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“I am proud to have the support of local elected leaders from across New Hampshire’s 1st District. We have a strong tradition of citizen-led government in New Hampshire. State representatives are on the front lines in their communities working to deliver results for their constituents, and I am proud to have the support of this tremendous group of legislators in our campaign for Congress,” Pappas said.

“He represented then, and still does, the ideal public servant who directs his intelligence, integrity, and energy to meet the needs of his constituents,” Smith said. “We could not do better than to have Chris represent us in the U.S. Congress.”

“After hearing all of the candidates speak, I am supporting Chris because I feel he is the most knowledgeable and articulate about the wide range of issues critical to the health, economic, and environmental welfare of the people of New Hampshire,” DesMarais said.

“Today, more people are working in the State of New Hampshire than ever before,” Sununu said. “For the first time since 2002, employers will see a 1.5% reduction in their Unemployment Insurance taxes — a direct result of our pro-growth, pro-jobs agenda.”

“Working with a proven progressive and community leader with a track record of delivering results like Garth is an exciting opportunity,” said Echeverria. “I’m looking forward to getting to work alongside the strong coalition Garth has built in the short time since launching the campaign and electing him to the Executive Council in the fall.”

Republican State Chair Jeanie Forrester went after the state’s all-Democratic congressional delegation for opposing the so-called “Right to Try” legislation that cleared the U.S. House on the way to the desk of President Trump who will sign it.

“My father died from prostate cancer that metastasized to his bones. We would have tried anything, so of course I support providing options to terminally ill patients who would not be helped by established treatment options, but I could not support the bill in its current form for a number of reasons,” Shea-Porter said.

“The FDA already approves 99 percent of all requests, and in emergencies, the decision can be made in 24 hours. Under the bill, pharmaceutical companies can say ‘yes’ to some patients and ‘no’ to others with the same disease, so it does not guarantee a patient’s right to try. It puts all the power in the hands of the pharmaceutical companies.”

This bill extends the life of the so-called VA Choice program that allows New Hampshire vets without a full-service hospital to receive care closer to home and also expands the VA caregiver program to all veterans regardless of when they served.

As governor, Sununu has led efforts to increase many state aid programs including public kindergarten, red-listed bridges and water and sewer projects, all of which would have to be paid for with local tax money if the state wasn’t providing these grants.

“From creating a state-wide full-day kindergarten program to establishing the Governor’s Scholarship Program, and increasing funding for the Community College System, Governor Sununu has signaled to millennials that their concerns and ideas are a top priority,” said Benjamin Vihstadt, Sununu’s chief spokesman.

There’s more staffing up going on in the 1st District Democratic race as Deaglan McEachen brought on his field staff led by Ali Hannigan-Brokenshire who worked on the first-in-the-nation primary campaign of Bernie Sanders here after several state campaigns in Vermont.