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Jeb Bradley endorses Christie

December 07. 2015 10:43AM
Republican Gov. Chris Christie speaks Monday in Concord at an event to announce a coalition of law enforcement officials supporting his campaign. (REUTERS/Brian Snyder)

New Hampshire Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley has endorsed Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie.

Bradley, a former congressman, came out in support of the New Jersey governor during remarks on "New Hampshire Today" with host Jack Heath.

"In these dangerous times for our nation, Gov. Chris Christie has the practical, real-world executive experience to lead the United States," Bradley said in a campaign statement. "As U.S. attorney, Christie worked with the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI to investigate and prosecute terrorism cases. As a Republican governor in a Democratic state, Gov. Christie had the courage to set an example for governors across the country by taking on special interests to tackle his state's unfunded pension liability."

Christie returns to New Hampshire later this week. Bradley will join the candidate during a town hall meeting at the Inn on Main Street in Wolfeboro, his hometown, on Friday at 6 p.m., according to the campaign. Christie will also have a town hall meeting Saturday, 10 a.m., at Weare Middle School.

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