Conservative issues group launches web site
CONCORD -- The conservative issues advocacy group Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire has launched a web site it says will give Granite Staters an opportunity “to learn where their elected officials stand on the important issues of limited government, lower taxes, and improving the economy.”
The group says that in addition to news and press releases, the site, StrongNH.com, will show “video tracking of New Hampshire’s elected officials answering, or in some cases refusing to answer, the tough questions.”
The website also offers weekly e-newsletters and an area to sign up for volunteer work, the group says.
Group spokesman Derek Dufresne said, “StrongNH.com will be an important tool in ensuring New Hampshire residents are educated on where our representatives stand on the issues” and “ help advance policies that will move New Hampshire forward.”