CONTACT: Romney Press Office
NH STATE SENATOR CHUCK MORSE ENDORSES MITT
Boston, MA –
Mitt Romney announced today that New Hampshire State Senator and Senate
Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Morse (R-Salem) endorsed his candidacy
for President of the United States. Senator Morse joins Senators Jack
Barnes (R-Raymond), Jim Rausch (R-Derry) and Senate Majority Leader Jeb
Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) in supporting Governor Romney.
Morse has been a leader in the fight to cut spending, reduce taxes and
limit government in the Granite State. Over the past year, he
craft one of the most fiscally responsible state budgets in the country
that has put New Hampshire on a path toward prosperity,” said Mitt
Romney. “I am proud to have his support and look forward to campaigning
with him in the months ahead.”
his support, Senator Morse said, “As a small business owner, I believe
we need a fiscally conservative president who understands how the real
economy works and how jobs are created. With over 25 years of
experience in the private sector, Mitt Romney has the skills needed to
turn around our struggling economy, get our exploding deficits under
control and put people back to work. He is the right leader to confront
the enormous challenges facing our country, and I am proud to support
On Chuck Morse:
Chuck Morse is the Chairman of the New
Hampshire State Senate Finance Committee.
He was elected in 2010 to represent Salem, Pelham, Atkinson and
Plaistow after having previously served in the State Senate from
2002-2006 and two terms in the State House of Representatives. He was
the 2006 Republican nominee for Executive Council in District 3.
is a small business owner, serving as the President of Freshwater Farms
& Garden Center in Atkinson and Granite Creek Farms of Brentwood,
and has also served Salem as its town moderator and selectman. In
1997, Morse received the Bill Brown Distinguished Business Person of
the Year Award. He has also received the prestigious John P.
award in recognition of his service to the community and for his
support of the Salem Boys and Girls Club.