Nov. 4, 2014 U.S. Senate

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Jeanne Shaheen Is Helping Build A Brighter Future For The People of New Hampshire

Bipartisan Work For New Hampshire.Jeanne Shaheen reached across the aisle to secure funding to expand I-93 and rebuild the Portsmouth Memorial Bridge.

Jobs For New Hampshire Workers. Senator Shaheen successfully prevented a round of base closures that would have put the jobs at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard at risk.

Jeanne also fought to create the Manchester Job Corps Center, which will give job skills to at-risk youth, and she got the Berlin prison to open, helping end years of gridlock.
Equal Pay For Women. Senator Shaheen voted for the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would help ensure women receive the same pay as men for the same work.

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As a Senator from Massachusetts, Scott Brown voted to give big oil more than $20 billion in taxpayer subsidies. Big oil and gas companies gave Brown nearly a half million dollars. (Vote 72, 5/17/11; Vote 63, 3/29/12)

The people of Massachusetts figured out Brown wasn't in it to help them and voted him out of office.

After losing his Senate seat, Brown got paid more than a quarter of a million dollars in cash and stocks for joining the board of Kadant, a company that shipped U.S. jobs to China. (Nashua Telegraph, 8/22/14)

Brown then took $1.3 million in stock from GDSI, a Florida-based cosmetics company turned weapons manufacturer that had no revenue, no manufacturing and no products, and was run by executives who were sued for fraud. (Boston Globe, 6/1/14; Heffington Post, 6/3/14)

Brown was getting rich, but he missed the limelight, so he moved to New Hampshire to run for the Senate.

You deserve a Senator who will help make your life better. Not his.

Say NO To Scott Brown

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"What matters most to me is helping the people of New Hampshire."

Helping the people of New Hampshire is the most important thing I do and the most satisfying.

Dear Friend:

As the only woman in America to be elected both Governor and U.S. Senator, I am proud that I have been a ble to make a real difference for people throughout New Hampshire.

As Governor, I expanded public kindergarten, which has enabled thousands of children to get on the early path to a good education.

As Senator, I recently introduced new legislation so students can refinance their college loans at lower rates.

I took on the big utility companies to lower people's electric bills and balanced state budgets to keep New Hampshire's taxes low and make our economy stronger.

As Senator, I am working across party lines on an energy bill that could save consumers billions and help create nearly 200,000 jobs.

To createjobs here in New Hampshire, I worked to secure funding for widening 1-93 and for the new Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth.

And, after years of partisan gridlock, I was able to secure the funding to finally open the Berlín prison, creating hundreds of new jobs.

I am also fighting for equal pay for women and to raise the mínimum wage.

I ask for your continued support so I can keep fighting for you and your family.
Jeanne Shaheen
Jeanne Shaheen

Senator Shaheen helped create New Hampshire jobs by:
•  Securing new funding for widening I-93, the new Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth and opening the new prison in Berlin.
•  Fighting to create the Manchester Job Corps Center, which will give job skills to at-risk youth
•  Helping craft the Small Business Jobs Act that included tax cuts and much-needed access to credit for small businesses.

SenatorShaheen cut through the bureaucracy to help veterans by:
•  Establishing new veterans clinics in Keene and the North Country
•  Opening a veterans center in Manchester.

•  To help lower the cost of college, Senator Shaheen recently introduced new legislation so students can refinance their college loans at lower rates.

  Senator Shaheen led the successful fight that ended 30 years of discrimination against women in the military who were denied access to abortion, even in the case of rape or incest. Her legislation provides health insurance coverage for abortion for women serving in the military who are victims of rape.

Senator Shaheen with her husband Billy, three daughters and two sons-in-law, their seven grandchildren and Coach the dog.

The Keene Sentinel

"Shaheen has provided strong leadership in Congress since her 2008 election to the Senate, which made her the first woman in the nation's history to be elected both governor and U.S. senator. Amidst a highly dysfunctional atmosphere in Washington, she's represented New Hampshire in the corridors of the Capitol with a calm and common-sense voice."
JANUARY 13, 2013

Concord Monitor
"It's easy to understand why plenty of New Hampshire voters admire U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. She is serious-minded and well-informed. She gets things done without excessive ego or grandstanding. She looks out for her constituents."
JULY 24, 2013

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