Kelly Ayotte (R – NH) Senate

 
Kelly Ayotte (R – NH) Senate

Kelly A. Ayotte (born June 27, 1968) is the junior United States Senator from New Hampshire and a member of the Republican Party. Ayotte earlier served as the Attorney General of New Hampshire from 2004 to 2009 and is the youngest current female U.S. Senator. Read more

4 Thoughts to “Kelly Ayotte (R – NH) Senate”

  1. Lucien Beauley

    From a family member
    Please do not take this personally
    Subject: I do feel strongly about this!
    This is worth sending more thanonce.
    No one has been able to explain to me why young men and women serve in the
    U.S. military for 20 years, risking their lives protecting freedom, and only get
    50% of their pay on retirement, while politicians hold their political positions
    in the safe confines of the capital, protected by these same men and women, and
    receive full-pay retirement after serving one term. It just doesn’t make any sense.

    If each person who receives this will forward it on to 20 people, in three days,
    most people in The United States of America will have the message. This is
    one proposal that really should be passed around.

    Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution: “Congress shall
    make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply
    equally to the Senators and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law
    that applies to the Senators and/or Representatives that does not apply equally to
    the citizens of the United States.”

    You are one of my 20+. I passed it on … will you?

    If you choose not to, you still have made a choice, and these brave soldiers have given
    you that right!!

     
  2. John Hosty

    I’m completely broke after having my unemployment benefits abruptly terminated on December 28, 2013, like more than a million other Americans. We worked and earned our insurance, and without it many people are suffering. You have the power to help end that suffering, please pass S. 1845. Thank you and God Bless.

     
  3. Summertime

    She’s corrupt as they come. I’m from NH and as last year, at 16, was actively campaigning with the DP against her policies and damaging philosophies. I’m praying that at re-election, she doesn’t come back.

     
  4. IgCho

    I feel there was a bit of a bait and switch here. I think many New Hampshirites know there was a degree of corruption and zealotism amongst the local conservative action groups leading up to the election she originally ran in. She portrayed herself as a more moderate option, but in effect she hasn’t really accomplished much for her constituents and she seems shady as all get out considering some of her extra-curricular business and financial dealings in the state in her free time. She’s also supported many of the same zealots on the state level that I had thought she might be a change from in the first place.

     

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