Concord, NH—2nd District Congressional Candidate Bob Clegg toured the northern half of the second district, meeting with voters, signing up volunteers and landing a few great endorsements!
Clegg travelled through Milford, Whitefield, Lebanon, Lancaster, Unity, North Haverhill, Sugar Hill and Nashua over the past week picking up great support from voters in the 2nd District, and even a few big endorsements!(See Photos’ at www.cleggforcongress.com.)
“I had a fantastic time in the north half of the district just talking to people and enjoying the great things New Hampshire has to offer in the summer months,” Clegg said. “I really enjoyed talking to people about what’s on their minds. While a few kids I tried to speak to were far more interested in cotton candy and the parades, the parents were concerned about making sure the opportunities they were enjoying that very day, are there in the future. That New Hampshire will remain the place of family values and community it is, and that these families will have the ability to continue to give these kids opportunities.”
During the campaign swing, Senator Clegg picked up the endorsements of Tony and Betty Maiola of Newport, Grafton County Sheriff Doug Dutile and Coos County Commissioner Burnham “Bing” Judd from Pittsburg.
Tony Maiola was the former Chairman of the NH State Liquor Commission and Betty Maiola is on the Newport Board of Selectmen and former chairman. “Tony and Betty have long been leaders in their community and state. They have always worked to ensure that New Hampshire remains a wonderful place to work, live and raise a family. I greatly appreciate their confidence in me and I am honored to have their support,” said Clegg.
“Senator Clegg is the most qualified candidate running in the 2nd Congressional District and will help solve the problems we face in Washington,” Commissioner Judd said.
“It is an honor to receive the support and endorsements of such great people. Sheriff Dutile has done a fantastic job for Grafton County and I’m always humbled by the support of law enforcement,” Clegg said