Joe Kenney for Executive Council
Joe Kenney for Executive Council
   

Councilor Joe Kenney                On The Road With Results...

If it's a Problem for You, It's a Problem for Me.

How do you solve 20 requests a week? Joe knows because he has done it.

Only candidate with state house experience solving problems and helping for people for years


NO ONE can replace Ray. He was a dear friend to all of us.

Ray was one of first to endorse me for Governor. I spent many years as a young legislator in the House learning and working with Ray at the State House.


While in the Senate 14 years later as a collegue he was still teaching me.

I was proud to have worked with him at the State House on many projects.

As Chairman of Transportation, I worked with him to secure funding for the Conway Scenic Vista and I know how devoted he was to his constituents.


I want to bring you the kind of leadership and experience you deserve and I will always be available to have a cup of joe.

Welcome to Our Coffee House Campaign!

 

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Meredith Event: Joe Kenney shows why he is the right choice

Kenney Proves Why Experience Matters, Winning the League of Women Voters Debate in Meredith
Cryans Claims he's not sure what the term "Judicial Activism" Means


Meredith, NH - In the first major gaffe of inexperience County Commissioner Mike Cryans admits he doesn't know what the term "Judicial Activism" means when asked by an audience member how he would prevent it. This is a response to be expected of a candidate who has only been a County Commissioner and has no legislative or state government qualifications. Voters need to ask themselves, "Should this be the man we entrust with appointing judges?" This is yet another example of why Cryans is simply not qualified for the job of Executive Council. 

The County Commissioner's inexperience was made all the more clear by Former Senator and Representative Joe Kenney's experience and his intelligent replies to question after question. Kenney gave examples of how he and Burton had put many of the projects in the ten year highway plan when Kenney was Senate Chairman of Transportation. These projects benefited north country, before the plan was a plan Kenney and Burton lobbied the legislature for items that were in their common district of Senate District 3. In fact, they cut the ribbon together after securing the last piece of funding needed for the Conway Scenic Vista. 

Questions ranged from the loss of NH Hospitals under Obamacare to the need for privatization. In example after example Kenney also provided evidence of how he had helped people because he knew the system, the departments, and the people for 14 years and knew who to call when a constituent had a problem. Cryans said he could not turn the clock back and gain that experience. Kenney stressed that the job was about helping people and that given he is the only candidate who can hit the ground running he is the best person to help constituents on day one. Holding up a State Directory Kenney asked Cryans, "What are you going to do when 20 people call you and you have to know who is in this book and what they do to help them? I know this book because I lived it for 14 years. I know how to navigate state government when someone has a problem."

Attending to support Senator Kenney were Executive Councilor Chris Sununu. In a show of unity both of Kenney's primary opponents were also present.

 

 

Latest News - GREAT CROWD IN COLEBROOK!

 


Kenney Promotes Small Businesses With Unique Coffee House Events Starting with Colebrook's Moose Muck Coffee House

We hope Ray Burton would have loved the way Joe is running his campaign by engaging people and seeking their endorsement.It is very Burtonesque. Moose Muck owners deserve some statewide publicity and we want to help local business owners by making our campaign itself attract business for them. Who will win the coffee? Bring your camera's and catch a cup of joe with joe!

Joe Kenney is not just talking the talk with a totally unique campaign idea he is walking the walk. The former Senator from Dist 3 and candidate for Executive Council is beginning a tour of coffee shops and mom and pop restaurants promoting the New Hampshire Brand with an interesting twist. The first person to post their photo with Joe in the Moose Muck Coffee House on the Joe Kenney for Executive Council Facebook page will win a free pound of Moose Muck Coffee. As Kenney travels around the district he will be promoting locally owned brands and restaurants.

His message buy local support local and help the local economy. Also, Joe will be meeting people hearing their issues and letting them know why he believes that we need an Executive Council who has already served in state government and knows how to resolve problems for his constituents because he knows how state government works. As a 14 year legislator Joe is the only candidate with State House experience. He has the contacts and experience to help constituents which is what government should be about. Joe is a 30 plus year Marine who served in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Colebrook launches the tour which includes stops in

Friday Dec 20th in Colebrook at the Moose Muck Coffee House at 9:30am

Sunday Dec 29th Joe will be at the Northland Restaurant in Berlin at 1:00pm for his Catch a Cup of Joe Event

Monday Jan 6th There will be 2 Catch a Cup of Joe Events One at the Coffee Pot in Littleton at 9am and One at the Littleton Diner at 11am

