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The junior United States Senator from New Hampshire, serving since 2011.
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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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NH Manufacturing Week & Other Updates
OCT 3 News From Senator Ayotte's Office Dear Friends, Yesterday in Manchester, I was glad to join members of New Hampshire's manufacturing industry at the 12th Annual Governors Advanced Manufacturing Summit -- part of New Hampshire Manufacturing Week. I appreciated the opportunity to update Granite Staters on my efforts to boost manufacturing - including bipartisan legislation I recently introduced to strengthen the manufacturing workforce and address regional skills challenges.  The Manufacturing Skills Act, which I introduced with Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), would help give states and local leaders the resources and flexibility they need to implement workforce training programs that fit their unique needs. Our state's high-tech manufacturing sector is a bright spot in our economy and a source of good-paying, sustainable jobs, and I'll continue my efforts to advance this common sense legislation. Click here to read more. On Monday, I visited Raytheon's fa
Supporting NH Innovation & More Updates
OCT 10 News From Senator Ayotte's Office Dear Friends, Today in Portsmouth, I joined members of the Portsmouth Police Department in hosting a roundtable discussion with local officials to hear about efforts in the Seacoast region to address heroin and prescription drug addiction, as well as synthetic drug abuse.  I received valuable input from local law enforcement personnel, first responders, and health care and treatment professionals about what they're experiencing on the front lines of this epidemic and ways I can help support their efforts - including through legislation like the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act.  This bipartisan bill, which I helped introduce, includes important steps to increase drug abuse prevention efforts, improve treatment for those struggling with addiction, ensure law enforcement has greater access to tools to fight drug abuse, and develop best practices for treatment, intervention, and pain management nationwide.&
Ayotte Presses Pentagon on Funding Shortfall for Military Funerals
WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, is encouraging the U.S. Army to address a funding shortfall for a program that ensures our veterans receive the dignified burials they deserve. This week, the New Hampshire National Guard came to Senator Ayotte with concerns about a lack of funding for the Military Funeral Honors (MFH) program. Under federal law and Department of Defense regulations, the Pentagon must provide military funeral honors for veterans upon request. Due to underfunding by the Army, the New Hampshire Army National Guard projects it could run out of money for the program in January. Senator Ayotte responded immediately to the Guard's concerns with a letter to Secretary of the Army John McHugh in support of the Army's efforts to address the MFH funding shortfall. 'We have a sacred obligation to provide our nation's veterans the benefits and respect they have earned,' wrote Senator Ayotte. 'When a veteran passe
Klobuchar, Ayotte Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Ensure National Guard and Reserve's Ability to Assist Victims of Sexual Assault
WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) have introduced a bipartisan bill to ensure the National Guard and Reserve's ability to assist victims of sexual assault. The Army recently released a directive expanding important legal services to certain victims of military sexual assault, but the directive fails to cover Guard members who become victims of sexual assault outside of their drill weekend or military duty. The National Guard and Reserve Access to Counsel Act would ensure survivors of sexual assault receive support services if there is any connection between the crime and their service. The bill would require the relevant service secretary to provide Special Victims Counsel to the member regardless of when the assault occurred. Representative John Kline has introduced similar legislation in the House. 'Our servicemembers put their lives on the line to support and protect our country, and we must support and protect them in return,' Klobuchar sai



 
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