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Press Release - Mitt Romney Announces Support of Congressman Charlie Bass

November 21, 2011

Mitt Romney today announced the support of New Hampshire Congressman Charlie Bass. Bass will serve as Co-Chair of Mitt Romney's New Hampshire Steering Committee and will be a member of his National Steering Committee. Congressman Bass will appear with Mitt Romney today at BAE Systems in Nashua, NH.

"Congressman Bass and his family have served New Hampshire with honor and distinction for generations," said Mitt Romney. "He has stood up for the traditional New Hampshire principles of limited taxation and smaller government. In addition, Congressman Bass understands that the current over-taxation and over-spending in Washington will only continue to hurt job creators. With his support, I hope to reverse the failed Obama fiscal policies that have hampered job creation and put a halt to economic growth."

"Voters in New Hampshire and across our country are looking for a candidate that understands what our economy needs to recover and grow, that has the experience of creating jobs, and has the leadership qualities needed to bring the citizens of our nation back together in these challenging times," stated Congressman Bass. "I firmly believe that Mitt Romney is the candidate that will renew our country's faith in the American Dream. I am proud to endorse Governor Romney today for President of the United States."

Background On Congressman Charlie Bass:

Charlie Bass was elected to represent New Hampshire's second Congressional district in 2010. He previously represented the district from 1995 to 2007. Bass previously served in the New Hampshire Legislature as a State Senator and State Representative. Bass, the son of a former New Hampshire congressman and the grandson of a former governor, lives in Peterborough with his wife Lisa and their two children, Lucy and Jonathan

Mitt Romney, Press Release - Mitt Romney Announces Support of Congressman Charlie Bass Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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