RELEASE: Following Labor Day, Failed CEO Walt Havenstein Needs to Explain to New Hampshire Workers Why He Fudged the Job Numbers in His Economic “Plan”

Havenstein’s “Plan” Distorts Job Creation Numbers in Attempt to Mislead Voters; Hides Fact that NH is Already on Pace to Create 25,000 Private Sector Jobs in Two and a Half Years  Manchester, NH – Following Labor Day, failed CEO Walt Havenstein needs to explain to New Hampshire workers why he fudged the job numbers in […]

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ICYMI: Concord Monitor Editorial: “Candidates’ tax-cut plans wrongheaded”

Key Point: “Havenstein, if elected, would push to lower the state’s Business Profits Tax from 8.5 percent to 7.4 percent, something that he magically believes would create 25,000 new jobs. He offers no evidence to support that belief, and history suggests it’s misplaced. “What the tax cuts proposed by both candidates would do is reduce […]

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LABOR DAY ICYMI: Brown Opposes Minimum Wage But Keeps Cashing in From Company That Outsourced Jobs

LABOR DAY ICYMI: Brown Opposes Minimum Wage But Keeps Cashing in From Company That Outsourced Jobs Manchester, NH— In case you missed it, the Associated Press is highlighting this morning just how badly New Hampshire workers can’t afford to send Scott Brown to the Senate due to his opposition to increasing the minimum wage. An […]

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Legal Documents Show Brown Endorsed Outsourcing Strategy He Claims He Had No Knowledge Of

To Distract From His Endorsement of Shipping American Jobs Overseas, Brown Makes Dishonest Attacks About Senator Shaheen  Manchester, NH– Scott Brown’s signature on legal documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission just two days before announcing his run for Senate, prove absolutely false Brown’s claim that he had no knowledge that a company paying him more than […]

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ICYMI: Failed CEO Walt Havenstein’s Slide Continues as his Maryland Tax Evasion Scandal Reaches it’s 60th Day, Report Shows Multiple Campaign Finance Violations

Manchester, NH – This week, failed CEO Walt Havenstein’s flailing campaign continued to slide, as he refused to pay the thousands he owes Maryland taxpayers for a 60th day (and counting) and the Attorney General’s Office looks into his multiple campaign finance violations. “Amidst new questions about failed CEO Walt Havenstein’s numerous campaign finance violations and after 60 days of […]

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