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 October 11, 2022

GOP Senate candidate Dan Bolduc slams Dem opponent in op-ed

New Hampshire GOP Senate nominee Don Bolduc wrote an opinion piece for the Daily Caller in which he explained why he believes his opponent, incumbent Sen. Maggie Hassan (D), is losing ground in the key Senate election.

Bolduc noted that there are a handful of Senate races that could determine whether or not Republicans capture the upper chamber. New Hampshire is definitely one of those races, if not the most important.

The GOP candidate wrote: "Senator Hassan has good reason to be nervous. She won her first campaign for Senate by 1,017 votes six years ago — a margin of approximately 0.14% — promising to be an independent voice for New Hampshire. Since then, she has been a reliable party-line vote in Washington, siding with President Joe Biden 97% of the time."

Bolduc added: "She has lied again by saying I support a national abortion ban, another demonstrably false allegation. Yes, I am proudly pro-life, but believe the issue is best decided on a state-by-state basis (as we have in New Hampshire) rather than politicians in Washington D.C."

"Hassan has already spent more than $23 million dollars distorting my record, and yet the race remains competitive. Once again, the incumbent's actions are revealing," Bolduc continued.

Bolduc went on to point out that, like other Dem Senate candidates, namely John Fetterman, Hassan is apparently scared to debate him on the issues.

"I have proposed seven debates, she has so far only been willing to attend three, including one with left-leaning NHPR where she will have the home field advantage," Bolduc said.

Only time will tell if Bolduc is able to pull out a victory, but if he does, it'll be legendary.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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