September 17, 2015

New Hampshire Continues to Stand with Rand

250 Strong

WASHINGTON, D.C.-  Following his impressive performance at the CNN Republican Primary Debate last night, Sen. Rand Paul received the endorsement of 25 First in the Nation primary voters. This totals 250 endorsements for Rand Paul for President by New Hampshire public officials, business leaders, and activists. 
"New Hampshire liberty activists continue to gravitate to Sen. Rand Paul's message of protecting the entire Bill of Rights, rein in spending to balance budgets and defeat the Washington Machine by returning power back to the people. The Rand Paul Campaign Leadership Team now consists of 250 activists, community leaders and supporters who are organizing the grassroots effort in every part of New Hampshire" said Mike Biundo, Senior Adviser and N.H. Chief Strategist.
A list of the new endorsements can be found below:

Representative Harold French, Franklin - State Representative
Kate Schackai,Wentworth- Former New Hampshire Communications Director for Ron Paul 2008 and 2012.
Jeff Fogel, Bow - Ron Paul 2012 Town Chair
Erin Fogel, MD, Bow- Physicians for Rand
Matt Barden, Amherst- Ron Paul 2012 Town Chair
Michael Feeley, Concord- Military Veteran and Student for Rand
Dillon McGrath, Epsom- Student for Rand
Tim Fontaine, Manchester - Military Veteran
Kimberly Goodwin, Concord - Small Business Owner
David Guyotte, Gilford - Student for Rand
Maura Annette Chappelle, Jefferson - Coos County Activist
Harrison Chadwick, Franconia - Longtime member of the Appalachian Mountain Club
Kristina Moulis, Manchester - Small business owner
Claire LaPointe, Milan - Coos County Activist
Jacob Cox, Bristol - Grafton County Activist
Ronald Roy, Berlin - Coos County Activist
Justin Plansky, Litchfield - Hillsborough County activist
Richard Simms, N. Sutton - Merrimack County activist
Aaron Todd, New Boston - Hillsborough County activist
Herbert Will Jr., Littleton - Grafton County activist
Christine Will, Littleton - Grafton County activist
Patricia Wright, Holderness - Grafton County activist
Ben Sylvester, Dover - Strafford County activist
Joan Shields, Claremont - Sullivan County activist
Tim Raleigh, Dunbarton - Merrimack County activist
Irving Patton, Merrimack - Hillsborough County activist


Ed. Note: The campaign announced Rep. French on Aug. 20.