New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) is looking for a fourth term and, despite a crowded GOP primary ticket, many state Republican insiders say he will likely keep his job, but not because he is popular among party politicians.
On the contrary, said Melissa Blasek, executive director of the Republican grassroots organization ReBuildNH, who is outspokenly anti-Sununu, “many Republicans will likely hold their noses and support him.”
The reason, said Blasek, is that the five candidates vying for the Republican ticket “just aren’t strong enough to win it.”
But some of the candidates think otherwise.
In his bid to unseat Sununu, Thad Riley, whose political experience is being a member of the local school board,  hired a campaign team and won the endorsement of Daniel Tamburello, an intelligence officer with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security who helped run Donald Trump’s campaign in New Hampshire….


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