– Mitt Romney
today announced the endorsement of New Hampshire State Senator John
Gallus (R-Berlin). He joins Senate President Peter Bragdon (R-Milford),
Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) and Senators Chuck
Morse (R-Salem), David Boutin (R-Hooksett), Gary Lambert (R-Nashua),
Tom DeBlois (R-Manchester), Jim Rausch (R-Derry), Jack Barnes
(R-Raymond) and Russell Prescott (R-Exeter) in endorsing Mitt Romney.
Senator Gallus will introduce Governor Romney today at his event in
Gallus has been a leader in the fight to protect the New Hampshire
Advantage and has served as a strong voice in Concord for the North
Country,” said Mitt Romney. “John understands
that in order to return fiscal sanity to Washington, our government
needs to cut spending and live within its means. I am proud to have
earned his support and look forward to campaigning with him across the
2012 Republicans need to nominate a candidate who can defeat President
Obama and reverse the damage caused by his disastrous fiscal policies.
Over the past several months, Governor Romney
has clearly demonstrated that he is the most qualified candidate and
the strongest Republican to take on the President,” said Senator
Gallus. “As a successful businessman and a fiscally conservative
governor, Mitt knows how to balance a budget and fix our broken
economy. I am proud to support Mitt’s campaign and will work to ensure
that he has the support needed to win the primary.”
On State Senator John Gallus:
John Gallus was first elected to the New Hampshire Senate in November
2002. He is currently in his fifth term representing District 1.
Previously, he served for three terms as a member of the New Hampshire
House of Representatives. Gallus is a real estate broker in Berlin, New
Hampshire. He is a member and past president of the North Country Board
of Realtors and a former Vice Chairman of the Berlin Zoning Board.