RELEASE: Walt Havenstein’s Clueless Responses to Questions About New Hampshire’s Budget Reinforce Why He Can’t Be Allowed to Manage our State

Havenstein Can’t Point To A Single Thing He Would Change About Governor Hassan’s Bipartisan, Fiscally Responsible Solutions

Concord – Walt Havenstein’s clueless responses to questions about New Hampshire’s budget reinforces, once again, why Havenstein can’t be allowed to run our state. At his own press conference, Havenstein failed to name a single thing that he would change about Governor Hassan’s bipartisan, fiscally responsible solutions. In an effort to rescue a flailing Havenstein, Senator Morse also criticized the bipartisan plans to end the costly mental health and Medicaid Enhancement Tax (MET) lawsuits that threatened our state’s budget and bond rating, which passed unanimously in the Senate.


RELEASE: Hassan Campaign Statement on Anti-Women, Anti-Equality Changes to NHGOP Platform

Concord – Hassan Campaign Manager Marc Goldberg issued the following statement on the anti-women, anti-equality changes to the New Hampshire Republican Party’s platform:

“It’s shameful that Walt Havenstein failed to stand up to the extreme members of his party and block the anti-women, anti-equality changes to the New Hampshire Republican Party’s platform. Women’s health issues are economic issues, because if women can’t afford the basic health services they need or if they aren’t able to access reproductive health services that allow them to decide the right time in their lives to begin a family, then it puts a strain on them financially. And opposing marriage equality hurts thousands of loving New Hampshire couples and families who deserve the right to marry whom they choose. Havenstein and the New Hampshire Republican Party are completely out of touch with the priorities of Granite State families and would take us backwards, undoing years of bipartisan progress and undermining our economic future.”

Nashua Telegraph Letter: His Mind is Made Up in Governor’s Race

In deciding who to support at the polls this November, there were a few qualities I was specifically looking for. I want a candidate who combines compassion with pragmatism – an elected official who will look at the cards as they are dealt and figure out how they can use them to best help the people they were elected to lead in the most responsible way possible.

Hassan Campaign Launches “Veterans for Hassan”

Group Chaired by Griffin Dalianis Includes more than 150 Founding Members from Across New Hampshire

Manchester— Today, Governor Maggie Hassan’s campaign launched “Veterans for Hassan” with more than 150 veterans from across the state joining together to support the Governor’s re-election.

Griffin Dalianis, an Air Force veteran, will serve as the Chair of “Veterans for Hassan.” Dalianis previously co-chaired both “Veterans for Mitt Romney” and “Veterans for John McCain,” and also served as the New Hampshire co-chair of George W. Bush’s presidential campaign. Dalianis also chaired the State Veterans Advisory Committee for ten years, and served as chairman of the U.S. Veterans Administration Committee on Rehabilitation under President George W. Bush.


RELEASE: Hassan Campaign Launches New Ad Highlighting Walt Havenstein’s Troubling Record of Mismanagement as CEO of SAIC

While Havenstein Made Nearly $20 Million Implementing a Failed Strategy, SAIC Shed Thousands of Jobs, Lost Millions in Revenue, and Its Stock Price Nose-Dived

MANCHESTER — Today, Governor Maggie Hassan’s re-election campaign released a new television ad, “Consider This,” highlighting Walt Havenstein’s troubling record of mismanagement as CEO of SAIC. While Havenstein made nearly $20 million implementing a failed strategy for SAIC, the company shed thousands of jobs, lost millions of dollars in revenue, and its stock price nose-dived more than 30 percent.


RELEASE: Governor Hassan’s Campaign Announces General Election Debate Schedule

Campaign Accepts Invitations to Seven Fall Debates; Includes Two Live TV Debates and One Live Radio Debate

Manchester—Keeping with the New Hampshire tradition of a vibrant, accessible political process that allows voters to fully evaluate candidates for public office, Governor Maggie Hassan’s campaign announced its general election debate schedule today. The Governor has accepted invitations to seven debates, including two live television debates and one live radio debate.