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Tyler Sweeney
Tyler Sweeney
New Hampshire State Director

Tyler R. Sweeney is the New Hampshire state director for The Concord Coalition.

Concord is a nonpartisan organization that encourages fiscal responsibility in Washington and helps educate the public about the federal budget and the need to protect our children and future generations from excessive government debt.

Sweeney was born and raised in Weare, New Hampshire. He graduated from New England College with a B.A in history and political science. After working on several local and national political campaigns, Sweeney joined Concord to put his grassroots campaign expertise to use on bipartisan issues with an educational focus.

He works with local and state leaders educating citizens on the importance of civic engagement on issues related to federal fiscal policy.

As a young community leader, Sweeney emphasizes the need for a generational perspective in addressing our nation’s fiscal challenges and encouraging current and future policymakers to act on such issues with the long term in mind.  

Recent Publications

Immigration: Reform for the Future
November 21, 2019
On November 15, The Concord Coalition and The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Service hosted a panel discussion on legal immigration reform aimed at encouraging economic growth, titled “Immigration: Reform for the Future.” 
Presidential Candidates Attend "The Economy, the Budget and You" Forum in New Hamphire
September 17, 2019
On August 22, 2019, The Concord Coalition partnered with 20/20 Vision to host “The Economy, the Budget and You,” a forum where candidates in the Democratic primary for President of the United States came together to present their roadmaps for the fiscal and economic future of our country to voters in New Hampshire. 
Take Our Challenge, Win Prizes!
August 21, 2019
The Concord Coalition has teamed up with Mindsumo, a leading crowdsourcing platform, to find new and creative ways to engage younger generations on the problem of a growing national debt and help fellow young leaders better relate to the fiscal challenges of today and tomorrow.