Concord, N.H. – Yesterday, Governor Sununu presented the results of his “100 businesses in 100 days” initiative without naming any of the businesses or saying any business made a hard commitment to New Hampshire. Rather than meet one-on-one in person to address businesses’ needs, Sununu said he met with 20 businesses at once via webinar. The governor also highlighted Right-to-Work as a priority in his report, despite it being indefinitely postponed earlier this session, prohibiting it from being voted on again during Sununu’s term.
NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement:
“Governor Sununu always seems to be short on details. He wants us to take his word that he met with businesses without telling us a single company or saying they’ve committed to moving here. His secrecy clashes with his desire to get publicity and credit for his outreach campaign. Can we truly believe that all 127 companies mandated confidentiality? His reasons for secrecy are fairly transparent: it’s clear that Governor Sununu cut corners, bulk-ordering meetings via video conference rather than putting in the effort to address the needs of individual businesses one-on-one.”
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