Just before he spoke at his campaign gathering in New Hampshire, President Donald Trump got a lot of support from groups and leaders in the Granite State.
The 603 Alliance, which is New Hampshire’s biggest group of rights activists, backed the president just before his Veterans Day campaign gathering in Claremont.
“The 603 Alliance is proud to be endorsing Donald Trump,” said State Rep. Jim Kofalt, the managing director of the group.
He continued, “While the rest of the candidates are clamoring to appeal to the donor classes, Donald Trump is reaching out to regular people, engaging with the grassroots, and setting the stage for victory next November.”
“The 603 Alliance is all-in for Donald Trump,” Kofalt concluded.
Along with the 603 Alliance and Kofalt, Trump was endorsed by nine other officials from New Hampshire.
The list, which Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington posted to X (formerly Twitter), includes:
- State Representative Kristin Noble, Hillsborough District 2
- State Representative Karen Reid, Hillsborough District 27
- State Representative Douglas Trottier, Belknap District 8
- State Representative Len Turcotte, Strafford District 4
- Belknap County Commissioner Peter Spanos
- Carroll County Commissioner Terry McCarthy
- Grafton County Commissioner Omer C. Ahern Jr.
- Merrimack County Commissioner David M. Lovlien Jr.
- Sullivan County Commissioner Joe Osgood
“There is only one candidate in the race for President in 2024 who can provide a solution to our nation’s economic, foreign policy and social crises, and most importantly, beat Joe Biden at the ballot box,” said Carroll County Commissioner Terry McCarthy, one of Trump’s endorsers.
“That person is President Donald J. Trump,” she continued, “and I’m so proud to endorse his campaign to Make America Great Again.”
Even though the 603 Alliance backed Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in 2016, they quickly switched their support to Trump when Cruz dropped out of the races.
The group later endorsed President Trump in 2020, saying at the time that the 45th president “kept his word and fulfilled his stated goals” that he made during the 2016 election.