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Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, Inc. is a diverse, nonpartisan coalition of concerned citizens, community leaders and other stakeholders concerned with promoting and preserving strong families and a strong economy for New Hampshire.

Create Jobs

We believe the best way to grow New Hampshire's economy is to create and attract good paying jobs.

Limit Government

We believe that the pursuit of happiness depends upon individual liberty and limited government.

Lower Taxes

Rather than burdening New Hampshire families with more taxes, our representatives in New Hampshire and Washington should be focused on reducing spending by cutting government waste.




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(July 24, 2014) - It's #TBT (Throwback Thursday in social media world), and six years ago this week, on July 23, 2008, Jeanne Shaheen released a "plan" to lower gas prices.  This "plan" was referenced in an August 4, 2008 Union Leader editorial. She also promised to not take any financial contributions from "Big Oil." This was all in tandem with incessant finger pointing at former U.S. Senator John Sununu, where she blamed the former senator for what Granite Staters were paying at the pump, which was around $4.00 a gallon. 
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(July 23, 2014) - Magellan Strategies BR today released the survey results today of an automated survey of 1,618 likely New Hampshire voters.  The survey was conducted July 16-17. The margin of error for a survey of this size is 2.43%.  The survey was commissioned by Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire.  Aided by a dismal political environment, Scott Brown is within 5 points of defeating Jeanne Shaheen.
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By Derek Dufresne:


For as long as most of us can remember, our elected officials, regardless of political party, have made themselves available to their constituents by hosting Town Hall meetings. Next to our autumn foliage, nothing is more 'New England' than a lawmaker discussing the important issues inside one of our many historic meetinghouses.


Putting aside the nostalgia, Town Hall meetings are a crucial way for our elected officials to report back to us on what they've been doing in Washington. More importantly, it is also the most direct way for them to hear from their constituents. Here in New Hampshire, we've especially grown accustom to our two Members of Congress hosting multiple Town Hall meetings when they are on recesses. Sadly, that tradition's future looks pretty bleak. In fact, if Congresswoman Annie Kuster's (NH-02) first term is any indication of where our New Hampshire Town Hall custom is headed, it is already on life support.

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