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columnist , talk show host

Jennifer Horn, American former columnist, talk show host. Recipient Spirit of Hope award, 2007. Organizer, supporter, Avon Walk for Breast Cancer; volunteer Chernobyl Children Project, since 1999, New Hampshire coordinator, 2001—2006; co-chair Operation America Rising New Hampshire, Nashua; volunteer, board directors Marguerite's Place, Nashua Police Athletic League.

Background

Horn, Jennifer was born on June 22, 1964 in Albany, New York, United States.

Education

She attended The College of Saint Rose from 1982 to 1986.

Career

She lost to Paul Hodes in the general election. In 2010, she ran again and lost to Charles Bass in the Republican primary. Political involvement= 2008 Congressional campaign In the 2008 campaign for U.S. Representative for the Second Congressional District of New Hampshire, Horn ran against incumbent Paul Hodes.

Horn first defeated four other primary opponents in her first political race. The campaign included a televised debate. = 2010 Congressional Primary In 2010, Horn ran for the Republican nomination for District Two's House seat against former U.S. Representative Charlie Bass.

Bass defeated Horn by 8 points. = Political activism In 2011, Horn founded the conservative non-profit organization We the People: A First in the Nation Freedom Forum, which apparently is defunct. Its founding principle was the bolstering of freedom via the promotion of personal responsibility and limited government The organization sponsored town hall type meetings through New Hampshire in the lead up to the state's first-in-the-nation primary.

Rick Santorum spoke at one of the organization's events on April 30, 2011. Horn chaired the New Hampshire Republican State Committee’s platform committee in 2012. = Chair of the New Hampshire Republican Party She had the backing of U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and outgoing U.S. Representatives Frank Guinta and Charlie Bass, along with 40 other elected officials.

In the closing weeks of the election, she had faced scrutiny for a $92,000 IRS lien and another $230,000 in campaign debt. As NH GOP chair, she has attacked the state Democratic Party for what she has termed "Drive-Thru" voting. Horn contends that voting by out-of-state Democratic volunteers, including the niece of Vice President Joseph Biden, in New Hampshire elections is illegal and constitutes voter fraud.

She accused Democratic State Senator Martha Fuller Clark of midwifing a "sanctuary of voter fraud" by allowing four out-of-state campaign volunteers to use her address for their voter registrations. Horn also announced she supports Republican National Committee Reince Priebus's proposed boycott of CNN and NBC, threatening to deny them Republican participation in the 2016 presidential debates, if the two networks go ahead with their proposed projects featuring Hillary Clinton.

Achievements

  • Horn won the GOP Chairmanship on January 26, 2013, defeating Andrew Hemingway in an election to replace the outgoing Chairman, Wayne MacDonald.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Columnist: Sunday edition of The Telegraph. Host On The Air With Jennifer Horn (recieved 3 New Hampshire Association Broadcasters Golden Mike awards including 2nd Place for Radio Documentary and First Place for Radio Feature, 2006). Author: Hope is a Walking Dream.

Membership

Organizer, supporter, Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. Volunteer Chernobyl Children Project, since 1999, New Hampshire coordinator, 2001—2006. Co-chair Operation America Rising New Hampshire, Nashua.

Volunteer, board directors Marguerite's Place, Nashua Police Athletic League.

Connections

Married Bill Horn; 5 children.

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