Letters to the Editor

Negron for NH

October 26. 2018 6:43PM

To the Editor: Steve Negron truly embodies the small-town values that New Hampshire families stand for. He spent 15 years serving in the Air Force in the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Combat Crew and later in the Air Force Space Command. After retiring, Steve opened his own company. He has used (his) leadership expertise to assist him as a state rep.

He has earned the respect of his colleagues at the State House. He believes our small town, local values are not being well-represented in Washington. He knows we are worried about issues such as public safety, debt, border security, and veteran issues. As a representative he voted to lower taxes, cut the regulations that are strangling small businesses, and create an environment that allows businesses and individuals to thrive. Send Steve Negron to Washington on Nov. 6.

Rep. TIFFANY JOHNSON

Campton

Granite State Optimism

Republican state representatives are doing great things for our state. Cutting taxes, growing our economy, improving infrastructure, and protecting schools. All with out tax increases.

Posted by Committee to Elect House Republicans on Thursday, October 25, 2018

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Join ‘Team Negron for ‘The 72 hour Phones & Doors Weekend

Team Negron will be hosting ‘The 72 hour Phones & Doors Weekend’ – this will be Oct 19, 20, 21 – we ask for 90 minutes of calling and :30 minutes of training to advocate for Steve Negron for Congress.

We will have prizes for success, and great pub food. It will be at our offices at 71 Spitbrook Road Nashua.

Thank you and onto victory!

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Roadside Cleanup October 13!

2018 Spring Cleanup: Norm Dumont & Dick Spenard

Time to roll up your sleeves for the fall pick up of New Boston!  April Teshima, new Safety Director for New Boston GOP Adopt A Highway program, has scheduled the pick up for Saturday, October 13 at 9AM.  Meet at the entrance to the library (behind the post office) to receive a team assignment and your orange vest.  Our designated roadway is from the center of New Boston to Highland Road and is marked with safety signs during this one or two hour roadside cleanup. Youth participating (ages 11-15) will require a parental consent form available that morning.