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Former U.S. Representative for New Hampshire's 1st congressional district - member of the Republican Party.
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ENG: Frank Guinta (born September 26, 1970)is a former U.S. Representative for New Hampshire's 1st congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served as the mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire, an alderman, a state representative and a congressional aide. On November 6th, 2012, Guinta lost the election to former Representative Carol Shea-Porter. He left the House of Representatives in January 2013. Early life, education, and business career Guinta, the son of Richard and Virginia Guinta, was born in Edison, New Jersey in 1970. He graduated from the Canterbury School, a Catholic boarding school in New Milford, Connecticut, and Assumption College, a four-year liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts (where he met his wife, Morgan).After their ...
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Making Washington Enforce Laws on Illegal Immigration


You and I, our families and neighbors, face a common problem. Between seven and 20 million people currently live and work in the United States illegally. They don’t pay local, state or federal taxes, yet they place an additional burden on government services and severely strain limited revenue sources. Because they came here illegally, there was no chance to check them for a criminal background. Their children attend public schools, adding to classroom size and diverting scarce education dollars. These problems keep mounting as people keep coming here illegally.I am not opposed to legal ...


Rep. Frank Guinta Cosponsors Chairman Smith's E-Verify Bill


Freshman Rep. Frank Guinta (R-N.H..) has cosponsored House Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith's Legal Workforce Act (H.R. 2885) that would require 100% of businesses to use E-Verify for new hires within 2 years. By cosponsoring Chairman Smith's bill, Rep. Guinta has now cosponsored at least one bill in two of our 5 Great Immigration Solution categories. Rep. Guinta represents New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District after defeating two-term incumbent Carol Shea-Porter last fall. In just his first term, Rep. Guinta has already earned a career B grade. ... Source: numbersusa.com


It should be easier to assess the government’s performance


Imagine sitting down at your computer and, with a click of your mouse, instantly learning which federal programs are producing effective results for your tax dollars, and which aren’t. And imagine reading it in plain, everyday English, too — not in the bureaucratic jargon that often comes out of Washington.The American people have a right to see in a clear and concise manner how every penny of their tax dollars is spent. For every federal program, you should be able to track the amount spent against that program’s measurable results. Equally important, elected officials need ...


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Republican Congressman Frank Guinta Says Hospitals Should Be Able To Turn Away The Uninsured
Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) In 2009, bold progressive Alan Grayson famously made headlines when he mocked Republicans by saying their health care plan consists of “Don’t get sick, and if you do get sick, die quickly.” New Hampshire Republican congressman Frank Guinta — who is locked in a heated re-election battle with bold progressive Carol Shea-Porter — is apparently determined on making that plan a reality. At a recent debate recorded by ThinkProgress’s Scott Keyes, Guinta told a moderator that it “shouldn’t be the case,” that 25 year-olds without insurance can get health care at the emergency room: MODERATOR: I’m 25 years old. There’s no mandate for me to purchase insurance. The emergency room at Memorial Hospital by law must treat me when I walk in the door, whether I have any money, whether I have any intent to pay or not, I have to be treated. Isn’t it a good Republican principle to say everybody ought to pay for their own
New Hampshire’s Political Winds Help New Hampshire’s Environment
Two years ago, Republicans dominated New Hampshire’s elections at every level, winning races for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, taking complete control of New Hampshire’s Executive Council, and locking up strong majorities in the state legislature.  On Tuesday, the political pendulum swung back in a way that is likely to end some unfortunate… The post New Hampshire’s Political Winds Help New Hampshire’s Environment appeared first on Conservation Law Foundation.
VIDEO: Republican Rep. Frank Guinta Gets Called Out Over His Stimulus Hypocrisy
Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) Republican Members of Congress love to bash the stimulus bill and then ask for stimulus dollars and tout its projects back home. In 2010, over 110 Republican lawmakers who voted against the stimulus bill simultaneously tried to take credit for stimulus projects in their districts and/or asked for more money. On Wednesday, Republican congressman Frank Guinta (NH) got called out by his bold progressive Democratic opponent Carol Shea-Porter over his own stimulus hypocrisy. Shea-Porter pointed out that Guinta criticizes the stimulus but that as the mayor of Manchester in 2009 and 2010 he requested stimulus funding for airport projects and other programs. “You actually loved the stimulus, when you were mayor and asked for money from me!” Shea-Porter said. Watch Shea-Porter call out Guinta: Guinta didn’t just ask for stimulus dollars. He even attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the airport project Shea-Porter referenced — a project that
Republican Congressman Frank Guinta’s Solution To Global Warming: More Oil Drilling
Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) In a debate with his bold progressive opponent Carol Shea-Porter on Friday, Republican congressman Frank Guinta (NH) had a novel solution to global warming: drill for more dirty fuels: MODERATOR: Are you concerned about greenhouse gases and climate change? If so, what specific action would you take to stem greenhouse gas use. If not, do you feel you’re gambling with our future? […] GUINTA: One of the bills that I authored and co-sponsored was an “all of the above energy policy.” I think with 19 million barrels of oil that we use today in America, and with seven million production I think we can both increase exploration and production and we can reduce usage through smart conservation programs. […] I think you can have greater exploration of fossil fuels and natural gas. Watch it (the relevant comments begin about a minute in): Other than a token reference to conservation, Guinta doesn’t seem to have any solution other than t



 
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