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ENG: Kelly A. Ayotte (born June 27, 1968) is the junior United States Senator from New Hampshire and a member of the Republican Party. She earlier served as the Attorney General of New Hampshire. Early life Kelly Ayotte was born in Nashua, New Hampshire on June 27, 1968. She attended Nashua High School. She received a B.A. from Pennsylvania State University majoring in political science. In 1993, Ayotte graduated from Villanova University School of Law, where she had served as Editor of the Environmental Law Journal.Ayotte clerked for Sherman D. Horton Associate Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, for one year. From 1994 to 1998, she was an associate at the Manchester law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton.In 1998, she joined the office of the New Hampshire ...
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U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte Speaks to Politics Students

"When you hear about the war or the budget crisis from a reporter - that's news," said Amanda Peters ‘11. "But when you hear about these same things from a senator who has recently been to Afghanistan, and who will soon be returning to D.C. to deal with the budget - that's history in the making." Peters and about 30 fellow politics students got to experience history in the making directly from New Hampshire's Sen. Kelly Ayotte, who recently took a break from her duties in Washington to visit Saint Anselm College and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. Ayotte discussed what she has ...

GOP's Kelly Ayotte stresses 'meaningful debt reduction;'...

I’m Kelly Ayotte, the newly-elected senator from New Hampshire.The arrival of a new year brings a renewed sense of optimism and purpose-- an opportunity to take stock of the year just passed while looking forward to the promise of new beginnings.For Republicans, the start of the 112th Congress on Wednesday will mark the opening of a new chapter for our country and our party. We’re keenly aware that the American people are relying on us to change business as usual in Washington-- and we’re well-positioned to do just that. In the House, 87 new Republican members are set to ...

Ayotte: I saw pic of dead bin Laden

While Sen. Kelly Ayotte of Nashua declared she saw and clearly identified a photograph of a dead Osama bin Laden, a fellow Republican senator from neighboring Massachusetts claims photos he saw were fake. Ayotte made her statement hours before President Barack Obama announced he would not release photos to the public. “I do believe the photo should be released,” said Ayotte, a first-term Republican. ‘’We don’t want to see conspiracy theories develop, particularly among the terrorists.” In a telephone interview, Ayotte said she could not confirm the ...

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Shaheen, Ayotte Join Women Senators in Urging NFL Commissioner to Institute Zero-Tolerance Policy for Domestic Violence
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) today joined a bipartisan group of Senate women in writing National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell to urge the league to institute a zero-tolerance policy for domestic violence. 'We were shocked and disgusted by the images we saw this week of one of your players violently assaulting his now-wife and knocking her unconscious, and at new reports that the NFL may have received this video months ago. Tragically, this is not the only case of an NFL player allegedly assaulting a woman even within the last year,' the Senators wrote. 'We are deeply concerned that the NFL's new policy, announced last month, would allow a player to commit a violent act and return after a short suspension. If you violently assault a woman, you shouldn't get a second chance to play football in the NFL.' The Senators continued, 'It is long past time for the NFL to institute a real zero-tolerance policy and send a strong mess
Ayotte Statement on 13th Anniversary of 9/11
WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) today issued the following statement on the 13th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks: 'Thirteen years ago today, nearly 3,000 innocent Americans were murdered in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against our country. The pain of their loss endures, and today we pray for their families and renew our vow that we will never forget. We call to mind the courageous first responders, military men and women, and ordinary citizens who acted heroically in the face of evil and unimaginable horror on that terrible day. 'Today we also remember the four Americans killed two years ago in the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya. We honor the memory of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Tyrone Woods, Sean Smith, and Glen Doherty, and we will not rest until all of the terrorists responsible for their murder are brought to justice. 'The threats to our country have grown, and it is more important than ever that we
Senate Passes Ayotte Resolution Designating National Drug Take-Back Week and Heroin Abuse Awareness Month
WASHINGTON, DC - On Wednesday, the Senate unanimously passed a resolution introduced by U.S. Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) designating the week of October 27-November 2 as 'National Drug Take-Back Week' and the month of October as 'National Prescription Opioid and Heroin Abuse Awareness Month.' The resolution supports the goals of drug take-back efforts and calls for greater attention to the public health hazards of prescription drug abuse and heroin use. 'In New Hampshire and nationwide, we are facing a heroin crisis that is taking lives and devastating communities and families,' said Senator Ayotte. 'Abuse of prescription painkillers is too often a gateway to heroin use and addiction, and this bipartisan legislation will promote efforts to identify solutions to combat prescription opioid and heroin abuse, raise greater awareness, and encourage the safe disposal of unused and unwanted drugs.' Passage of Ayotte's resolution follows the Drug Enforcement Agency's
Ayotte Honored for Fighting for Service Members, Retirees, Veterans
WASHINGTON, DC - During a special ceremony on Capitol Hill today, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) was honored by The Military Coalition (TMC) - consisting of 5.5 million members and 33 organizations - for her leadership in protecting the vital interests of our nation's service members, retirees, veterans, and their families. In the wake of the unfair cuts to military pensions as part of the Senate budget deal last year, Senator Ayotte led the fight in Washington to restore military retiree benefits. The Military Coalition presented her with the 2014 Award of Merit. 'Budgets reflect priorities, and there is no higher priority for the federal government than protecting our country and taking care of our service members and veterans who put their lives on the line to keep us safe and free,' said Senator Ayotte. 'It was wrong to try to strike a budget deal on the backs of our veterans who have served so honorably and sacrificed so much-especially when Washington has not had the courag

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