FRANK GUINTA CAMPAIGNS TO “PUT NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRST” IN NEW TV AD
MANCHESTER, NH — Frank Guinta launched his second TV ad today. The ad presents a stark choice between Guinta — a Republican campaigning to “put New Hampshire first” — and Carol Shea-Porter and Shawn OConnor, two liberal “progressives” who would be “rubber stamps” for Hillary Clinton, if she were to win the presidency.
Shea-Porter, the Democrat nominee, promises to continue the Obama Administrations agenda of higher taxes, more government spending and a weak national defense. OConnor, an early supporter of Bernie Sanders, is a self-styled “true progressive.” His default position is more government involvement, like Shea-Porter, who voted for Obamacare. At the NH1 debate this week they both proposed greater federal involvement in the energy sector while increasing regulations that would wreck our economy and small businesses.
As Manchesters mayor, Guinta cut taxes, spending and balanced the citybudget, helping Manchester to become one of CNNs “Best Places to Live.” He worked with police to cut violent crime by 17 percent and recently received the endorsements of two law enforcement unions, as he campaigns to represent the First District.
In Congress, Guinta has also stood up to his own party, voting against the Obama-Boehner budget deal, trillion-dollar Omnibus spending bill, and taxpayer bailout for Puerto Rico. “Ill work with anyone, Republican or Democrat, to help Granite Staters improve their lives,” said Guinta, releasing his new ad, “but Ill never sacrifice my principles and always put New Hampshire first.”