Bolduc picks up name conservatives for 2020 Senate GOP bid

CONCORD — The high-pitched battle to win over conservative hearts and minds in a Republican primary for the U.S. Senate shifted on Tuesday with retired Brig. Gen. Don Bolduc of Stratham landing two notable names, Karen Testerman and Fred Doucette.

Running against a seasoned political figure like former House Speaker Bill O’Brien of Nashua, Bolduc as a first-time candidate for any office needs to recruit and win over well-known activists who can help plead his case heading into the 2020 campaign.

On Tuesday, Bolduc landed a past GOP candidate for governor and someone who once ran Cornerstone New Hampshire, now one of the strongest socially conservative groups in the state.

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