Representative Ann 'Annie' McLane Kuster's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Ann 'Annie' McLane Kuster
Current Office: U.S. House - District 2, Democratic
First Elected: 11/06/2012
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 2
Primary Sept. 9, 2014
Gender: Female
Family: Husband: Brad; 2 Children: Zach, Travis
Birth Date: 09/05/1956
Birth Place: Concord, NH
Home City: Hopkinton, NH
Marilinda Garcia

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Gary Lambert

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Jim Lawrence

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Republican

Mike Little

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Republican

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6/24/14 Customer Protection and End User Relief Act 5/27/14 Kuster Announces Introduction of New Bill to Help Small Businesses Save Tax Dollars 5/08/14 Shea-Porter Leads Bipartisan Congressional Delegation Calling on FDA to Protect Small Businesses and Small Farmers 5/07/14 House Passes Kuster-backed Bill to Increase Access to Capital for New Hampshire Small Business and Families 3/21/14 Letter to John Boehner, Speaker of the House - Calling for Extension of Wind Energy Credit 3/05/14 Kuster Amendment to Help Increase Contracting Opportunities for Veteran-Owned Businesses Passes House Small Business Committee 2/18/14 Kuster Calls for Better Support to Women Business Leaders During Roundtable Discussion in Salem 1/29/14 Congresswoman Kuster Statement On President Obama's State of the Union Address 11/19/13 Friday in Nashua: Kuster to Host Career and Opportunities Fair 11/12/13 Kuster: With Clock Ticking, Congress Must Extend Unemployment Insurance for Granite State Families, Focus on Job Creation 11/07/13 Kuster Hosts 21st Century Workforce Roundtable at Omni Components in Hudson 11/07/13 Kuster Hosts 21st Century Workforce Roundtable at Omni Components in Hudson 11/06/13 Kuster Touts Plan to Cut Taxes on New Hampshire's Small Brewers at Seven Barrel Brewery In West Lebano 8/07/13 Kuster Expands "Make It In America" Jobs Plan with Workforce Development Bill 7/15/13 Union Leader - Research, Development Tax Credits Vital to NH Businesses, Rep. Kuster Says 5/30/13 Letter to Chairmen Crenshaw and Ranking Member Serrano - Protect Funding for NH Small Business Development Center 5/21/13 Online Sales Tax 4/25/13 Letter to House Speaker John Boehner - Internet Sales Tax Bad for New Hampshire Small Businesses 1/01/14 Issue Position: Fostering Job Creation and Economic Opportunity