2016 GOP Presidential frontrunner leads the pack in New Hampshire by nearly 20%, and now the real estate mogul is adding more endorsements to his campaign arsenal just one month away from the “live free or die” state’s primary contest.
According to WMUR:
“In a sign that he can reach out to the GOP establishment, political outsider Donald Trump was endorsed on Monday by several well-known New Hampshire business leaders and activists.
As WMUR.com first reported on Twitter, Nashua real estate developer and longtime Republican Party activist Sam Tamposi Jr. of Nashua and Manchester real estate executive Ben Gamache backed Trump.
The Trump campaign announced that in addition to Tamposi and Gamache, also backing Trump were Arthur Sullivan, co-owner of Brady Sullivan Properties, which owns City Hall Plaza, the Brady Sullivan Plaza and the Brady Sullivan tower.
Windham selectman Bruce Breton, a former chairman of the Windham Republican Committee, also signed on with Trump.
In an interview before a Trump rally at the Castleton Banquet and Conference Center, Tamposi told WMUR.com, “Here’s a guy who know how to get things done. He’s tried and true. He’s a proven entrepreneur who knows how to cut the red tape and bring good professional people into his organization, and he can do the same thing with the government,” Tamposi said.”