Former GOP Chair Rhona Charbonneau and Former Manchester Mayor Emile Beaulieu Endorse Bill Boyd for Hillsborough Co. Register Of Deeds

MERRIMACK – Bill Boyd, Republican candidate for Register of Deeds in Hillsborough County, has announced that Rhona Charbonneau, former Hillsborough County Commissioner and former Chair of the New Hampshire State Republican Party; and Emile Beaulieu, former Mayor of Manchester and one-time candidate for Governor; are supporting Boyd's candidacy for Register of Deeds.

"Bill is a uniquely qualified and competent leader to succeed Judith MacDonald at the Registry of Deeds," Charbonneau said, "His background and personality are well-suited for the position, and I am eager to support Bill's pursuit to be Register of Deeds for Hillsborough County."

Beaulieu was also enthusiastic about Bill's candidacy. "I've known Bill Boyd for more than 10 years," said Beaulieu, "He is a dedicated, common sense fiscal conservative the people of Hillsborough County can depend upon to manage our Registry of Deeds responsibly. Nobody will work harder or be more open to the county taxpayer's concerns than Bill," Beaulieu said.

Boyd has disclosed that Charbonneau and Beaulieu will serve as Honorary Co-Chairs of his campaign. Boyd has also announced that Joe Dion of Manchester has agreed to serve as his Fiscal Agent.