Cruz Campaign Press Release - Cruz For President Announces NH Endorsements from Top Liberty Leaders Formerly with Rand Paul
HOUSTON, Texas – Today, Presidential candidate Ted Cruz continued building his strong New Hampshire coalition by announcing the support of five of New Hampshire's top state representatives formerly supporting the candidacy of Rand Paul.
"I am thrilled to announce such an outstanding group of leaders committed to cause of liberty and the Constitution," said Cruz. "They join an impressive group of Liberty Leaders for Cruz that our campaign has assembled across the country. The U.S. government is crushing liberty at nearly every turn. Our Constitutional rights are under attack like never before and we must fight back."
Below are the New Hampshire leaders endorsing Ted Cruz for President, all formerly part of Senator Paul's leadership team.
Representative Max Abramson is serving his first term in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Rep. Abramson represents district 20, Hampton Falls and Seabrook.
Representative Eric Eastman is serving his first term in the New Hampshire House, representing district 28, Nashua and Ward 1.
Representative Harold French is also serving his first term in the New Hampshire House, representing district two. He's currently a real estate broker and auctioneer as well as a folk art sculptor.
Representative Larry Gagne is serving his fourth term in the New Hampshire House, representing district 13. Rep. Gagne served in the United States Navy from 1961 until 1966, he is also a lifetime member of the NRA and Pro-Gu8n NH.
Representative Mark McLean is serving his first time in the New Hampshire House, representing district 15. He is a member of the Deering, Fish, and Game Club and senior engineer at Osram Sylvania.
*Titles and affiliations are provided for identification purposes only.
Ted Cruz, Cruz Campaign Press Release - Cruz For President Announces NH Endorsements from Top Liberty Leaders Formerly with Rand Paul Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/314944