Nancy Stiles: Jon Huntsman Campaign Details New Hampshire Statewide Leadership Team

December 21, 2011

Jon Huntsman for President campaign’s New Hampshire Statewide Leadership Team consists of the Statewide Chairs, County Chairs and Town Chairs who will organize for Governor Huntsman. Nearly 140 community leaders representing all 10 New Hampshire counties and 90 towns are on the Leadership Team.

The Leadership Team is headed by State Senator Nancy Stiles, Nancy Merrill, David Currier, Anthony Hartigan, Sean Owen, and Renee and Dan Plummer. The Leadership Team will execute the campaign’s statewide get-out-the-vote program through New Hampshire’s primary on January 10th.

“Jon Huntsman has shown time and again that he is a man of principle who voters can trust to defeat President Obama, deal seriously with our debt and turn our economy around,” said Huntsman New Hampshire State Chair and New Hampshire State Senator Nancy Stiles. “Showing his strong commitment to the traditions of our New Hampshire primary, Jon Huntsman is running for President with handshakes, shoe leather, and a statewide grassroots organization. Granite Staters from Colebrook to Concord and Hampton to Henniker are turning out at town hall meetings to get real, straightforward answers to their questions. I am honored to serve as State Chair for this leader and to be joined by such a dedicated organization of volunteers whose energy and enthusiasm are unmatched.”

"I am proud to support Jon Huntsman in his candidacy for President. Jon's experience with economics, international trade, and job creation are needed to rebuild our nation,” said Huntsman New Hampshire State Co-Chair Sean Owen. “As a small business owner, I recognize the importance of having a strong economy and ensuring there are growth opportunities for every individual. I strongly encourage everyone to review Jon's record as a Governor and U.S. Trade Ambassador. He is a down-to-earth individual with a commitment to making the right decisions.”

“What Granite Staters look for above all else in a candidate is someone who they can trust, who is authentic and who is not afraid to be direct and answer tough questions,” said Huntsman New Hampshire State Co-Chair Nancy Merrill. “Governor Huntsman has proven that he is willing to go out and talk to voters – while not pandering and staying true to himself. He has a record of leadership in Utah, from leading the nation in job creation to putting forth free-market health care reform without a mandate. There is no question in my mind that Jon Huntsman should be our next President of the United States.”

“I have been overwhelmed by the support we have been receiving on the ground in New Hampshire, and I look forward to working hard with our great New Hampshire leadership team to be victorious on January 10th,” said Governor Jon Huntsman.

The following individuals have committed to endorsing Governor Huntsman and joining our New Hampshire Statewide Leadership Team:

State Chair
State Senator Nancy Stiles – Hampton

State Co-Chairs
David Currier – Henniker
Anthony F. Hartigan - Concord
Nancy Merrill – Lebanon
Sean Owen - Manchester
Renee and Dan Plummer – Portsmouth

Steering Committee Honorary Chair
Stewart Lamprey – Moultonborough

Steering Committee Co-Chairs
Neil Daley – Hudson
Sheri Keniston – Portsmouth

College Chair
Rob Johnson – NH College Republican Chairman/UNH College Republican President

County Leadership

Linda Frawley – Belmont
State Representative Jeff St. Cyr – Alton

State Representative J. David Knox – Wolfeboro

Elisabeth Langby – Dublin
Jim MacDonald – Surry

Jim Tibbetts – Colebrook

State Representative Rick Ladd – Haverhill

Don Byrne – Bedford
Bobbie Coffin – Hancock
State Representative Richard Drisko – Hollis
State Representative Carolyn Gargasz – Hollis
State Representative David Robbins – Nashua

