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MEMO: NH GOP Special Election Candidate Jim Guzofski’s Alarming Views on Abortion, Race, LGBTQ+...

TOPLINE: Special Election Candidate Jim Guzofski’s statements paint a picture of an ultraconservative political fanatic bent on taking New Hampshire women and the LGBTQ+ community back to the Stone Age. His antiquated beliefs would inflict hardship on New Hampshire communities he would represent.


OVERVIEW: In extensive video clips of his Religious sermons and posts from a since-deleted social media account, Guzofski has flaunted a pattern of anti-woman, anti-LGBTQ+ and anti-Black statements and opinions.


He has also stated his support for deeply unpopular policy positions favored by vanishingly few Granite Staters, including being against legalizing marijuana, creating barriers to new housing construction, and taking no action on climate change whatsoever.

Perhaps most troublingly, Gusofski expressed support for the violent January 6th insurrection on the Capitol in since-deleted social media posts, support for false claims that the 2020 election was stolen and support for overturning the results of the 2020 election. The Rockingham district 1 special election for Northwood and Nottingham takes place on September 19th.


Anti-Abortion Statements

Anti-LGBTQ+ Statements


Views On Women And Black Americans


January 6th Insurrection & Election Denial

Unpopular Policy Positions

  • In a Citizens Count Survey, Guzofski stated a number of deeply unpopular policy positions out of step with Granite State voters:

    • Guzofski said He Is “Against The State Encouraging Local Zoning Changes For Housing Development.

    • Guzofski Said That He Is Against Climate Change Action.

    • Guzofski said that he is against the Interest and Dividends tax, a tax on New Hampshire’s millionaires.

KEY TAKEAWAYS: These statements and positions by Jim Guzofski assemble together to make paint a picture of a candidate driven by a deep hatred for the many populations that make up our vibrant and diverse Granite State, such as women, the LGBTQ+ community, BIPOC+ people, and more. A Candidate holding such disdain for the democratic process and for so many of those who participate in it is unquestionably and unconditionally unqualified to represent the very people he disparages regularly.

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