Negron for Congress: Fresh blood in the SecondEDITORIAL
October 10. 2018 9:28PM
Change or more of the same?
That is the simple choice facing voters in New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District.
Over the past six years in Washington, Democratic incumbent Ann McLane Kuster has defined the term “generic Democrat,” serving as a reliable vote for her party whether Republicans or Democrats controlled the chamber.
Kuster has done nothing to disqualify herself. If you think Congress is humming along just fine, by all means, reelect Kuster.
But if you think $21 trillion and counting is too much debt and that bipartisanship should mean more than an agreement to spend our money, perhaps we should give someone else a chance.
Republican Steve Negron just completed his first term in the New Hampshire House, but his campaign is built more upon his service in the U.S. Air Force and his experience in the private sector.
Negron brings a fresh energy to New Hampshire politics, matched by conservative convictions.
The Second District is not on the national radar, and pundits are saying Kuster is safe. New Hampshire voters do love to make pundits look bad.
Kuster walked through Washington’s revolving door in reverse, working as a lobbyist before her time in Congress. Surely, she will have many lucrative offers once she leaves. Let’s give her that chance in November, and send Steve Negron to Congress.