection regulations has been especially important for veterans and their families. Ms Hassan’s public support for priority funding of the Veterans Administration and her declared determination to provide for the establishment of a national veterans and military family policy give veterans and their families hope that at long last a Senator will vote in such a way as to keep faith with those who have served and sacrificed.

Maggie Hassan, whose father was a World War II “Battle of the Bulge” veteran, has a deep and personal understanding of the issues veterans and their families confront. Her decision to support legislation for improving the treatment of veterans with traumatic brain injuries and PTSD, and her deep understanding of the need for providing and guaranteeing full health coverage for National Guard and Reserve personnel, demonstrate that she is a candidate who has the character and courage and personal family experience to do what is right for those in service to our country. We feel that veterans, active duty, military families, and in fact, all people of New Hampshire will be well-served with Governor Hassan’s election to the US Senate and thus ensure that America remains strong in national defense and in fighting terrorism. 

Veterans and Military Families for Progress is a 501(c)(4) non-partisan, not-for-profit Veterans’ organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. It is a 21st Century organization made up of members located throughout the country, and from across the breadth of rank and military services, who served, are serving, or are family members of those who have heeded the call to serve their country in the U.S. military.

Ayotte Backs Away From Trump But Critics Still Blast Her For Ever Supporting Him

It is official. After a whirlwind day of statements and calls for Ayotte to disavow Donald Trump following his lewd offensive comments about women were released by the Washington Post, Ayotte has finally said she will not vote for Donald Trump.

However Ayotte’s delay in removing her “support” for Donald Trump drew a lot of criticism.

Governor Maggie Hassan, the Democratic candidate for US Senate was the first to criticize Ayotte’s backtracking on Trump.

“Kelly Ayotte today simply reinforced that everything she does is based on cold, political calculations about what is in her personal best interest. After spending 24 hours running the political math, Ayotte has made a decision that is a transparent, craven attempt at political self-preservation.  For months, Kelly Ayotte stood by Trump as he demeaned women, minorities, people with disabilities, Gold Star families, and was deemed a danger to our national security, even going so far as saying he should ‘absolutely’ be a role model for children. What Kelly Ayotte doesn’t seem to understand is the chance to show courage has long past, and her hollow words today reveal as much about her own character as they do Donald Trump’s. Her words are far too little and far too late.” 

Maggie for NH also released a new version of their wildly popular “absolutely” video.

This new ad will be part of Maggie for NH’s efforts to continue to hold Ayotte accountable for her craven political calculation to stand by Donald Trump for months, including her statement on Monday that Trump should “absolutely” be a role model for children.

“Try as she might, Kelly Ayotte cannot run from the fact that she stood by Donald Trump’s anti-woman and dangerous campaign for months, even saying less than a week ago that Trump should ‘absolutely’ be a role model for children,” said Maggie for NH Press Secretary Meira Bernstein. “Ayotte long ago missed her opportunity to show courage, and Granite Staters will not be fooled by her craven political calculation to try to save her Senate seat.” 

“Kelly Ayotte’s statement today is a cowardly calculation and desperate attempt to save her own skin after she determined supporting Trump would no longer be politically survivable,” said NHDP Press Secretary Melissa Miller. “Speaking out against Trump only now and only after intense political pressure tacitly approves of all of the vile and disgusting things he has said and done before yesterday. Mocking a reporter with a disability, fat shaming women and attacking a Gold Star mother were not disqualifying to Kelly Ayotte. The only disqualification she recognizes is Trump’s damage to her own electoral odds.”

“Kelly Ayotte’s cowardly pivot today is too little too late. New Hampshire voters have seen her for the callous and calculating politician she is and will reject her for it in one month,” added Miller.

Throughout the election, Ayotte has faced harsh criticism for her votes on women’s health issues and Planned Parenthood.

“By throwing her support to Mike Pence, Ayotte is doubling down on the same extreme anti-women agenda that voters despise about Trump,” continued Miller. “Not only did Ayotte and Pence work together in Congress on a bill to allow hospitals to deny lifesaving medical care to women and efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, but Pence has actually said that working mothers emotionally stunt their children and as Governor of Indiana has signed some of the most anti-choice and anti-women’s health legislation in the country into law.” 

“Kelly Ayotte may be in full panic mode, but trading a candidate who boasts about attacks on women for someone who legislates them is cowardice, not courage,” said Dawn Laguens, head of Planned Parenthood Votes.  “Ayotte supported Trump as he made numerous offensive statements, and as he advocated legislation that would strip away women’s health and rights. Now she’s saying she’ll support Mike Pence, who has made a career out of attacking women’s health and rights. Kelly Ayotte can’t fool us, and she can’t fool voters: They both have spent their careers blocking access to women’s health care. This move is too little, too late.”

“Women in New Hampshire should not be fooled by Kelly Ayotte’s last-ditch effort to distance herself from Donald Trump,” said EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock. “She spent months standing by Donald Trump as he body shamed women, called them ‘fat pigs’ and ‘dogs,’ said that Mexicans were ‘criminals’ and ‘rapists,’ and said there should be ‘some form of punishment’ for women who have abortions. She even went so far as to say that Trump ‘absolutely’ is a role model.”  

“Kelly Ayotte knows that New Hampshire women won’t stand by a candidate who demeans women every chance he gets, and they won’t stand by a senator who agrees with Trump that Planned Parenthood should be defunded and wants to overturn Roe v. Wade. This move by Ayotte is completely political, and a blatant attempt to salvage her reelection bid in November,” added Schriock. 

