Today, New Jersey Governor Christie announced new members of his New Hampshire grassroots leadership team, including:
- Phil Boynton, Rye
- Paul and Barbara Clark, Nashua
- Brian Dooley, Nashua
- Donna Marzullo, Deering
- Hillary Seeger, Meredith
- Lisa Withrow, Salem
- Jim McConaha and Valery Mitchell, Concord
These New Hampshire leaders join a growing team of public supporters for Governor Christie’s presidential campaign here in New Hampshire, including: Former State Represenatives Richard Brothers (R-Thornton), Karen Hutchinson (R-Londonderry), Dennis Reed (R-Franklin), Dr. Robert Scott (R-Newport), Paul Simard (R-Bristol) and Elaine Swinford (R-Barnstead). State Representatives David Danielson (R-Bedford), Susan Emerson (R-Rindge), Bill Ohm (R-Nashua), Don LeBrun (R-Nashua), Jack Balcom (R-Merrimack), Betsy McKinney (R-Londonderry), and Jim Devine (R-Sandown), as well as New Hampshire business leaders Dick Anagnost and Bill Greiner, Former Executive Councilor and Concord Mayor Pro Tem Dan St. Hilaire, Rockingham County Commission Chairman Tom Tombarello, Rockingham County Commissioner Kevin Coyle, former New Hampshire GOP Chairman Wayne MacDonald, former US Attorney and Executive Councilor Tom Colantuono, former Executive Councilor and Nashua Mayor Bernie Streeter and Sheriff Scott Hilliard.
Christie's New Hampshire grassroots leadership team features veteran GOP activists
As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie prepares to arrive for his 16th campaign trip to New Hampshire since the beginning of the year, his campaign on Friday will unveil a state grassroots leadership team with nine veteran conservative activists…Christie will return to the state Friday night for a private reception in Rye and on Saturday will hold a town hall meeting at the Laconia Veterans of Foreign War hall at 7:30 a.m., followed by a noon house party hosted by activist Beverly Bruce in Tuftonboro. At 3:30 p.m. Christie will attend a “Stop the Circle Overdose and Addiction Awareness Rally” at Veterans Memorial Park in Manchester, and at 5 p.m., he will stop at the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church “Greekfest,” also in Manchester.