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Friday, October 16, 2009

STEWARD Chowderfest Tomorrow

Don't forget about the STEWARD Stop the Spending Chowderfest tomorrow. We will be inside at the Portsmouth Brewary, so any weather won't be a concern. Here is the Portsmouth Herald's write up on the event, look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
While the chowder at the Steward of Prosperity's "Stop the Spending Chowderfest" may be the traditional white recipe, there will certainly be something of the red variety.

A host of potential Republican candidates for U.S. Senate will speak at Saturday's rally, including Kelly Ayotte, Jim Bender, Ovide Lamontagne and Portsmouth's Sean Mahoney.

Former New Hampshire House Speaker Doug Scamman, of Stratham, will deliver remarks about state spending.

It is no coincidence the group chose Portsmouth to hold its event, said spokesman Jeff Grappone. The Steward of Prosperity, a group committed to holding politicians in Concord and Washington accountable to the taxpayers, wanted to make sure current House Speaker Terie Norelli, D-Portsmouth, could hear their call for lower taxes.

"With the Democrats planning a tax summit in Concord next week, the timing and location of this event — in Speaker Norelli's hometown — is not coincidental," said Grappone. "We're making sure Democrat legislative leaders know that too much spending is what's busting the budget, not too few taxes. Saturday's Chowderfest provides a timely opportunity for fiscal conservatives to send a clear message: low taxes are the result of low spending."

The Chowderfest will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Redhook Ale Brewery, at Pease International Tradeport.

The event is billed by Steward founder Fred Tausch as a "golden opportunity" for fiscal conservatives to gather in opposition of wasteful spending.

"As we move closer to Election Day 2010, it's critical for Republicans to continue building enthusiasm and momentum," said Tausch. "There's no better way to do so than by rallying for fiscal conservatism — and enjoying some great chowder."

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