Born to Rich and Virginia Guinta, Frank grew up in a loving family with a younger sister and brother. He was the first person in his family to graduate from college when he completed his studies at Assumption College where he also met his wife, Morgan. He went on to graduate from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord with a Masters Degree in Intellectual Property.
Frank began his professional career in the private sector and saw the expansive regulatory system that was hampering growth and slowing job creation. Combined with his long held passion for public service, he decided to seek office to ensure others had the same opportunities he had. It is this passion and the trust he has gained from his fellow Granite Staters that has brought him from Manchesters City Hall to Capitol Hill.
He ran for office not to make a career, but to make a difference. Not only does he believe in term limits, but also he has held himself to that standard, having only served two terms as Alderman and Mayor respectively.
As Mayor of New Hampshires largest city, Frank took on the task of restoring order and discipline to Manchester’s finances. Putting partisan politics aside, Frank worked with Republicans and Democrats to chart a new course for the City. In doing so, the Citys services and finances improved dramatically.
In fact, during Franks tenure as Mayor, Manchester ranked one of the best cities in America to live and launch a business.
Frank successfully fought for a reduction in spending, delivered the citys first tax cut in a decade, and slashed municipal borrowing by 50%. He was able to accomplish these successes even though the Board of Alderman was comprised of a supermajority of members from the opposite political party. Because of his leadership, Manchester’s economy grew and the Queen City became a better place to live.
This is the common sense leadership desperately needed in Washington.
While serving New Hampshire in Congress, his top priority was growing the middle class. He worked to achieve this goal in a number of different ways. Namely, he fought to repeal and replace Obamacare, which continues to devastate the middle class through a combination of taxes, a reduction in the workweek while also putting in place barriers for hiring that hamper small business growth.
Frank also began his “Getting Granite Staters Back to Work” Initiative, through which, he held six job fairs including one specifically for military veterans, a Women’s Conference and several Manufacturers summits as well.
As your Congressman, Frank will continue fighting to protect and preserve Social Security and Medicare to ensure that future generations have access to these vital programs. He will build on the reputation he earned as an accessible representative having held District Discussions and town halls throughout the District. Lastly, constituents will have their letters responded to within two days, as was standard operating procedure.
Frank and Morgan live in Manchester with their daughter Colby, and son Jack.