Republican congressional candidate Eddie Edwards of Dover continues to build his grassroots organization with 20 more endorsements from a variety of GOP activists.
Edwards certainly has a decent story to tell, given his history of service as a former police chief, state liquor enforcement boss and Navy veteran.
He’s also getting help with his campaign from Michael Biundo of Manchester and his Right On Strategies team, which has more than two decades of campaign consulting. Biundo says you build credibility as a new candidate not by raising money or writing policy papers, but by building a grassroots organization.
Topping the list is Goffstown’s Pam Manney, a former state representative and vice chairman of the Republican state Committee.
“He has devoted his life to making our country a better place for all of our children and grandchildren,” Manney said. “We need more individuals representing us in Washington with the values Eddie holds dear.”
He also won the backing of former state representative Jane Cormier of Hooksett, past president of New Hampshire Right to Life.
“I know Eddie Edwards will fight for the values I hold dear and will always stand strong against career politicians in Washington,” Cormier said.
Manchester Ward 10 School Committeeman Dr. John Avard said Edwards has the whole package.
“I was left truly impressed not only by his positions on policy, but also by his character and background,” Avard said.