NHGOP PRESS

Victory in Epping!

For Immediate Release:
October 8, 2019
CONTACT:
Joe Sweeney
603-225-9341
Joe@nhgop.org

Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding Michael Vose's victory in Epping tonight:

“Michael Vose’s victory tonight in Epping is yet another indicator that voters support strong Republican leadership in New Hampshire. Voters rallied around Michael to send him to Concord to work with Governor Sununu in advancing a Republican agenda in our state’s government. With tonight’s win, the New Hampshire Republican Party is stronger than ever before - this is a clear sign we are prepared to take back the House, Senate, and Executive Council while re-electing Governor Chris Sununu next November.”

Budget Victory

For Immediate Release:
September 25, 2019
CONTACT:
Joe Sweeney
603-225-9341
Joe@nhgop.org

Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding today's budget victory, defeating the extremist budget proposal from Dan Feltes:

“Governor Sununu’s budget compromise is a clear defeat for Dan Feltes and his far left caucus’ extremist budget - it doesn’t include Feltes’ disastrous income tax or Democrats’ massive structural deficit. This budget does not increase taxes, and will likely lead to a further reduction in employer taxes when revenues come in over estimates due to our solid economic growth. This budget cut the Democrats’ structural deficit by $70 million and made investments in our Rainy Day fund. It provides property tax relief to our cities and towns, and no general fund dollars are going toward Medicaid Expansion. The state’s Hyde Amendment - prohibiting state funds being used for abortion - is intact. I applaud Governor Sununu and Republicans in the Legislature for getting the job done for the people of New Hampshire.”

NHGOP Statement on Budget Compromise

For Immediate Release:
September 24, 2019
CONTACT:
Joe Sweeney
603-225-9341
Joe@nhgop.org

Concord, NH - NHGOP Executive Director Elliot Gault released the following statement regarding Governor Sununu's announced budget compromise:

“Thanks to Governor Sununu's steady hand over the past several months, negotiations have delivered a fiscally responsible budget that slashes the structural deficit by 75%, does not increase taxes, provides cities and towns across the Granite State with much-needed property tax relief, and invests in the state's Rainy Day Fund. This budget is proof that Republican leadership delivers real results - without putting the financial well-being of the state at risk and without raising taxes. On behalf of all Granite Staters, we applaud Governor Sununu for standing his ground and delivering this commonsense, balanced budget.”