Horn was just one of the Speakers that also included Kelly Ayotte and Scott Brown, the two Sununu's (John H. and John E.), as well as congressional candidates Marilinda Garcia and Frank Guinta, gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein.
As such, one would expect her language to be a bit more temperate than this, but such was not the case when the goal, apparently, is to throw red meat at the crowd.
New Hampshire GOP Chairwoman Jennifer Horn said the campaign has made contact with nearly 1 million voters by knocking on doors and making phone calls.
Horn said Republicans are preparing to send three new representatives to Washington, as well as retake the governor’s office in Concord.
“For every obnoxious, arrogant Democrat in this state who has ever said that Republicans would never hold the corner office again, I’ve got news for you. We’re going to hold it starting right now,” she said, inciting a screaming cheer from the crowd.
She emphasized the need for volunteers to continue working to get out the vote if they want to see a Republican wave in the state.
“Waves do not just happen. You can’t just sit there on your beach chair and wait for it to come in and wash you away,” she said.
“This is our time. We need to crush it. We need to grab it, run with it, push their heads under over and over again until they cannot breathe anymore, until the elections are over Tuesday night and we’ve won it all,” she said.