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AFP-NH Promotes New Deputy State Director

Dec 12, 2018 by AFP

MANCHESTER, NH. – Americans for Prosperity- New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today announced the promotion of Ross Connolly from Grassroots Director to Deputy State Director.

Americans for Prosperity- New Hampshire State Director Greg Moore released the following statement:

“We are excited for the opportunities this new role will provide for Ross and we look forward to leveraging his skill set to grow our chapter. Ross has been instrumental in the many successes we have recently enjoyed and we believe his development in this new role will better allow us to empower more Granite Staters to break down barriers and improve their lives.”

Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire Deputy State Director Ross Connolly issued this statement:

“I am looking forward to this expanded leadership role and am eager to advance policy that will break barriers for all Granite Staters. Growing our footprint in communities, government, and strategic partnerships in the state will be a priority in the coming months to build bridges across society to help every person realize their potential.”


Ross has been with Americans for Prosperity for the past 5 ½ years serving as Field Coordinator, Field Director, Senior Field Director, and Grassroots Director. He is a native Granite Stater, born and raised in Hollis, a graduate of Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, and an alumnus of the University of Rhode Island.

For further information or an interview, reach Greg Moore at 

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