On October 20, 2019 the Hancock Republican Town Committee will host Gen. Don Bolduc (ret.), Republican Primary Candidate for US Senate (NH), and Steve Negron, Republican Primary Candidate for US House of Representatives (CD 2) at the Hancock Republican Town Committee (HRTC) meeting on Sunday, October 20th at 4:00 p.m. in the Caverly Meeting Room (downstairs) at the Hancock Town Hall.
Brigadier General Donald C. Bolduc is a 32 year Army veteran who served as the Deputy Director for Operations, United States Africa Command, since August, 2013. A native of Laconia, New Hampshire, Brigadier General Bolduc earned his ROTC commission in 1989, graduating from Salem State College, New Hampshire. Brigadier General Bolduc holds a Master of Science in Security Technologies from the United States Army War College. His awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal with Valor Device, Purple Heart, numerous foreign awards, Combat Infantryman Badge, Expert Infantryman Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Special Forces Tab, and Ranger Tab. He is married to the former Sharon M. Whitman, from Lynn Massachusetts and they have three children: Joshua, Matthew, and Zachary.
Steve Negron is former NH State House Representative from District 32. A retired Air Force Officer, Mr. Negron started his own small business in NH: Integron LLC, building on his expertise as a leader in the Defense Industry at Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics Corporations. He and his wife, Terry,
have lived in Nashua for 30 years, where they have raised three children. In addition to representing his Nashua neighbors in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Steve is an active community leader in his church, the local business community and youth athletics.
This is a collaborative effort with neighboring towns of Greenfield, Bennington, and Peterborough and is open to registered Republicans, Independents, and guests. Attendees are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item(s) for donation to the Peterborough Food Bank. A collection basket will be available.
Public parking is available at the front and rear of the Town Hall (50 Main Street).
HRTC holds monthly meetings. Dates and times are posted in local papers, on the Town of Hancock website, and Hancock community bulletin boards (Post Office).
Contact: Erik Spitzbarth, 525-4192 / firstname.lastname@example.org