New Hampshire First District congressional candidate Andy Martin wins a major victory by obtaining the release of five years of documents involving investigation of one of his opponents, state senator Andy Sanborn

First District congressional candidate Andy Martin has won a landmark victory for New Hampshire taxpayers by agreeing with the New Hampshire Attorney General to a timetable for releasing documents involving five years of taxpayer-paid investigations concerning state senator Andy Sanborn. “We have a ‘Right to Know’ law,” Andy Martin says, “Because taxpayers have a Right to Know what happens to their tax dollars. The state spent five (5) years investigating Andy Sanborn and what Sanborn admits is his crude behavior. The fact that Sanborn did not commit a crime is completely irrelevant to his unfitness to serve in congress. There was a dispute and I was literally at my desk starting to prepare a lawsuit, when the Attorney General made an offer which I accepted. This time, the taxpayers win. I did the job that New Hampshire’s fake news media would not do, seek the release of vital public information concerning a candidate for congress who is simply not fit to serve.”

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New Hampshire First District congressional candidate Andy Martin has won a big victory for New Hampshire taxpayers by agreeing to a settlement with the NH Attorney General that will start the release of documents in the Andy Sanborn scandal on July 10th

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(MANCHESTER, NH)(June 22, 2018) First District congressional candidate Andy Martin announced Friday, June 22nd that he has won a major victory for New Hampshire citizens by resolving a threatened lawsuit, without a lawsuit, to secure the release of documents from the New Hampshire Attorney General involving a five-year investigation of State Senator Andy Sanborn by state officials.

“The Attorney General did not want to release the ‘Sanborn files’ until after the primary, and maybe even after the general election,” Martin says. “I was literally at my desk to start drafting a lawsuit seeking Right to Know relief in court, when I received an offer by the AG proposing a schedule for release of the Sanborn files. I accepted that offer and thank the Attorney General for recognizing the importance of allowing voters to see the Sanborn material before the primary election.

“We have attached to [emailed copies of this statement] copies of the documents involving correspondence explaining how the negotiations took place, so that citizens can review for themselves how I proceeded.

“I do not know what is in the Sanborn files, but I will have more to say about Senator Sanborn’s misfeasance that triggered five years of investigations paid for by New Hampshire taxpayers. Whatever, the content of the files, votes have a right to see the Sanborn evidence before the primary election, not after. I am gratified the AG eventually agreed with me and that we were able to avoid a lawsuit. That’s the way the system should work.

“This has been a busy ‘legal’ week for me. I began in Alton, NH working to assist the American Legion in a planning and zoning dispute. I believe my presence and participation there was constructive. Today, Friday, we are ending with a major victory for New Hampshire taxpayers without the need to file a lawsuit. The truth will out.

“I look forward to serving the people of New Hampshire in congress, and to ensuring that every New Hampshire citizen, irrespective of how humble or exalted they may be, receives public service from my congressional office. We will serve with the utmost of humility. I am the only candidate in either party in the First District to be ready to serve on ‘Day One.’”

Andy Martin has been a respected public interest lawyer for decades and he will bring that extensive experience working to secure “deals” (Trumpspeak) or “agreements” (Andyspeak) that serve all of the state’s citizens.

“This time,” Andy concluded, “By fighting to release the Sanborn files, I did the job New Hampshire’s ‘fake news’ media failed to do. I got an agreement to see public records released for the public’s benefit.”


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Andy Martin is a legendary New Hampshire-based muckraker, author, Internet columnist, talk television pioneer, radio talk show host, broadcaster and media critic. With fifty years of background in radio and television and with five decades of intelligence, investigative and analytical experience in Washington, the USA and around the world, Andy provides insight on politics, foreign policy, military and intelligence matters. For a full bio, go to:; also see

Andy has also been a leading corruption fighter in American politics and courts for fifty years and is executive director of the National Anti-Corruption Policy Institute. See also;

He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Illinois College of Law and is a former adjunct professor of law at the City University of New York (LaGuardia CC, Bronx CC).

He is the author of “Obama: The Man Behind The Mask” [] and produced the Internet film “Obama: The Hawaii’ Years” []. Andy is the Executive Editor and publisher of the “Internet Powerhouse,” blogging at and

Andy’s family immigrated to Manchester, New Hampshire over 100 years ago; today his home overlooks the Merrimack River and he lives around the corner from where he played as a small boy. He is New Hampshire’s leading corruption fighter and Republican Party reformer.


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