Concord, NH - Today, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg continued his attacks on New Hampshire's voting laws. The NHGOP released the following statement :
“Pete Buttigieg really doesn’t get it," said New England College Student Jason Earnhardt. "It is far easier to vote in New Hampshire than it is to vote in Mayor Pete’s home state of Indiana. While Mayor Pete can erroneously smear Governor Sununu, I know that Governor Sununu will continue to fight for the people of New Hampshire against these out-of-state, and out-of-touch, Democrat assaults on our voting laws.”
Concord, NH - State Senator James Gray (R-Rochester) released the following statement regarding Governor Sununu's Medicaid to Schools Executive Order:
“This effort is about kids and not politics. It would appear that Senator Feltes would have preferred the entire Medicaid to Schools program in jeopardy by having the state take no action to comply with federal regulations. The work that was announced today was the result of weeks of bipartisan collaboration and cooperation. It has been a pleasure working with the Governor’s Office, Sen. Kahn, Representative Weber, Rep. Luneau and Rep. Myler. Absent at all of those meetings has been Sen. Feltes who is now attempting to insert himself into the effort with false statements and toxic partisanship. This is a complex issue and I would be happy to sit down with Sen. Feltes anytime to explain it to him.”
Concord, NH - NHGOP to release the “12 Taxes of Christmas” highlighting New Hampshire Democrats proposals to increase taxes and destroy the New Hampshire Advantage over the next 12 days.
“New Hampshire Democrats have filed or retained a record number of terrible bills, and we are holding them accountable,” said NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek. “From disastrous income taxes to taxing New Hampshire ski lift tickets and even a ban on paper receipts, New Hampshire Democrats are hell-bent on destroying the New Hampshire Advantage. As Granite Staters gather for the Holidays, we expect the Democrats’ 12 Taxes of Christmas will be the center of conversation. While Governor Sununu and Republicans in the legislature can defeat these terrible pieces of legislation this upcoming session, New Hampshire needs to elect Republican majorities in the House and Senate in 2020 to prevent future assaults on the New Hampshire Advantage.”