After being sworn in as a member of the 114th Congress on Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta that night was joined by potential presidential candidate and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina at a celebration dinner in Washington.
Fiorina was in New Hampshire several times during the midterm campaign as the head of her Unlocking Potential PAC organizing grassroots activities by conservative women. In early December she appeared at a breakfast hosted by Guinta in his role as chair of the Independent Business Council of New Hampshire. That visit came shortly after she announced she would explore a run for President.
Meawhile, Guinta on Wednesday hired five new staffers in his Manchester office and six new staffers in his Washington, D.C. office and has brought back four others from his prior term in the House.
Returning to head his staff are Chief of Dtaff Jay Ruais in Washington and Deputy Chief of Staff Sean Thomas in Manchester.
All others on his Washington staff are new: Legislative Director and Counsel Lara Driscoe, Communications Director Danielle Adams, Scheduler Karon Karami, Legislative Assistant Ryan Rusbuldt, Legislative Correspondent Alex Hula and Staff Assistant Molly Stevens.
In Manchester, Guinta has re-hired Director of Constituent Services Jennifer Gosselin and Deputy Press Secretary Emma Tautkus, who were with Guinta in 2011 and 2012; and added new staffers Director of Community Relations Eddie Edwards, Veterans Field Representative Brian Dobson, Field Representative Garrett Gauthier, Caseworker Tara Sennick and Staff Assistant Daniel Canniff.
“Our federal offices in Manchester and Washington are yours, and my staff and I are here to be your representatives to D.C.,” Guinta said in a statement. “I look forward to working on your behalf and serving the Granite State in the 114th Congress.”
Guinta’s Manchester office is located at 33 Lowell Street in Manchester and its phone number is (603) 641-953. His Washington is located in 326 Cannon House Office Building and its phone number is (202) 225-5456.