For Immediate Release: April 2, 2015
Contact: Alicia Preston


We the People, Not Washington Releases NH Steering Committee Members and Announces NH Office Location

Manchester, NH – Former New York Governor George Pataki is proud to announce the New Hampshire Steering Committee for his We the People, Not Washington Political Action Committee. The Steering Committee will assist Governor Pataki in advancing his agenda to empower citizens, dismantle the perpetual growth and overreach of the federal government, and reduce the size of the federal government. 

“I am very excited these great Granite Staters have joined our team. Some are new friends; some I’ve known for years. All have the same goals I do — reduce the size and scope of government, simplify the tax code, end the insider games in Washington D.C., and allow people their rights and individual freedoms,” Gov. Pataki said. “New Hampshire is in the spotlight every four years and with their help we can put this agenda in the spotlight too. I look forward to the guidance of these great folks to help pave the way for us all to take back America.” 

In addition, Governor Pataki is also pleased to announce We the People, Not Washington has obtained office space at 62 Lowell Street in Manchester, NH. Governor Pataki will be hosting a formal office opening that will be open to the public and the press on April 16th, the eve of the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Summit in Nashua, NH. 

NH Steering Committee for We the People, Not Washington, PAC

Senator Nancy Stiles — Senator Stiles is serving her third term representing District 24 in the Seacoast area. She is Chair of the Transportation Committee and Vice-Chair of Education. Senator Stiles lives in Hampton, NH.

Senator John Reagan — Senator Reagan is serving his second term in the New Hampshire Senate representing District 17 and lives in Deerfield, NH.  Senator Reagan serves as Chair of the Education Committee. 

Sue Prentiss — Sue is an active leader in the Republican Party and serves on the City Council in Lebanon, NH.  She is a paramedic and works in Emergency Medical Services in Concord.

Alissa Tweedie — Alissa is a New Hampshire native and veteran of the United States Navy who works on the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Alissa lives in Rye with her husband, Ray Tweedie, and their three children. 

Doug Palardy — Doug is successful businessman in the Seacoast. He is the Co-Owner of The Hotel Portsmouth and Founder of Ale House Inn. Doug also serves as a Board Member for 3S ArtSpace.

Senator David Currier —Senator Currier, a life-long republican, served 14 years in the NH House and Senate and lives in Bradford.  Senator Currier is owner and co-founder of the new and successful Henniker Brewing Company.

Ben Gamache — Ben is the successful owner of Gamache Properties, a real estate investment firm in Manchester, NH. Ben is a longtime supporter of Republican candidates in Manchester as well as statewide. 

Bruce Breton — Bruce is in his fourth term serving as a Selectman in Windham. A successful businessman, Bruce is also the former Chairman of the Windham GOP.

Paul Hamblett — Paul is a successful Real Estate Agent on the Seacoast and an active supporter of the Republican Party. Paul and his family live in Portsmouth. 

Purr Gow Whalley — Purr is the co-owner and Director of HK Powersports, a family business in Laconia. She is the recipient of the Norris Cotton Republican Award for both Merrimack and Belknap Counties. 

Kate Sisneroz — Kate and her family live in Stratham.  Kate serves as Director of Special Education at the Monarch School of New England in Rochester, NH


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