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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

Fiscal Imperative: Credit-Card Moderation
December 19, 2018
The Keene Sentinel has published this guest column by Tyler Sweeney, the New Hampshire state director for The Concord Coalition. Many milestones mark the path to adulthood: casting a vote, moving out of your parents’ home, buying your first car, having your first legal drink and finally getting your own Netflix account.
Economist Mom Talks Trump Policy and Beyond
November 27, 2018
“I think that there has been a little bit of shock and awe among the fiscal policy community, reacting to the fact that this big tax cut passed,” said Diane Lim, a principal at District Economics Group and former chief economist for The Concord Coalition.
Divided Government and Citizen Journalists
November 20, 2018
“We could be facing an even more tense face-off between the two parties on spending and taxes” as the result of the recent congressional elections, says Robert L. Bixby, executive director of The Concord Coalition.