State Representative David Kidder – New London

Maureen Barrows – Exeter

Bob Jaffin – Rochester

Jim Beard – Lempster
Don Gobin - Grantham

Town Chairs

Alton – State Rep. Peter Bolster
Alton – John Southwell
Amherst – Desmound Coffee
Andover – Mary Kuechenmeister
Atkinson – Gene Schneider
Barnstead – J.J. Pruyne
Bath – Charlie Green
Bath – Christine Green
Belmont – Janet Bowles
Bedford – Jason Cole
Boscawen – Lyman Cousens
Bow – Douglas Patch
Bradford – Erich Caron
Campton – George Wright
Canterbury – Jim Bassett
Canterbury – State Rep. Priscilla Lockwood
Center Harbor – Tim Quinney
Charlestown – Tom Cobb
Claremont – Don Clark
Claremont – former mayor Scott Pope
Claremont – City Councilor Keith Raymond
Claremont – Allison Raymond
Concord – City Councilor J. Allen Bennett
Concord – City Councilor Mark Coen
Concord – Tracy Coen
Concord – City Councilor Fred Keach
Concord – City Councilor Jan McClure
Concord – Bonnie Packard
Concord – Jeff Pruyne
Conway – Larry Ayers
Conway – Terry Ayers
Dublin – Thomas Atmer
Danville – Adrienne Starrs
Derry – John Maurice
Dover – Jeff Moyer
Enfield – Richard Day
Epsom – John Grant
Franconia – Ed M. Rolfe
Franklin – Bill Grimm
Grantham – David Stitt
Georges Mills – John and Doreen Brandolini
Greenland – Joseph A. Fredericks
Hampstead – Gail Witham
Hampton – State Rep. Jim Waddell
Hampton Falls – John Shaw
Hampton Falls – Jason Tucker
Hancock – Jarvis Coffin
Henniker – Bob Flanders
Henniker – Judy Flanders
Holderness – Christopher Devine
Hopkinton – Beth Spaulding
Jaffrey – Gary Hunter
Kingston – Greg Lynch
Lebanon – Nancy Sheeler
Lebanon – Matt Wolcott
Littleton – Thomas Merritt
Londonderry – Stephen Bowen
Lyme – Earl Strout
Manchester – Michelle Chretien
Manchester – Mark Lampman
Manchester – Bill Olender
Manchester – Mike Skelton
Marlow – Barbara White
Mason – Jerry Bird
Merrimack – Fred Boucher
Milford – Rosaria Ricciardi
Mont Vernon – Charles Denton
Nashua – Ben Dalianis
Nashua – Chris Lee
Nashua – Tony Mandravelis
Newbury – Josiah Phillips
New Castle – Carolyn Cloutier
Newfields – Ben Freidlin
New Ipswich – State Rep. Jim Coffey
Newport – Monique Theall & Tom Theall
Newmarket – State Rep. Adam Robert Schroadter
North Hampton – Daniel Silverman
Northwood – Shannan Brown
Ossipee – Katie Dubois
Pelham – Dave Ouelette
Peterborough – George Kurzon
Portsmouth – Eduardo J. Lopez-Reyes
Portsmouth – Marie A. Lopez-Reyes
Portsmouth – City Councilor Brad Lown
Portsmouth – Tasha Olsen
Randolph – Karen Eitel
Raymond – Harry McClard
Rindge – Geoff Wollacott
Rochester – State Rep. Julie Brown
Rollinsford – F.S. Gilbert
Rye – Tom Blais
Rye – Heidi McIntire
Rye – Former State Rep. Jane Langley
Rye – Ray Tweedie
Salem – Mike Flathers
Salem – Nancy Stickney
Sandown – Selectman Brenda Copp
Sandwich – Alex Nesbitt
Stoddard – Meng-Chi Tsen
Stratham – John A. Helfrich
Stratham – Maggie Glover
Sunapee – Peter Voss
Surry – Ferdinand Ahlberg
Surry – Mark Gross
Unity – Kent Gooding
Walpole – John Miller
Weare – Heidi Little
Whitefield – Marcia Hammon
Wilton – Rob Spittel
Windham – Glenn Waugaman

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