Concord, NH – This weekend, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) took a tour of the North Country to meet with local voters and share her plans for moving the Granite State and our North Country forward. From kicking off a canvass in Littleton, to swinging by the beloved Littleton Diner, to giving a speech about what she’s fighting for in Congress at the annual Truman dinner in Gorham, Kuster got a chance to hear directly from local voters about the issues that matter to them.
“I had such a great time meeting with voters and hearing directly from them about what they want candidates to focus on this election season,” said Congresswoman Annie Kuster. “What I heard during this weekend’s tour is that North Country voters count on their elected officials to keep fighting for increased economic development in the area. I’ve been proud to push my Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity Agenda in Congress, which urges my fellow lawmakers to support initiatives that help our small businesses grow and create more jobs. I thank all the voters who took the time to chat with me this weekend during my tour, and I pledge to never stop fighting for their interests in Congress.”
Congresswoman Annie Kuster has made fighting to create more jobs and opportunity for Granite State workers her number one priority since taking office. She’s held a series of job fairs across the state, and she’s successfully fought back against overly burdensome government regulations that stunt our businesses’ ability to grow. The Congresswoman is up for reelection this November.