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Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire launches StrongNH.com

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Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire is proud to announce the full version of its website, www.StrongNH.com.

 

StrongNH.com gives Granite Staters the opportunity to learn where their elected officials stand on the important issues of limited government, lower taxes, and improving the economy. In addition to news and press releases, the new website offers a platform to showcase video tracking of New Hampshire's elected officials answering, or in some cases refusing to answer, the tough questions.

 

The website also offers the ability for concerned citizens to sign up for the organization's weekly e-newsletters and to volunteer for Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire. Volunteer opportunities include everything from attending one of our nightly phone banks in our Manchester office and writing letters to the editor to weekend door knocking programs and visibilities encouraging elected officials to support the issues of lower taxes, limited government, creating jobs, and improving the economy.  

   

Derek Dufresne, spokesman for Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, Inc, made the following statement:

 

"Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire is excited to launch www.StrongNH.com today as a new medium to educate Granite Staters on the many issues facing our state and country. 

 

"StrongNH.com will be an important tool in ensuring New Hampshire residents are educated on where our representatives stand on the issues. From showcasing video tracking to providing volunteer opportunities gauged at encouraging our elected officials to focus on lower taxes, limited government, and improving the economy, this website will help advance policies that will move New Hampshire forward." 

 

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.

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