MESSAGE FROM THE REPUBLICAN LEADER

House Republicans and Friends Across New Hampshire,
This week our caucus defended the House against numerous assaults upon our institution launched by the Democrat Party. Likewise, Washington Democrats’ bogus deadline for New Hampshire to concede the First in the Nation Primary passed, and I am happy to report that our entire State Legislature will continue to disappoint these would-be usurpers as we stand with the Secretary of State to protect our elections from gross overreach into state affairs.

Furthermore, this week we heard the Governor speak in his inaugural address about the importance of efficiently managing the People‚Äôs money without adding new taxes or fees. We also heard the governor speak about the importance of protecting parents from big government. I concur with Governor Sununu and his endorsement of a balanced budget with additional tax relief and the primacy of parents’ rights. I hope that we can count on his support to help make those a reality in the upcoming session. 

Finally, I agree with the Governor that New Hampshire is the best of all fifty states to live, work, and raise a family in. I am also thankful for the liberty that empowers our citizens to participate in governance, but also the liberty to live free from excessive burdens arbitrarily enforced by state or local government. I will never stop fighting to ensure that it is the individual who is empowered to embrace the freedoms endowed by our Creator.

All the best, Jason Osborne, House Majority Leader

Don’t skip steps

House Republicans and Friends Across New Hampshire,

In just over 2 weeks, you will have to make a choice about what the future of our state looks like. I hope that you recognize the hard work that our caucus has done to stand up to Joe Biden and the New Hampshire Democrats’ radical, extremist agenda.

These last two years, we saw Democrats propose outrageous burdensome legislation. From voting to let the Federal Government restrict your second amendment rights to opposing your civil liberties in times of emergency, the Democrats’ want total control over you, and to make sure that you go broke in the process thanks to the rampant inflation that they caused.

By voting Republican down the ballot, you stand up for the hundreds of millions of dollars in tax cuts that we sent you, the school choice and freedom that thousands of Granite State children now enjoy, and the countless other times that our caucus has fought to expand our liberty and slam the door on Joe Biden and his Washington DC cronies.

The stakes this November could not be higher. New Hampshire simply cannot afford to allow Democrats to turn Concord into Washington D.C.
All the best, Jason Osborne, House Majority Leader