Current and Former Republican Leaders Launch Republicans for Cryans Committee
Hanover – Two weeks before the March 11th Election Day, two dozen current registered Republicans and former Republicans leaders are launching Republicans for Cryans, highlighting the broad bipartisan support for Mike Cryans across the district. Mike Cryans is running in the special election for Executive Council District One covering northern New Hampshire. Members of the Republicans for Cryans Committee will be reaching out to fellow Republicans across the district and discussing why Mike Cryans is the best choice in the March 11th election.
The Cryans campaign is competing for each and every vote. As a Grafton County Commissioner, Cryans built a strong record of real accomplishments by reaching across the aisle to get things done. For 16 years, he worked side by side with late Executive Councilor, and fellow Grafton County Commissioner Ray Burton.
“Having such broad support from Granite State Republicans, Democrats and Independents is a great honor,” said Cryans. “From Claremont to Conway and Littleton to Laconia, I am talking to voters about my vision for a stronger economy for northern New Hampshire and how much is at stake in this election.”
“Mike Cryans is not partisan, his actions will be well thought out, inclusive, wise, benign and constructive Cryans is the only candidate who will serve in the manner we are accustomed to, that being like Ray Burton. Cryans will not allow politics to get in the way of helping people,” said former Republican Senator Mark Hounsell of Conway.
“Mike Cryans has a deep understanding of the District especially from Lincoln on up to the Canadian border. His knowledge of the area and commitment to public service make him the best man to fill Ray Burton’s position on the Executive Council,” said Ken Randell, Republican and former State Representative from Laconia.
“Mike is born and bred in the North Country, I feel he is the candidate who best understands the needs facing the North Country and the District,” said Wayne Presby, a Littleton Republican and President of the Mount Washington Railway Company.
“I have been a Republican for most of my adult life, but partisan politics and radical rights and lefts have soured me on both parties. I’ve finally given myself the freedom to vote for the person and not the party. The seat of executive council requires a collaborative person with a knowledge of best business practices and the willingness to work in the best interest of the people of the state of New Hampshire,” said Hillary Seeger, a Republican candidate for Select Board in Meredith. “Mike Cryans is the man for this job. His astute sense of fiscal responsibility along with his positive and caring attitude make him by far, the candidate who will get my vote.”
Mike Cryans is running a people powered campaign. In addition to the Republicans listed below, more than 740 individuals of every political party are supporting Cryans, because they know he will work hard every single day to deliver commonsense solutions for his constituents.
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The Republicans for Cryans Committee includes:
Herb & Fay Lloyd, Bethlehem
Lisa Capaldo, Canaan
Mark Hounsell, Conway; former Republican State Senator
Mary Grimes, Columbia; Ray Burton’s sister
Richard A. Crate Jr., Enfield; Police Chief
Lynn Presby, Freedom; retired New Hampshire State Police Colonel, current Racing and Gaming Commissioner
Lynne Whitacre, Hanover
Ray Labombard, Hanover
John Manchester, Hanover
Ray Abbott, Jackson; former Republican Carroll County Commissioner
Richard Coggon, Laconia
Ralph Hough, Lebanon; former Republican State Senate President of NH 1993-1994
Joel Bedor, Littleton
Dick Hamilton, Littleton
Winston Merrill, Littleton
Wayne Presby, Littleton
David M. Miller, Littleton
Hillary Seeger, Meredith; Republican candidate for Select Board
Gerald Coogan, New London
Bonnie Ham, North Woodstock; former Republican State Representative
David Babson, Ossipee; Republican Carroll County Commissioner
Steve Panagoulis, Plymouth ; former Republican Grafton County Commissioner
Ken Randell, Tilton, former Republican State Representative