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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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(September 17, 2014) - Today, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire is launching a new microsite at  The site focuses on the failed votes and policy positions Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Governor Maggie Hassan, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01), and Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) have taken, and highlights them as a reason for why the four aforementioned elected officials are hiding from Granite Staters with their refusal to hold public Town Hall meetings. 


Last month, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire launched a smaller site and a web video focusing solely on Senator Jeanne Shaheen's record.

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(September 15, 2014) - MANCHESTER, N.H. - A poll commissioned for a locally-based Republican third-party group showed Republican Senate nominee Scott Brown leading Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen for the first time since April.


Since Brown had just 1.6 percentage point lead, well within the margin of error, poll number might be more about optics and politics that it is suggesting anything other than the race is tied.

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(September 15, 2014) - Today, Magellan Strategies BR released the results of a New Hampshire statewide survey conducted September 10-11, 2014. The automated survey of 2,214 likely voters has a margin of error of +/- 2.0%.  The survey was commissioned by Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire. 


WMUR-TV's James Pindell first reported on the poll earlier today.


Download the full summary by clicking HERE.


Download the survey presentation by clicking HERE.

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