Rubens For US Senate - Conway Daily Sun Endorses Rubens

I was honored to receive the endorsement of the Conway Daily Sun.  In the piece, they call my ideas "new and exciting".and that I have earned the endorsement through my "accompishments and dedication to New Hampshire".  Please click here to read the full piece.

This endorsement, like all the others I have received, speaks to the momentum in my campaign, and that I am the candidate who can beat Jeanne Shaheen and bring Republican principles to Washington.  Please share this with your friends and neighbors.

This weekend I was also endorsed by two of the most knowledgeable and thoughtful Republicans in New Hampshire.  Harold Turner is President/CEO of the H L Turner Group.  He has served on the board of the NH BIA and is currently on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  

Gene Van Loan is a Constitutional Scholar and 2013 Lawyer of the Year in New Hampshire.  He has led numerous community organizations from the Easter Seals to the YMCA.  He has been legal counsel for US Senate candidates.  His writing was a consummate rebuttal of the NH Supreme Court's Claremont II decision ordering the legislature to define and fund education adequacy.

I appreciate the support of these thoughtful leaders.  As the name ID gap has tightened over the past month due to the millions of dollars being spent on TV, radio, and digital in support of my candidacy, people are taking a look at which candidate is the most thoughtful, has the boldest solutions, and who has proven themselves for New Hampshire.  I am that candidate and I ask for your support on September 9th.





Finally, I point you to this Washington Post piece profiling my campaign and identifying me as the only candidate in the country seriously talking about corruption in Washington and presenting a solution in the form of campaign finance reform.  It is a message that is resonating with voters in New Hampshire and across the country.  It is time to send someone to Washington who is unhindered by special interest and is allowed to solve the country's big problems.