Business leaders Greiner, Boucher endorse Mowers for US House

BUSINESS OWNERS’ ENDORSEMENTS. Two influential southern New Hampshire business leaders are endorsing Republican 1st Congressional District U.S. House candidate Matt Mowers after previously endorsing Mower’s foe, Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas, in 2018.>> Download the FREE WMUR appTom Boucher, owner and CEO of Great NH Restaurants, Inc., and Bill Greiner, founder of Primary Bank, said Mowers will prioritize New Hampshire families and businesses. The two are backing Mowers while at the same time endorsing Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen in the U.S. Senate race. Boucher, in fact, appears in the most recent Shaheen television ad. Boucher and Greiner said Pappas broke promises to them that he would be “a strong pro-business vote in the House” and would support “critical legislation that helps restaurants create and keep jobs.” But they said Pappas, once in office, voted with Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 100 percent of the time. “Mowers will always put New Hampshire families and businesses first,” said Boucher. Greiner added, “I know he won’t turn his back on New Hampshire small businesses and working-class families like Chris Pappas did.” “Pappas has turned his back on New Hampshire and has forgotten the very people that voted for him only two years ago in favor of Nancy Pelosi,” Mowers said. “ In Washington, I’ll be different. I’ll be a strong advocate for New Hampshire small businesses and working-class families.”

BUSINESS OWNERS’ ENDORSEMENTS. Two influential southern New Hampshire business leaders are endorsing Republican 1st Congressional District U.S. House candidate Matt Mowers after previously endorsing Mower’s foe, Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas, in 2018.

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Tom Boucher, owner and CEO of Great NH Restaurants, Inc., and Bill Greiner, founder of Primary Bank, said Mowers will prioritize New Hampshire families and businesses.

The two are backing Mowers while at the same time endorsing Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen in the U.S. Senate race. Boucher, in fact, appears in the most recent Shaheen television ad.

Boucher and Greiner said Pappas broke promises to them that he would be “a strong pro-business vote in the House” and would support “critical legislation that helps restaurants create and keep jobs.”

But they said Pappas, once in office, voted with Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 100 percent of the time.

“Mowers will always put New Hampshire families and businesses first,” said Boucher.

Greiner added, “I know he won’t turn his back on New Hampshire small businesses and working-class families like Chris Pappas did.”

“Pappas has turned his back on New Hampshire and has forgotten the very people that voted for him only two years ago in favor of Nancy Pelosi,” Mowers said. “ In Washington, I’ll be different. I’ll be a strong advocate for New Hampshire small businesses and working-class families.”

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