November 20, 2015

Rand Paul for President reaches 375 Endorsements in New Hampshire

WASHINGTON, D.C.-  Sen. Paul has reached a milestone in the Granite State as he received 375 endorsements from New Hampshire public officials, business leaders, and activists. 
"With 375 County Co-Captains, 28 State Representatives and 2 State Senators, Rand Paul for President has put together the strongest grassroots organization on the ground in New HampshireOur grassroots team puts us in a strong position on primary day," says Mike Biundo, Senior Advisor to the Rand Paul for President campaign.
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A list of the new endorsements can be found below:

Rep. Jason Osborne, Auburn - State Representative
Carolyn Davids McKinney, Amherst - Former Chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire
George "Jack" Keiper, Amherst  - Longtime Ron Paul supporter and liberty activist
Dennis Rose, Nashua - Former Delegate for Ron Paul
Scott Hobson, MD, Center Harbor - Physician for Rand
Daniel Stringfield, Merrimack - Former Ron Paul Supporter
Ethan Nolan, Salem - Former Ron Paul supporter
Glenda Raymond, Colebrook - Former Ron Paul Supporter
William Raymond, Colebrook - Former Ron Paul Supporter
Dave Ellis, Rochester - Retired Navy Officer
Will Gregory, Rochester - Navy Veteran
Jon Lavoie, Hollis - Volunteer fire fighter and liberty activist
Melinda Buxton, New Ipswich - Former Ron Paul Supporter
William Bannister, Portsmouth - Rockingham County activist
Harry Hotaling, Deerfield - Rockingham County activist
Bambi Davis, Newbury - Merrimack County activist
Douglas Doucet, Goffstown - Hillsborough County activist
Pedro Garcia, Windham - Rockingham County activist
Will Jenkins, Nottingham - Rockingham County activist
Seth McAlister, North Hampton - Rockingham County activist
Dale Richer, Bradford - Merrimack County activist
Matthew Szyzkiewicz, Manchester - Liberty activist
Bill Armstrong, Portsmouth - Rockingham County activist
Gene Tseplaev, Epsom - Merrimack County activist
Patricia Tseplaev, Epsom - Merrimack County activist