Skip to comments.NH Primary Source: Bolduc endorsed by Republican matriarch, business leader, veterans PAC
Posted on 12/27/2019 6:14:18 PM PST by T Ruth
BOLDUC ENDORSEMENTS. Republican U.S. Senate candidate and retired Brig. Gen. Donald Bolduc has picked up endorsements from a matriarchal figure in state GOP politics, as well as a well-known business leader in the states largest city.
He has also been endorsed by a political action committee chaired by a U.S. Navy Seals veteran.
As Bolduc continues to campaign for the seat currently held by Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, he has been endorsed by longtime GOP activist and donor Augusta Petrone of Dublin and Manchester business executive Jeremy Hitchcock.
Petrone, the widow of the late Ambassador Joseph Petrone, has been deeply involved in state Republican politics at all levels for several decades.
Bolduc, who was endorsed by Combat Veterans for Congress PAC earlier this month and previously by 47 New Hampshire veterans, said, I continue to be honored and humbled by the support of those who have served our nation.
The endorsements come several weeks after Bolducs campaign hired Bryan McCormack, former executive director of the conservative Cornerstone Policy Research and Action, as political director. McCormack began in state politics in 2012 as a member of the Republican National Committees Victory operation. Since leaving Cornerstone in 2017, he has been involved in private business and currently coaches the Saint Anselm College hockey team.
Gen. Bolduc is, without question, an authentic American hero, McCormack said. He brings a rare understanding of leadership and will truly represent the interests of all Granite Staters. He embodies the motto Live Free or Die and its an honor to join his incredible team.
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I see that they also endorse Mooney in Alabama over some other guy.
Unfortunately, as we found in the 2015 primary, voters are beginning to (rightly) see endorsements by political pros as Swamp gas and revolt.
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