Here’s a solution: rescind the fucking funding. Pronto.
Reacting to Castro’s comments, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Raymond Buckley told WMUR, “I can imagine he’s frustrated but blaming his campaign’s challenges on the voters of Iowa and New Hampshire is a bit much.”
Man, he never stops whining, does he?
Surely his comments that the first four states aren’t diverse enough has NOTHING to do with the fact that his poll numners are in the basement.
Number one, don’t expect to do well in retail campaigning state without showing up. And more importantly, when you are asking for the most powerful job in the Western World don’t be a whiny little bitch when things don’t go your way.
“The campaign has made a strategic decision to realign resources to go all-in on Iowa, resulting in office closures and staff realignments and reductions in New Hampshire,” said spokesman Nate Evans.
…The campaign’s field organizers working in the state were all laid off Thursday, per a campaign source. The remaining skeletal staff will work out of Manchester.
The office there appeared closed and empty during two visits in the morning, but a light was on later in the day. A man walked out in the early afternoon and said the campaign was going well. There were still dozens of bright yellow lawn signs, a big drawing of the phonetic pronunciation of “Kamala” and information about how to receive text messages from the campaign.
New Hampshire has never been seen as a priority for Harris, though until this week she had insisted that she intended to compete vigorously here.
…The top-tier Democratic candidates have dozens of staffers on the ground here, some over 60, with offices in each of the ten counties throughout the state.
Dang…. Not even gonna file in person? Guess she’s all in on not getting a single vote in NH.
Shaheen was selected for her leadership in championing policies that provide tax relief for all brewers and beer importers and encouraged free trade.
…New Hampshire is home to 116 breweries, and the beer industry helps create 13,000 jobs in the state.
Shaheen cosponsored the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (S. 362) to provide permanent excise tax relief to America’s brewers and beer importers, ensuring they have the resources to reinvest in their businesses, hire new employees and continue to innovate and create America’s favorite beers. She also cosponsored the Aluminum Pricing Examination (APEX) Act (S. 1953) to allow more oversight and investigation into the aluminum market, providing transparency and stability brewers need to can their beer for consumers.