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Joe Kenney will be transpaprent to taxpayers & will represent all

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To The Daily Sun,

In 2011, the Obama administration made a decision to force New Hampshire taxpayers to fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business after the New Hampshire Executive Council voted to revoke $1.8 million contract. Planned Parenthood received the money in monthly disbursements from the Obama administration. Why does the Obama administration think it can ursurp the decisions from the New Hampshire elected officials to decline the renewal of the $1.8 million contract?

Joe Kenney is well aware of the Obama website. At the forum on Feb. 11, Joe spoke of the need to prevent "double dipping" in our state. We need to elect a person who is transparent to the taxpayers and has a vision for our state. Joe will represent all of the New Hampshire taxpayers.

Even though the state of New Hampshire turned down Planned Parenthood as a contractor, the Obama administration still pushed the unauthorized contract on our taxpayers. The usual suspects were involved. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, a pro-abortion Democrat, announced the grant through her office after writing to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, urging her to force the state to fund the abortion business. Mr. David Wheeler, an Executive Council member in 2011, was "concerned New Hampshire Health Commissioner Nick Toumpas was conspiring with the Obama administration to go over the heads of the council to restore the funding." We should not elect senators like Jeanne Shaheen to represent our state, who usurped the New Hampshire Constitution by her stratagem intended to deceive the taxpayers of the state.

Joe Kenney knows what our sovereign state needs: Honesty, adherence to moral and ethical principles and an uncompromising adherence to the rule of law.! At the forum, Joe covered all of these important taxpayers' issues.

Michael Cryans, as a county commissioner, refused to recuse himself from voting on a county appropriation to give Headrest Inc. $143,280, a company which pays him a substantial salary as its executive director. This behavior as a commissioner of Grafton County is unethical and the voters should decline his next appointment. Mr. Cryans puts himself before the taxpayers.

Vote for Joe Kenney in the election on March 11.

Rosemary Landry