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January 12, 2016

O’Malley for New Hampshire Announces 11 New Endorsements
MANCHESTER -- Today, O’Malley for New Hampshire announced 11 new endorsements including current and former town chairs, small business owners, and long time progressive activists.  In the last three months, O’Malley has won the support of over 40 public officials, community leaders and Democratic activists who believe his style of new leadership is what is needed to build on President Obama's progress. 
"New Hampshire voters are looking for a new leader that can build off of President Obama's progress," said John Bivona, New Hampshire State Director for O'Malley for President. "These new endorsements, along with Governor O’Malley’s continued commitment to campaigning the New Hampshire way, support the kind of grassroots operation we need to be successful in the first in the nation primary."

Today, these New Hampshire leaders officially endorsed Martin O’Malley for President of the United States:
Paul Bauer, Town Chair, Newfields

Paul Drager, Town Chair, Somersworth 

Bridie Pierce, Town Chair, Winchester

Pat Clark, Town Chair, Tilton

Dave Sandmann, Former Town Chair, Stratham

Dan Moore, Chairman of New Hampton Conservation Commission

Jan Williams, Small Business Owner

Bianca Acebron Peco, Candidate for State Representative 

Ronnie Cooper, Candidate for State Representative

Tom Thibeault, Democratic activist

Roland Bergeron, Manchester Small Business Owner and Community Leader