NH GOP gubernatorial candidates Havenstein, Hemingway square off in debate
Walt Havenstein and Andrew Hemingway, during a debate at historic Exeter Town Hall on Saturday, promised to create jobs and curb government growth.
Havenstein said a right-to-work bill would be among the first he would pursue if elected governor.
"The issue isn't revenue, the issue is spending," Havenstein said.
Hemingway said significant voter fraud exists in New Hampshire. Havenstein said there is no significant proof of existing voter fraud (proven in a court of law), but he does support the voter ID law.
The Exeter Republican Town Committee, Rockingham County Republican Committee and Seacoast Republican Women sponsored the debates.
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