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Annie Kuster is a three-term House Member from New Hampshire who has thrived in the turbulent New Hampshire political scene that often tick-tocks between the two major parties. In this swing district, the NRCC is vowing to take the seat back. Lynne Blankenbeker, a U.S. Navy Captain and former state representative, is running against her, as well as two other candidates.

Kuster got her first start in politics at 16 when she volunteered for the presidential campaign of Rep. Pete McKloskey (R), who ran on an anti-Vietnam war platform.

She graduated from Dartmouth College in 1978 and from Georgetown University Law Center in 1984. Before her election to Congress in 2012, Kuster served as an adoption lawyer and an advocate for public healthcare access and higher education.

CLW endorsed her in 2016, when she won a close contest. She is a strong supporter of the Iran nuclear agreement.

Please help Annie Kuster by contributing to:

Kuster for Congress

and mail to:

Council for a Livable World

820 1st St. NE Suite LL-180

Washington, D.C. 20002

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