Danielson Endorsed by Businessman Dave Danielson of Merrimack for NH Senate Dist 9

MERRIMACK NH — Dave Danielson, a Republican from Westminster Lane, Merrimack, has announced his endorsement of Dave Danielson of Bedford, candidate for the Republican nomination for State Senate, District 9.
Mr. Danielson of Merrimack, a VP of Marketing for Digital Reasoning Systems, Inc., has been actively involved in the community and the Merrimack Youth Association (MYA) which is a volunteer, non-profit organization that makes recreational sports available to all youth in Merrimack New Hampshire.  The MYA sponsors over 2400 children in a variety of independent sporting activities, each devoted to providing the best opportunity possible for all kids to play sports.  Dave has also been a public school teacher and now enjoys a 25-year career in business working with emerging technology companies throughout the United States.
Danielson of Merrimack told us, "My family moved to NH many years ago and immediately learned to admire NH politics and traditions that are rooted in many years of service and conservative principles. Dave’s experience, dedication and service to his community and the state are in keeping with this great NH tradition."

He continued, "As a businessman for over 25 years, I really appreciate Dave’s business background.  Increasingly today, we need a combination of strong conservative principles and business experience to control the growth of government while making sure the essential needs of the people of NH are satisfied." 

Danielson is a 15-year resident of Merrimack, and encourages his friends and colleagues to vote for Dave Danielson for NH State Senate.

"If you can’t trust your own namesake, who can you trust?" he added.
Senate District 9 includes the Towns of Merrimack, Bedford, New Boston, Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon and Greenfield.
Danielson (the candidate) resides in Bedford, is a former Town Councilor, and has also garnered the endorsements of retiring Senator Sheila Roberge, Bedford Representatives Moe Villeneuve, Ken Hawkins, John Cebrowski, and former Merrimack Representative Maureen Mooney as well as many other small businessmen.