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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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The Citizen: Ayotte vows to help overcome drug epidemic
By Ed Pierce LACONIA - U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) has weighed in on the drug epidemic gripping the state and vows to do whatever she can to eradicate substance abuse in New Hampshire. 'The heroin and prescription opioid crisis in New Hampshire is taking lives, ruining families and harming communities everywhere, including Laconia, which has already reported five overdose deaths this year,' Ayotte said. 'Earlier this year, first responders in the city said they were responding to citizens with opioid-related issues almost every shift.' She said statistics confirm that New Hampshire is confronted with a major emergency as a result of the drug epidemic. 'In 2014, there were 321 fatal drug-related overdoses in our state, up from 193 in 2013,' Ayotte said. 'And heroin and fentanyl were the primary drivers of nearly 250 of those deaths. Last year, fentanyl factored in to 145 overdose deaths, while heroin played a role in 98 deaths.' Ayotte said responding to the crisis will take a coord
Ayotte Helps Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Access to Mammograms for Women 40 and Older
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Earlier this week, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) joined Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) in introducing the Protect Access to Lifesaving Screenings (PALS) Act (S. 1926) to protect access to annual mammogram screenings for women ages 40 to 74. Companion legislation was introduced in the House of Representatives last week by Congresswomen Renee Ellmers (R-NC) and Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL). 'Preventive screenings play a critical role in the early detection of breast cancer and can help save women's lives,' said Senator Ayotte. 'The USPSTF recommendations could impede access to these life-saving screenings and I am pleased to work with Senator Mikulski to ensure that women, in consultation with their doctors, are able to make their own health care decisions.' In April 2015, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), an independent advisory panel proposed changes to the national breast screening guidelines that would undermine access to mammography for 22
Senate Unanimously Passes Ayotte Ovarian Cancer Resolution
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Senate today unanimously approved a resolution introduced by U.S. Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) designating September as 'National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.' 'I am pleased that the Senate is helping to raise awareness about ovarian cancer by passing this resolution. As the deadliest of all gynecologic cancers and a disease that lacks adequate early detection testing, ovarian cancer is one of the leading killers of women in the U.S. and around the world,' said Senator Ayotte. 'Designating September as National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month will help bring greater attention to the importance of supporting research on early detection methods and boosting prevention efforts, potentially helping to save the lives of countless women.' The full text of the resolution can be found here. ###  
Ayotte Introduces Bill to Support Workers with Disabilities
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Earlier this week, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) introduced the Transitioning to Integrated and Meaningful Employment (TIME) Act (S. 2001) to end discriminatory wage practices that put workers with disabilities at a disadvantage when seeking competitive and meaningful employment. 'My home state of New Hampshire has been a leader in supporting and empowering workers with disabilities, and recently became the first state in the country to ban discriminatory wage practices that put workers with disabilities at a disadvantage,' Senator Ayotte said. 'This legislation will project New Hampshire's leadership on the issue throughout the country, ensuring that workers with disabilities are treated equally and do not have to work in an environment where their wages and expectations are lower than those of workers without disabilities. Twenty-five years after enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals with disabilities are now able to live quality lives an

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