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A Message From New Hampshire Senator John Sununu

November 14, 2007

 Here is a video I found on NHGOP. Senator Sununu faces a tough re-election battle in 2008. His Democrat opponent is most likely former Governor Jeanne Shaheen, the woman responsible for instituting a state wide property tax. Please remember this when going to the polls next November.

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  1. November 15, 2007 3:54 am

    And please ask him to vote NO on this when it gets to the Senate — write to Gregg too!

    Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area [MA/NH] (H.R.1297, S. 827)

    HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) – The U.S. House of Representatives has approved legislation that would designate a new national heritage area in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

    The Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area would include 37 towns and cities in northern Massachusetts and eight towns in southern New Hampshire.

    The measure, which also designates five other national heritage areas in other parts of the country, now goes to the Senate. The bill authorizes $10 million in federal matching grants to establish the heritage areas.

    PAUL HODES was one of the sponsors and I’m sure CS Porter voted YES.
    This will ensure that at some point, your grandchildren will be under the control of the United Nations and not the US Constitution as the White Mountain National Forest is now designated as a ‘World Heritage’ area and ‘doesn’t belong to any one country’ according to the UN.


  2. November 16, 2007 1:01 am

    It seems like I’ve heard his name mentioned a lot and in a good way. Has he been a pretty conservative senator, especially being from New Hampshire?


  3. November 16, 2007 9:35 pm

    Yes Sununu has been a decent senator, although he was the first Republican to call for Alberto Gonzalez’s resignation, he has been right on most issues.
    It wasn’t until 2006 that New Hampshire went almost all blue, so he was elected in a time when New Hampshire was still able to think straight. If he wins re-election, which will be tough, next year it could be a good sign for the future of New Hampshire.


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