5/29/2012NEW HAMPSHIRE REPUBLICANS ANNOUNCE PROMOTION, NEW HIRE
Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Republican State Committee announced today that Jacob Avery will serve as the Deputy Victory Director for the 2012 elections and Meg Stone will join the NHGOP as Field Director and Deputy Press Secretary.
“We’re continuing to expand our ground game for the November elections, and over the coming weeks and months we will open offices and hire more staff,” said New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Wayne MacDonald. “We must make Barack Obama a one-term president and redouble our efforts to elect our Republican candidates all across the state. We will have the resources we need to be successful, and today’s announcement is a commitment to victory.”
Jacob has worked on campaigns in New Hampshire and New York since 2006. Prior to his position at the NHGOP, in 2010 he served as Field Director for State Senator Andy Sanborn and State Representative Laurie Sanborn during their successful campaigns. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and an M.P.A. from Marist College. Jacob will work in the Victory operation with Director Brennan Ward.
“Jacob has been a great asset for our State Party. He’s worked tirelessly ensuring that we have a full slate of candidates, advising campaigns across New Hampshire and much more,” Chairman MacDonald added. “He brings a wide-range of local political and field experience to our Victory program.”
Meg Stone became politically active while she was a student at Keene State College where she re-started the College Republicans and served as chairman from 2010-2012. She most recently served on the field staff for Romney for President during the 2012 N.H. Primary. In 2010, she served as Volunteer Coordinator for the Bender for Senate campaign. She serves on the executive board for the N.H. Young Republicans and received the Norris Cotton Award for Cheshire County in 2012. Meg graduated from Keene State College with a B.A. in U.S. History.
“We’re excited to have Meg join our team,” said Chairman MacDonald. “She’s a talented New Hampshire native whose enthusiasm, political experience and young Republican network will help our entire GOP ticket in November.”