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00:00:03 Intro - "I am Terence O'Rourke and I am not for sale."
00:18:43 Criminal Justice reform
00:28:07 Gun legislation
00:42:12 Money in politics as it relates to the environment
01:01:40 LGBTQ rights and transgender members serving in the military
01:22:22 How to get change done
01:38:01 Housing and employment affordability and infrastructure
01:45:09 Campaign finance reform
01:55:20 Closing: "I only have two concerns when I go to Washington -- Your best interest and my conscience and when you have people who go to DC like that, you don't get wars in Syria; you don't get wars in Iraq; you don't get endless wars in this country; you don't get income inequality; you don't get tax bills like what we just saw come out of Washington and you certainly don't get democrats voting to gut Dodd Frank, the one thing that's protecting us from Wall Street."
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ROCHESTER — Terence M. O’Rourke, 39, of Alton, has hired Scott Ferson and The Liberty Square Group to run his campaign for Congress in the First District of New Hampshire. Ferson, a former press secretary and issues director for the late U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D – Mass.), has three decades of campaign experience, including working in Iowa and New Hampshire for presidential candidate Richard Gephardt. He has worked to elect congressional candidates across New England and played a pivotal role in helping to guide U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton (D – Mass.) to a surprising victory in 2014. In addition, O’Rourke for Congress has brought on Eric Chast, also of Liberty Square Group, to lead fundraising operations. Chast brings a decade of fundraising experience for successful candidates across the region. “In this political era, New Hampshire needs a candidate who can bring radical competence to Washington. The same radical competence I’ve brought to each stage of my career in public and military service, I expect to be reflected in the campaign team we’re building. We now have the team we need to win and to renew the faith of voters in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District that competence in Washington, D.C., is still possible.”
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