Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding Senate Democrat Leader Dan Feltes' failing to comply with Jessica's Law.
“Senate Democrat Majority Leader Dan Feltes ought to be ashamed of himself. This clear disregard for Jessica’s Law is disappointing behavior from one of the top New Hampshire Democrats. As Feltes explores a run for governor, he should be exploring an auto store for a snow rake or brush."
"Fully clearing the snow from our cars should be practiced by all Granite Staters, and it’s a shame to see this lack of attention paid by Senator Feltes.”
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding President Trump's decisive leadership in securing our border:
"President Trump is doing everything he can to fulfill his campaign promise and strengthen our southern border. While Democrats in Congress simply obstructed and resisted critical investments in our border security since his election, President Trump is showing the country that he is getting the job done. Under President Trump’s decisive leadership, our country will be safer and stronger than ever before. The President is utilizing every option he has to protect our nation, prevent future mass migration through the southern border, all while combating a major source of opioids and fentanyl that has plagued our nation and the state of New Hampshire."
"It would have been nice if New Hampshire’s Federal Delegation, Senator Shaheen, Senator Hassan, Congresswoman Kuster, and Congressman Pappas, worked with the President to deliver border protections, but they decided to play politics with our national security instead. The people of New Hampshire will remember how limited their leadership on this issue was, and will replace them with leaders who will put America First."
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee Bill Weld:
"The Republican Party is a big tent, but someone who endorsed Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 and supported Hillary Clinton in 2016 as the Libertarian Party’s Vice Presidential nominee really needs to think about how welcome he is in the Republican Party."
"Bill Weld declared he would be a “Libertarian for life” at the 2016 Libertarian national convention, and within three years he’s switched back to being a Republican to run against our President. In 2016, he also bragged about giving Hillary Clinton a win in New Hampshire - I don’t expect his campaign to get very far among Republican primary voters."
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