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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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(June 25, 2015) - In response to Governor Maggie Hassan's veto of the budget that passed the New Hampshire House and Senate yesterday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has vocally encouraged Granite State small businesses to relocate to his state. In a statement he released this afternoon, the Governor of the Lone Star State said, "Texas is wide open for New Hampshire businesses looking to escape the restrictive tax burdens solidified by Governor Hassan's unfortunate veto of the state budget."

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(June 25, 2015) - Derek Dufresne, spokesman for Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, released the following statement in response to Governor Maggie Hassan's budget veto.

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(June 22, 2015) - Last May, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire issued a Right to Know request of Governor Maggie Hassan's office regarding a taxpayer-funded trade trip she planned on taking to Turkey in June of 2014. Specifically, our organization wanted more information on how much the trip would cost taxpayers, especially due to the fact that only days prior to our request, she issued a travel ban on all out-of-state travel paid for out of the state's general fund. The Granite State was in the middle of a fiscal crisis at the time, and her executive order was in response to an anticipated budget shortfall.

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