After resigning as a UNH dean, Innis files for 1st District Congressional primary race
With family and supporters around him, Innis, of Portsmouth, officially filed to run in the 1st District Congressional Republican primary with Secretary of State Bill Gardner's office.
"Washington does not create jobs," Innis said, "but it does create a climate where jobs can be created and the economy can grow and expand, but right now that's not happening."
"Republicans deserve an authentic conservative as their nominee for state Senate District 17," Pearl said. "My background as a farmer and community leader in Loudon has given me the conservative common sense that I believe we need in Concord as we try to create jobs and control the state budget in a stagnant economy."
Also filing Friday were:
State Senate, District 18: Robyn M. Dunphy, R-Manchester.
State Senate, District 21: Dennis Lemare, R-Lee.
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