NHGOP STATEMENT ON TIM KAINE’S VISIT TO NEW HAMPSHIRE

NHGOP STATEMENT ON TIM KAINE’S VISIT TO NEW HAMPSHIRE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE9/1/2016
Press Contact: Ross Berry, press@nhgop.org

CONCORD – Today, New Hampshire Republican State Committee (NHGOP) Chairman Jennifer Horn issued the following statement on Tim Kaine’s visit to New Hampshire:

“On behalf of the NHGOP, I welcome Tim Kaine to New Hampshire. Since it’s been 271 days since his running mate Hillary Clinton has held a press conference, we invite Senator Kaine to have one right here in the Granite State to answer some of the questions surrounding the campaign:

  • Why did Hillary Clinton repeatedly lie about her email server that was deemed ‘extremely careless’ by the FBI?
  • Why were emails about the Benghazi attack not turned over to the FBI?
  • Why did Hillary Clinton continue to email classified information after she left the State Department?
  • Why were there pay-to-play dealings between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation?
  • Is Hillary Clinton honest and trustworthy?
“New Hampshire voters and the media deserve to hear the truth.”
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About Rep. Steven Smith

Steven Smith is a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, serving his fourth term. Rep. Smith currently represents Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, and Washington. Rep. Smith is the Chairman of the House Transportation Committee.
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