Amos Tuck Dinner with Mary Pat Christie – October 15

Amos Tuck Dinner – celebrating NH’s contribution to creating the Republican Party.  Join Mary Pat Christie and Sullivan County Republicans as we hear from candidates, campaigns, and enjoy pot roast, roasted potatoes, and maple sugar carrots.  A vegetarian option (flaky crust quiche with cheddar cheese and fall vegetables) is available, please order the correct ticket.

Gov. George Pataki will be at this event

This event is October 15 from 6-8PM in Newport, NH

There will be a cash bar in the room.

Spend an evening with friends as we learn about the candidates for President, Governor, and other offices.  We will update you as candidates and campaigns confirm their participation in this event.

You do NOT need a Paypal account to buy tickets.  After clicking checkout, just use the links for paying via credit card, PayPal Credit, or “pay offline” for checks.

Tickets –

For more information, contact Steven Smith at, or 603-826-5996

Campaigns confirmed to participate (this does not mean that the canddiates themselves are scheduled):

For President of the United States

Gov. George Pataki – (candidate confirmed)

Gov. Chris Christie – (Gov. Christie’s wife will attend)

Sen. Lindsay Graham – (campaign representative)

Gov. John Kasich – (campaign representative)

Mark Everson – (candidate confirmed)

Brooks Cullison – (candidate confirmed)

For Governor of New Hampshire
Rep. Frank Edelblut – (candidate confirmed)

Councilor Chris Sununu – (candidate confirmed)

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Hassan Silent On New Rates, Refuses To Promote Tax Relief In New Year
Concord – New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn today released the following statement regarding New Hampshire business tax rates being lowered at the beginning of 2016, despite Governor Hassan’s reckless budget veto and repeated attempts to block lowered tax rates:

“Granite State businesses can look forward to a better tax climate this year despite Governor Hassan’s repeated efforts to block tax relief with her reckless veto of the state budget. The governor’s spiteful refusal to promote New Hampshire’s lowered tax rates does the state’s economy and business reputation a significant disservice, and it is unfortunate that she would let past political differences undermine our state’s economic future. We congratulate the Legislature for their successful efforts to bring tax relief to hardworking Granite Staters and hope that the governor will work with the appropriate state agencies to begin competently promoting New Hampshire as an attractive location for job creation.”


Union Leader: “New Hampshire Is Lowering Its Business Tax Rates For The First Time In A Generation…But Gov. Maggie Hassan Isn’t Happy About It.” “Tomorrow, New Hampshire is lowering its business tax rates for the first time in a generation…But Gov. Maggie Hassan isn’t happy about it.” (Editorial, “The silent tax cut: Hassan hush on business taxes,” Union Leader, 12/30/15)

  • “Hassan Spent The Entire Legislative Session Railing Against Attempts To Bring Down New Hampshire’s High Business Tax Rates. She Vetoed A Balanced State Budget That Funded Drug Treatment Programs And Meals On Wheels In Order To Block The Rate Cuts.” (Editorial, “The silent tax cut: Hassan hush on business taxes,” Union Leader, 12/30/15)
  • “Maybe That’s Why Hassan Hasn’t Said A Word About Tax Rates Falling” “Maybe that’s why Hassan hasn’t said a word about tax rates falling tomorrow, or lifted a finger to let firms in other states know about New Hampshire’s improving business tax climate.” (Editorial, “The silent tax cut: Hassan hush on business taxes,” Union Leader, 12/30/15)
  • “It’s Not Like Hassan Is Shy About Sending Out News Releases.” (Editorial, “The silent tax cut: Hassan hush on business taxes,” Union Leader, 12/30/15)
  • “We Are Finally Fighting To Restore The New Hampshire Advantage…Not That Gov. Hassan Wants Anyone To Notice.” (Editorial, “The silent tax cut: Hassan hush on business taxes,” Union Leader, 12/30/15)
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OUTRAGEOUS – Democrats want you to pay for their hotel and drink bill

From the Washington Times:

Already struggling with finances, the Democratic Party has drafted a plan to have taxpayers help pay about $20 million for next summer’s nominating convention, reversing a change Congress approved just a year ago.

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who is also a congresswoman from Florida, has drafted a bill to restore money that both parties used to receive from the federal government to help defray the costs of running their quadrennial conventions.

The Congressional Budget Office revealed the move in a letter released Friday, which said Ms. Wasserman Schultz’s proposal to tap a presidential campaign fund would likely mean each party could get about $20 million in taxpayer money to help with costs

The DNC is facing tough financial circumstances. The latest report shows it had just $4.7 million in cash on hand as of Oct. 31, less than the $6.9 million in debts the committee reported. By contrast, the Republican National Committee reported $20.4 million in cash, offset by $1.9 million in debts.

Neither the DNC nor Ms. Wasserman Schultz’s congressional office returned messages seeking comment on her plans.

Republican National Committee spokeswoman Allison Moore said the party doesn’t need the help.


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