He retired as a U.S. Army general, and he just announced a 2020 run as a Republican. This news a spreading nationwide and turning heads. The upcoming election just became even more interesting.
“Today, I am announcing my candidacy to represent New Hampshire in the United States Senate,” said Brigadier-General Don Bolduc, who served “36 years in the Army and doesn’t “give a d*mn about politics.”
In fact, instead of getting caught up in the daily politics, Bolduc said, “I’m trained to finish the mission and get the job done.” He sounds exactly like the candidate New Hampshire needs to defeat Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D).
Bolduc’s resume couldn’t be more impressive, and Sen. Shaheen should be worried. The retired brigadier-general was an integral part of the U.S. response to 9/11 and led a team in Afghanistan.
“During my time of service, I have been in three-quarters of the countries in the world, which included 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan,” noted Bolduc in his announcement. Shaheen certainly has a fight on her hands.
The Republican Party is making a full-court press in 2020 under President Trump’s leadership and isn’t being driven by polls from the mainstream media. New Hampshire is a state the GOP has targeted for a pick-up.
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