 

Meredith Event: Joe Kenney shows why he is the right choice

Kenney Proves Why Experience Matters, Winning the League of Women Voters Debate in Meredith
Cryans Claims he's not sure what the term "Judicial Activism" Means


Meredith, NH - In the first major gaffe of inexperience County Commissioner Mike Cryans admits he doesn't know what the term "Judicial Activism" means when asked by an audience member how he would prevent it. This is a response to be expected of a candidate who has only been a County Commissioner and has no legislative or state government qualifications. Voters need to ask themselves, "Should this be the man we entrust with appointing judges?" This is yet another example of why Cryans is simply not qualified for the job of Executive Council. 

The County Commissioner's inexperience was made all the more clear by Former Senator and Representative Joe Kenney's experience and his intelligent replies to question after question. Kenney gave examples of how he and Burton had put many of the projects in the ten year highway plan when Kenney was Senate Chairman of Transportation. These projects benefited north country, before the plan was a plan Kenney and Burton lobbied the legislature for items that were in their common district of Senate District 3. In fact, they cut the ribbon together after securing the last piece of funding needed for the Conway Scenic Vista. 

Questions ranged from the loss of NH Hospitals under Obamacare to the need for privatization. In example after example Kenney also provided evidence of how he had helped people because he knew the system, the departments, and the people for 14 years and knew who to call when a constituent had a problem. Cryans said he could not turn the clock back and gain that experience. Kenney stressed that the job was about helping people and that given he is the only candidate who can hit the ground running he is the best person to help constituents on day one. Holding up a State Directory Kenney asked Cryans, "What are you going to do when 20 people call you and you have to know who is in this book and what they do to help them? I know this book because I lived it for 14 years. I know how to navigate state government when someone has a problem."

Attending to support Senator Kenney were Executive Councilor Chris Sununu. In a show of unity both of Kenney's primary opponents were also present.

 

 

Latest News - GREAT CROWD IN COLEBROOK!

 

Catch a Cup of 'Joe' with Kenney and 
Win a Pound of Moose Muck Coffee! 9:30am Friday

Kenney Promotes Small Businesses With Unique Coffee House Events Starting with Colebrook's Moose Muck Coffee House

We hope Ray Burton would have loved the way Joe is running his campaign by engaging people and seeking their endorsement.It is very Burtonesque. Moose Muck owners deserve some statewide publicity and we want to help local business owners by making our campaign itself attract business for them. Who will win the coffee? Bring your camera's and catch a cup of joe with joe!

Joe Kenney is not just talking the talk with a totally unique campaign idea he is walking the walk. The former Senator from Dist 3 and candidate for Executive Council is beginning a tour of coffee shops and mom and pop restaurants promoting the New Hampshire Brand with an interesting twist. The first person to post their photo with Joe in the Moose Muck Coffee House on the Joe Kenney for Executive Council Facebook page will win a free pound of Moose Muck Coffee. As Kenney travels around the district he will be promoting locally owned brands and restaurants.

His message buy local support local and help the local economy. Also, Joe will be meeting people hearing their issues and letting them know why he believes that we need an Executive Council who has already served in state government and knows how to resolve problems for his constituents because he knows how state government works. As a 14 year legislator Joe is the only candidate with State House experience. He has the contacts and experience to help constituents which is what government should be about. Joe is a 30 plus year Marine who served in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Colebrook launches the tour which includes stops in

Friday Dec 20th in Colebrook at the Moose Muck Coffee House at 9:30am

Sunday Dec 29th Joe will be at the Northland Restaurant in Berlin at 1:00pm for his Catch a Cup of Joe Event

Monday Jan 6th There will be 2 Catch a Cup of Joe Events One at the Coffee Pot in Littleton at 9am and One at the Littleton Diner at 11am

Re-Elect

Executive Councilor Joe Kenney

Since Taking Office in the Special Election Race in March

Joe has been all over District One Helping People Solve Problems

 

Constituent Help Alert - Berlin

In 24hours

Kenney Helps Driver Get His CDL License

Saving His Job

 

One of many stories since March of Joe stepping in and helping us

 

Good Guy Joe .... Still The Right Man For the Job

Sparky Here was Glad to See Joe at  the Dedication of the New Training Center to Joe's friend and friend to us all the late Councilor Ray Burton. Joe knows the importance of the Training Center his family escaped a fire at their home when he was young....Councilor Joe Kenney is showing up and doing a great job

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