Newly endorsed join 61 others committed to individual liberty, limited government and free markets

CONCORD, N.H.―With momentum building in its campaign to bring common sense back to the State House, the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire endorsed 36 candidates after reviewing a second round of surveys submitted through the group’s Web site:

The 36 include candidates for state senator, state representative and executive councilor. They join a coalition of 61 other Republicans already endorsed by the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire.

“Each candidate we endorse presents another potential leader to the people of New Hampshire,” said Andrew Hemingway, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. “I am confident these leaders will work together once elected to bring common sense back to Concord.”

RLCNH works hard to get its endorsed candidates elected. The caucus gives its candidates access to financial support, networking opportunities and prepared campaign materials. RLCNH is also promoting a shared agenda called Common Sense for New Hampshire, which will build momentum in the Legislature for laws that promote jobs and economic opportunity, fix health care in New Hampshire and empower parents and local communities.


In general, endorsed candidates are strong proponents of limited government, individual liberty, personal responsibility and free enterprise. They have shown their dedication to these ideals with their score on RLCNH’s 20-question candidate survey and their reputation among liberty activists. Endorsed candidates must score 80 percent or higher on the survey and they must have a strong character recognized by their peers.

So far, about a third of the 468 Republican state representative and state senator candidates have responded to the RLCNH candidate survey. The RLCNH board will continue to consider candidates who submit their surveys leading up to the primary and will announce new endorsements from time to time.  

Round Two Candidate Endorsements

Executive Councilor Candidates

State Representative Candidates

David Wheeler, Executive Councilor District 5 (Milford)

Jonathan Maltz, Hillsborough 27 (Hudson)


Donna Mauro, Rockingham 4 (Windham)

State Senator Candidates

David L. Mincin, Strafford 3 (Barrington)

Joseph Kelly Levasseur, Senate District 20 (Manchester)

Lynne Ober, Hillsborough 27 (Hudson)


Bill O'Connor, Strafford 3 (Barrington)

State Representative Candidates

Calvin Dean Pratt, Hillsborough 7 (Goffstown)

Al Baldasaro, Rockingham 3 (Londonderry)

Andy Renzullo, Hillsborough 27 (Hudson)

Christopher Buck, Strafford 4 (Dover)

Muni Savyon, Hillsborough 10 (Manchester)

David Childs, Strafford 7 (Madbury)

Tony F. Soltani, Merrimack 8 (Epsom)

Steven Doyle, Rockingham 13 (Stratham)

Gregory M. Sorg, Grafton 3 (Easton)

Garret Ean, Merrimack 12 (Concord)

Charles E. Sova, Grafton 10 (Orange)

Bob Fesh, Rockingham 5 (Derry)

Stephen B. Stepanek, Hillsborough 6 (Amherst)

Shuvom Ghose, Hillsborough 11 (Manchester)

Daniel Tamburello, Rockingham 3 (Londonderry)

Bob Greemore, Belknap 3 (Meredith)

Kyle Tasker, Rockingham 1 (Northwood)

Harry Bartlett Hardwick, Hillsborough 2 (Francestown)

Jordan Ulery, Hillsborough 27 (Hudson)

Win Hutchinson, Hillsborough 9 (Manchester)

Carol M. Vita, Strafford 3 (Middleton)

William Infantine, Hillsborough 13 (Manchester)

Gary Wheaton, Rockingham 14 (Seabrook)

Thomas W. Laware, Sullivan 5 (Charlestown)

Tony Blane Wilson Sr., Sullivan 4 (Claremont)

Evelyn Logan, Strafford 1 (Rochester)

Colette Worsman, Belknap 3 (Meredith)



About The Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire

RLCNH, a state chapter of the national Republican Liberty Caucus, was launched in December 2004 to promote and advance traditional Republican Party values, such as limited government, low taxes and spending, individual liberty, personal responsibility, free enterprise and loyalty to the U.S. and N.H. constitutions.