top of page

ROUNDUP: President Biden is Coming Back to the Granite State

In case you missed it, the White House announced yesterday that President Biden will be traveling to Portsmouth next Tuesday to talk about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and its incredible investments in our nation’s infrastructure, especially to our ports. Read more here:

  • President Joe Biden will make a return visit to New Hampshire next week. The office of U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan confirmed that the president will visit Portsmouth Tuesday to discuss infrastructure investments.

  • Biden made his first visit to New Hampshire as president in November to tout the benefits of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure package he signed into law.

  • Biden last visited New Hampshire Nov. 16, 2021, traveling to Woodstock, where he also discussed the infrastructure law.

  • Biden signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law last November. The White House touted it as legislation that will help rebuild American roads, bridges and railroads, improve access to clean drinking water and address climate change, among other needs.

  • “I’m honored that he’s coming to Portsmouth. The infrastructure money is having a meaningful impact in terms of property tax relief here in Portsmouth,” [Portsmouth Mayor Deaglan McEachern] said. “I would love to talk about that more. It's a meaningful amount of money that we’re already seeing.”

  • Biden is heading to Portsmouth to "discuss the unprecedented investments in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that will Build a Better America and improve the country's ports and waterways," according to a White House advisory.

  • The president will tout how the investment in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will improve the country's ports and waterways. He will also try to show how those improvements will help with inflation and supply chain issues.

  • "While Republicans are focused on tax hikes and raising health care premiums, President Biden and Democrats are laser-focused on creating jobs, lowering costs, and improving our nation’s infrastructure like our roads, bridges, ports, and high speed internet," New Hampshire Democratic Party Communications Director David Pourshoushtari said in a statement.

bottom of page