“Republican leaders have nowhere to hide and nobody but themselves to blame for the situation they are in,” said NARAL Pro-Choice America President Ilyse Hogue. “Their flailing attempts to save their own political careers is the natural conclusion of a party that has spent decades telling women that it knew what was best for our bodies and our families. Be it Donald Trump, Mike Pence, or whichever anti-choice leader they end up favoring, they will still be pushing the same misogynistic agenda under different packaging.”

“After enabling Trump’s rise and pushing the same misogynistic agenda, the crass attempt by Sen. Ayotte, Congressman Heck, and other GOP leaders to save their own political careers with last-ditch denunciations is too little, too late. Standing up to a bully only when it suits your political interests isn’t courageous, it’s cowardly, and voters will hold them accountable,” added Hogue. 

National grassroots activism organization, MoveOn.Org also launched a new online ad targeting conservative Christian women in New Hampshire, urging them to vote for Clinton and Hassan.

“After more than a year of his unacceptable and indefensible remarks and behavior, Kelly Ayotte and other Republicans leaders continued to set aside their morals and stand beside Trump, enabling his campaign of bigotry, hatred, and sexism,” said Ilya Sheyman, executive director of MoveOn.org Political Action. “Enough is enough. Ayotte and the Republican Party have paved the way, and cheered along, as Trump relentlessly attacked women, veterans, Gold Star families, immigrants, people of color, people with disabilities, and other communities. Anything that Ayotte and other Republican leaders who backed Trump say now is too little, too late. Americans will reject Trump, and those who’ve stood with him, on November 8.”


Ayotte should have never connected herself with Donald Trump in any way. She should have rejected him from the beginning.  They always say, “hindsight is 20/20.”

Chris Sununu Remains Silent After His Endorsed Candidate, Donald Trump, Sexually Assaulted Women

Yesterday, the Washington Post posted a video from 2005 where Donald Trump was recorded making lewd comments about women and admitted to physically assaulting them.

“You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything… Grab them by the p—y. You can do anything,” Trump said in the video

Donald Trump is a vile excuse for a human being and should not even be allowed to run for President of the United States.

When he first started to campaign here in New Hampshire I thought he will never go anywhere. People know he is a conspiracy theorist and complete nut job, but his popularity grew.  Then I said he won’t win because polling data shows more people despise him that like him, yet his popularity grew.  He attacked women, immigrants, latino’s, and workers yet his popularity grew.

To this day, I still cannot understand how he became the Republican nominee for President.

However there has to come a point when reasonable people on both sides of the political aisle say, “enough is enough.”

There has been no word from Executive Councilor and Republican Candidate for Governor, Chris Sununu. He has previously stated that he will support and endorse the Republican nominee and that is Donald Trump.

NHDP Press Secretary Evan Lukaske called for Chris Sununu to “rescind his endorsement of Trump immediately.”

Sununu’s response: *crickets chirping*.

Executive Councilor and Democratic Candidate for Governor, Colin Van Ostern called Trump’s comments “disgusting,” and says “it’s too late to disavow Trump.”

“Donald Trump’s comments about women are disgusting,  It’s sickening that a candidate for president could set such a terrible example for my kids and all our kids.”

“It’s too late to disavow Donald Trump now.  When Chris Sununu stood with Donald Trump long after we learned that Trump called women ‘dogs’ and ‘pigs,’ it made it clear that politics was Councilor Sununu’s first priority. We need to disavow politicians like Chris Sununu who didn’t have the guts to stand up to Donald Trump when they could have stopped him,” added Van Ostern.

In some cases, silence speaks volumes. In Sununu’s case, his silence is deafening.  

Guinta’s Response is Unacceptable And Should Drop Support Of Trump Completely

Shea-Porter Campaign Calls on Guinta to Drop His Support for Trump Immediately. 

Rochester, NH— After waiting all night to see how Trump’s despicable comments would play-out politically, Frank Guinta released a hollow, non-statement that makes it clear that he is still endorsing and voting for Trump even though many other Republicans are denouncing him. Paul Ryan refused to campaign with Trump. Mike Pence, his running mate, says “I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them,” jumping off a sinking ship. Even Kelly Ayotte is now refusing to vote for him. Conservative Republicans all across the country, from Jason Chaffetz to Scott Garret to, are pulling their support.

Guinta must do the same and acknowledge that the man he has supported for president, Donald Trump, believes that he is entitled to sexually assault women. Simply calling these comments unacceptable and then moving on like nothing ever happened is precisely what’s stomach-turning about Frank Guinta. Frank Guinta says he wants to have “an honest conversation about the very real problems our state and country face.” But Frank deliberately ignores the issue—people have a very real problem with his nominee thinking that he can verbally and sexually assault women because he’s “a star.” 

While many Republican leaders called the video sickening and repugnant, Guinta’s statement included a hard pivot back to his own campaign. This comes as no surprise to those that have watched Frank Guinta over the years.

Frank Guinta will do anything to save his political career, including sticking with Donald Trump. Because Guinta’s response was embarrassingly inadequate, the Shea-Porter Campaign has decided to assist him. Here’s what Guinta should have said: “I find these comments utterly disgusting and repulsive. They are not just unacceptable, but completely disqualifying for public office. Women are not objects that can be groped whenever a star or wealthy individual sees fit. This is sexual assault, and I won’t stand for it or support a man who believes it’s okay. I will not vote for Donald Trump in November.”

Carol Shea-Porter released the following statement in response to Congressman Guinta’s illogical and insulting pivot: 

“Frank Guinta’s just brushed off Trump’s disgusting behavior. He must drop his support for the Republican nominee immediately. Trump’s comments were offensive, repulsive, disgusting, and inexcusable. It is very telling that Guinta continues to support, endorse, and vote for a man who feels that his stardom entitles him to sexually assault any women he finds attractive.”

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