CONCORD, NH – The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire and members from across the Second Congressional District gathered at the Broadway Fire Station in Concord to announce their endorsement of Annie Kuster’s re-election to Congress. Congresswoman Kuster is seeking her third term representing New Hampshire’s Second District. 
“The public counts on firefighters and paramedics to arrive on scene in a moment’s notice and deliver for those in need,” said David Lang, President of the PFFNH. “Over her two terms serving in Washington, Annie Kuster time and again delivers for the working people of New Hampshire. Bringing people together and producing results, Annie Kuster holds true to New Hampshire values. We look forward to helping Annie return to Washington, D.C. and continue working on behalf of working families.” 
"Firefighters put their lives on the line every day to protect our communities and keep our families safe," said Congresswoman Kuster. "Whether responding to fires, vehicle emergencies, or medical incidents, we can count on these brave men and women to act with courage and professionalism. They are also tremendous partners in my work to combat the heroin epidemic and find solutions to address this crisis. I'm honored to receive the endorsement of the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, and I thank them fortheir tireless work on behalf of all Granite Staters. I know New Hampshire firefighters always have our backs and they know that I will always have theirs."

The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, headquartered in Concord, NH, is a state association chartered by the 43 Locals of the International Association of Fire Fighters in the Granite State, which represents approximately 2,000 active and retired firefighters and paramedics

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