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Mar092014

Innis For Congress - Announces NH Student Endorsements 

Dan Innis Announces 35 "Students For Innis" Endorsements

 

Manchester, NH - Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress in NH-CD1, today announced the first 35 New Hampshire college students who have endorsed his campaign for Congress.

The endorsements followed Dan's town hall meeting at the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday.

Town halls at additional New Hampshire schools will be announced in the near future.

"Dan Innis is the candidate who best understands the hopes and dreams of the Millennial Generation," said Tim Quinney, President of UNH Students for Innis. "Dan has spent his career inspiring young people to achieve great things through hard work. There is no doubt Dan will continue to inspire all generations as New Hampshire's next Congressman."

Dan Innis said, "I am grateful for the support of these students and I know the important role that they will play in helping chart the future of our great state. With their help we will restore the American dream for all generations."

Student Endorsements

Tim Quinney

Senior

Ben Maroon

Sophomore

Lincoln Crutchfield

Freshman

Tyler McKay

Junior

Tyler McAfee

Senior

Alaina Clark

Freshman

Megan Chimp

Freshman

Haley Hartman

Freshman

Joe Marshall

Senior

Alex Simmler

Freshman

Joshua Neve

Freshman

Justin Lawley

Sophomore

Evan O'Reilly

Freshman

Meredith Coleman

Freshman

Maria Delimie

Freshman

Amanda Barba

Sophomore

Morgan Bailey

Sophomore

Francesca Bragan

Sophomore

Anna Shortell

Sophomore

Stephanie Simoulis

Sophomore

Keegan Riley

Sophomore

Garrett McGlory

Sophomore

Thomas Stephen

Junior

Chris Drake

Senior

Marc Appoloni

Senior

Matthew Lok

Freshman

Brendan Scott

Senior

Santos Lara

Junior

Rachel Grosz

Freshman

Liz Robichaud

Freshman

Maria Sood

Sophomore

Abby Martinen

Freshman

Tom Rees

Senior

Stephen Prescott

Senior

Sarra Vallon

Sophomore

 

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