Michael Dennehy has a twenty-year history of success in both political and public affairs campaigns.
Dennehy has worked in the last several presidential campaigns and has been a general consultant on numerous statewide campaigns across the country where he was responsible for message development, voter contact programs, grassroots organization and coalition building.
Michael founded the Dennehy & Bouley government relations firm based in Concord, NH. Representing some of the country's largest corporations, Dennehy & Bouley has become one of the most successful firms in New Hampshire conducting business in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. Michael has frequently appeared and is often solicited for state, regional and national media programs including ABC News, Fox News and CNN. Dennehy can regularly be seen on WMUR-TV in New Hampshire and WCVB-TV in Boston as a political strategist.
Michael's passion for life and liberty is due in great part to the lessons he has learned from his 10 year old son, Liam, who has Down syndrome. Michael holds a B.S. from Southern New Hampshire University. He and his wife, Sarra, live in Bow with their sons Liam and Aidan, and daughter Molly.
Tony Giunta is President and CEO of American Energy Independence Company-a renewable fuel manufacturing firm he founded in 2006. The youngest of four boys and having been raised by Italian immigrant parents in a loving traditional family setting, Tony has always valued his upbringing and understands the importance of living by, teaching, and supporting values taught within the traditional family. Tony hosted “Coming to America-Stories of NH Immigrants” a bi-weekly personal interview radio show that highlighted the trials and tribulations of some of NH’s most well known citizens. Invariably, their incredible stories of resilience, perseverance though adversity, and ultimate successes were the result of applied lessons learned through their upbringing within the traditional family. Tony also served two terms as Mayor of the City of Franklin, NH, where he will be remembered for stressing the importance of a unified community, the rebuilding of strong traditional families, and strong support for passage of legislation that protected families from burdensome over-taxation. Tony has a bachelors degree in physics and a master’s degree in geophysics both from Boston College and lives on the beautiful shores of Webster Lake with his wife (and key advisor) of 21 years Maryska.
Bryan Gould is an attorney in Concord. While his family’s roots in New Hampshire run deep, he was born and raised in Massachusetts. He received his B.S. in Political Science from Utah State University and his J.D. from the University of Utah College of Law. He has practiced law in Concord since moving with his family from Southern Nevada in 1990. He specializes in commercial and other forms of civil litigation.
Bryan has served as the chairman of the Concord Republican City Committee, counsel to the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, special counsel to the New Hampshire Executive Council, and special counsel to Gov. Craig Benson.
He resides in Bow with his wife of 35 years, Elizabeth. They have four adult children and two magnificent daughters-in-law.
Based in Laconia, New Hampshire, Patrick Hynes is the President of Hynes Communications. Patrick recently served as a new media communications consultant to former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty’s Freedom First PAC. He served in a similar capacity for the Republican National Senatorial Committee during the 2010 mid-term elections. Prior to that, he served as the online communications consultant to Senator John McCain’s 2008 campaign for president. Patrick’s other clients include Fortune 500 firms and many of the largest industry associations in Washington.
As a recognized leader in online communications, Patrick has addressed Harvard Business School, the Museum of Television and Radio, the Robert J. Dole Institute of American Politics at the University of Kansas and the Public Affairs Council on the power of social media as a communications vehicle.
Patrick is the author of the book In Defense of the Religious Right (Nelson Current). His other writings have been published in the Financial Times, USA Today, the New York Post, The American Spectator, the Daily Caller, the Washington Times, and Politico, among other venues.
Patrick has appeared as a guest on ABC World News Tonight, Fox News Channel’s Hannity & Colmes, Good Morning America, CNN Talk Back Live, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, C-SPAN 2′s After Words and even E!.
Verity Swayne is currently the President of the New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women. Boston-born, but raised in New York State, Verity moved to New Hampshire four years ago.
She lives in Amherst with her wonderful husband Bob and their four precious children, Nathanael, Ashleigh, Felicity, and Belinda. Nathanael and Ashleigh are now in college, but the Swaynes have always home-schooled their children, except for Belinda, who is a happy fifth-grader at Amherst Middle School. She is a little girl with Down syndrome and has added so much joy and steadiness to their lives, as well as given them a new definition to the words "perfect" and "normal." The Swaynes are members of Merrimack Valley Baptist Church and enjoy serving there in many ways.
Jennifer Wrobleski has an extensive background in politics, public affairs, and communications. She began her career in New Hampshire politics in 1999, where she worked on national, state, and issue-based campaigns. Jennifer excelled in state politics and in her early twenties, became executive director of the NH Republican Party.
For the past six years, Jen has specialized in media analysis and online communications, including helping corporate and non-profit clients with message development and strategy. Jen is active in her community and serves on several non-profit boards and philanthropic organizations. She is a graduate of Boston University and resides in Dunbarton, NH with her family.
Jason Rose has been an ordained pastor for over 11 years. He has been on staff in a mega church in Kentucky and has developed and co-started a new church, Oasis Christian, in Concord in 2004 where he is currently the youth and worship pastor.
Rose is heavily involved with Concord Christian Academy, where he teaches, leads and mentors students.
As a spokesperson and outreach coordinator for the NH for Marriage campaign in the winter of 2012, Rose organized supporters for in an effort to pass legislation that would have restored traditional marriage to New Hampshire.
Jason and his wife, Chrissy, live in Concord with their daughter, Grace, and son, Wilson.
They encourage their children to live life to the fullest, teaching them to cherish family and love the people around them.
Rose graduated from Lincoln Christian College and also has a degree in Fine Arts from Indiana University.
Christine Peters is President of the Souhegan Valley Republican Women, past President of the NH Federation of Republican Women, and past President of the Nashua Area Federated Republican Women’s Club.
She is a member of the Hillsborough County Republican Committee and was recently awarded the Norris Cotton Award for volunteer service in Hillsborough County. She is committed to upholding the planks of the Republican Platform.
As the mother of a child with special medical needs, she has become involved with Joni and Friends, a worldwide outreach designed to show the love of Christ to those touched by disability. She is also a member of the Gideons Auxiliary and her current role with this organization is helping to place copies of Scripture in medical facilities in the Nashua area.
Christine received a B.A. in Guidance and Counseling from Bob Jones University and taught at South Merrimack Christian Academy until becoming a homeschool mom of four children.
She lives in Amherst with her husband and four children.
FANH is a coalition that unites individual families, church leaders of all denominations, civic and community leaders and political leaders behind a shared initiative to protect, preserve and restore traditional values in New Hampshire.
Families Across New Hampshire (FANH) is a Granite State based advocacy organization dedicated to promoting pro-family public policy.
Families Across New Hampshire75 South Main StreetUnit 7, PMB 260Concord, NH 03301