What matters to conservative voters?

By Grant Bosse on June 8, 2011
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The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, New Hampshire’s leading free-market think tank, is pleased to partner with the Heritage Foundation and Americans for Prosperity for a panel discussion kicking off next week’s Republican Presidential Debate.

The GOP Primary Debate Kick-Off Luncheon, “Issues that Matter to Conservative Voters” will be on Monday, June 13th from 12:30pm to 1:30pm at the Auditorium at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on the campus of St. Anselm College in Manchester.

Josiah Bartlett Center President Charlie Arlinghaus will be joined by The Heritage Foundation’s Mike Franc and AFP-NH Director Corey Lewandowski. CNN Correspondent Tom Foreman will moderate the panel discussion.

“New Hampshire’s First in the Nation Primary is important because we expect candidates to address issues,” said Arlinghaus. “From balancing the budget, to health care, to foreign policy, New Hampshire voters expect anyone asking for their votes to be able to talk substantively about policy.”

CNN, WMUR, and the Union Leader are presenting the Republican Presidential primary debate at St A’s on Monday evening at 8pm. Seven GOP candidates will participate.

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