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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Manchester, NH – After the New Hampshire Supreme Court decided earlier today not to rule on the constitutionality of the reckless and irresponsible education voucher law, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley issued the following statement: “It is disappointing that the New Hampshire Supreme Court refused to rule on the reckless, fiscally irresponsible and unconstitutional education […]
While New Hampshire Has Suffered From The Highest Percentage Of Jobs Lost To China, Brown Profited From Role With Company That Sent Jobs Overseas Manchester, NH – Just 48 hours before he entered the U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire, Scott Brown endorsed relying on low cost manufacturing bases in China and Mexico as a business strategy, […]
During Republican Debate, Brown Doubles Down on Serial Outsourcing Company that Pays Him $270K, Says He Won’t Resign Manchester, NH— In his first comments after days of public pressure and scrutiny on his ties to a controversial outsourcing company, Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown shockingly scoffed at Kadant’s proven outsourcing practices, instead doubling down on his […]
Manchester, NH – In response to yesterday’s baseless accusations made by the New Hampshire Republican Party, the Attorney General’s office issued a letter today fully dismissing the claim. In the letter, Associate Attorney General Richard Head wrote to the NHGOP, “Because your complaint fails to state any factual allegation that would constitute a violation of the State’s […]