Jennifer Horn ready to run for re-election as NH GOP chair

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Jennifer Horn, at a November New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women event in Concord.
Jennifer Horn, at a November New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women event in Concord.

MANCHESTER, NHNH GOP chair Jennifer Horn is ready for another round in the thick of things, as she has announced  her bid for re-election as the state party chair.

According to NH Journal, Horn is standing on a platform that includes measurable progress in bridging party divides and financial solid ground:

“Over the past two years we have made great progress in many areas,” Horn wrote in an email to members of the NH GOP executive committee this morning. She wrote that such progress included “repairing the divisions” in the party, “measurable electoral success,” improvements in “data and upgrading our technology,” and “a successful messaging and communications operation.”

She also wrote that the NH GOP is financially “sound,” ending the year “with nearly $200,000 in the bank.” She wrote that $3 million “passed through the party” in the 2014 cycle, including party fundraising that matched 2010, “RNC support for the field operation” and “generous joint fundraising efforts with (candidate for the U.S. Senate) Scott Brown.”

You can read the full story here at NH Journal.

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  • Pete623

    Jennifer Horn is definitely not going to get many votes this year, especially after declaring she doesn’t support legalisation of cannabis. Wake up lady , you don’t have a clue.

  • Pete623, too late. This story is from December, and Jennifer was reelected.