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Szabo Touts Endorsements for Sheriff

The endorsements include Greater Nashua Tea Party organizer.

Frank W. Szabo can add Tom Flaherty to the list of Tea Party folks supporting his bid for Hillsborough County sheriff.

Flaherty, organizer of the Greater Nashua Tea Party, is one of the latest to endorse Szabo.

Others include:

  • Jack Kimball, former chairman of the Republican State Committee and now chairman of Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC.
  • Trevor Lyman, publisher of "The Liberty Crier"
  • Jane Aitken, founder of the New Hampshire Tea Party Coalition and board member of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers.

Szabo, in a press release from his campaign Tuesday, said he continues to speak to GOP committees and activist groups concerned about an erosion of rights, "especially gun rights."

Szabo, of Goffstown, faces James A. Hardy of Pelham in the Sept. 11 state Republican primary. The winner will see Democrat Bill Barry of Manchester in the Nov. 6 General Election.

Super Fun Size August 07, 2012 at 05:15 PM
All the radicals like him?
Claire Worth August 08, 2012 at 01:48 PM
some of us radicals actually prefer living in a strong freedom loving state where the sheriff upholds the Constitution and protects from federal tyranny. Frank Szabo is that person. He will not be in collusion with the fed to further erode Constitutional rights in our great state. Your tone is so acerbic, Mr. Healey
Super Fun Size August 08, 2012 at 02:03 PM
I see that he proposes to protect us from America. Who wouldn't want a sheriff with no previous experience who wants to pick a fight with the Federal Government?..... The first step to secession?
Super Fun Size August 08, 2012 at 08:03 PM
"acerbic" nice word :-)
Kevin August 23, 2012 at 10:28 PM
i'd like Mr. Szabo to explicitly define in detail, the "natural law" that he seeks to restore. Then perhaps we could line that definition up against the constitution and see how it actually matches up. Or perhaps against the Magna Carta ?

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