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Gov.-Elect Maggie Hassan Names Transition Chairs

Former NH Econ, Health chiefs lead transition.

Former state Sen. Kathleen Sgambati and former DRED Commissioner Sean O'Kane are the co-chairs of Gov.-elect Maggie Hassan's transition team.

She says they will reach out to residents and businesses and focus on creating jobs and balancing the next state budget.

"To build a stronger, more innovative New Hampshire where our businesses can grow, flourish and create good jobs, we need to bring people together to address our challenges and move forward," Hassan said in announcing the pair Nov. 20. "Kathy Sgambati and Sean O'Kane are two highly knowledgeable and dedicated public servants who have worked for years to build consensus on our most pressing issues, and I am proud to have them serve as co-chairs of my transition team."

And in regards to that balanced budget? It will, Hassan adds for the umpteenth time, protect New Hampshire priorities without an income or sales tax.

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Atlant November 21, 2012 at 01:31 PM
Empty comments. It's as though you had a quota to fill.
john grady November 21, 2012 at 04:59 PM
Many chairs that were emptied by Republicans will be filled by Democrats on December 5th when new members of the House and Senate are sworn in including that of the Speaker!
hagamisi November 22, 2012 at 12:54 PM
until I saw the check ov $8219, I didn't believe ...that...my cousin was like they say actualie receiving money in there spare time on-line.. there neighbor has been doing this less than fifteen months and by now took care of the debts on their home and got a great Porsche 911. read more at, Cloud65.com
Peter T. Hansen November 24, 2012 at 02:17 PM
Notice the absence of fee's, registrations, increases in existing taxes of one sort or another are not mentioned in Hassans PR? They stole 25 million from the USNH in their last session and promise to return 50 million this coming term? Where pray tell will that come from?
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