Tag Archives | Frank Guinta

About The Debates, And A Mention About My Big Brother John Splaine

Democratic candidates nationally, statewide, and locally have it so over the Republican candidates in all these debates. Okay, I’m somewhat biased, but I think that an objective view might come to the same conclusion. In the final three days of this final week before Election Day, I’ve maxed out on debate-watching. But to me it […]

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New Hampshire Herald

I was at the supermarket today and after picking up my groceries and prescriptions I stopped to grab a copy of the excellent Hippo Press.  Next to the stack of Hippos I noticed another free paper, this one with a large, grainy tabloid-style picture of Maggie Hassan on the cover with the text EXPOSED! Maggie’s […]

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Yes, the Issue is Fairness

Mitt Romney’s statement about the “47%” has gotten Americans debating  ”fairness.” Many families are struggling to pay the rent or mortgage, and many are unable to send their kids to college or save for retirement.  When they read about how income has soared for the top 1% and stayed flat or dropped for them, they […]

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NRCC Gets Frank (about ad spending)

Carol Shea-Porter’s return to congress just got a bit easier. The Hill Reports: The National Republican Congressional Committee has no airtime reserved for three of its most vulnerable incumbents, a sign they may think Reps. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.), Frank Guinta (R-N.H.) and Roscoe Bartlett (R-Md.) are beyond saving at this point. Of course your standard […]

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Donna Edwards in NH for Carol Shea-Porter

Last night, Congresswoman Donna Edwards spoke at a fundraiser for Carol Shea-Porter, in Gilmanton, NH. Carol Shea-Porter served 2 terms as the US Congressperson for NH CD-1. She was voted out during the noxious red tide that swept through the state (and the nation) in 2010.I met Donna Edwards for the first time in 2008, […]

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Frankie and Charlie Join Gossip Brigade

In casting their vote for the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CSIPA), New Hampshire’s two Congressmen have aligned themselves with the gossip-mongers in Washington.  The Electronic Frontier Foundation explains the expected evaporation of private communications on their site:http://cyberspying.eff.org/ While the First Amendment to the Constitution prohibits our agents of government from interfering with communications […]

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Frank Guinta Isn’t Working For Women

This is the first video in the series “Frank Guinta Isn’t Working” that I will be releasing over the course of the campaign. I welcome any feedback and suggestions for improving future videos. Transcript below the break. http://frankguintaisntworking…. Matthew Hancock, Democratic candidate for US House of Representatives, NH 1st Congressional District. MH2012.COMWith the ongoing Republican […]

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