New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District Republican Candidate, stated that Chris Pappas, a vulnerable Democrat, had failed Granite Staters because he was blindly loyal to President Joe Biden.
A recent Saint Anselm College Survey Center survey out of Granite State found that 46 percent of 1,265 New Hampshire voters would vote for a generic Republican rather than a generic Democrat. This gives a GOP candidate a 4-point advantage over a generic Democrat.
Only 42% said they would vote generic Democrat. This could indicate that Pappas is running for reelection.
The poll showed that 46 percent said it was time for someone else to represent them in the 1st Congressional District. Only 38 percent believed Pappas deserves reelection.
Mowers, who was a Trump Tower employee during the 2016 campaign and served on the transition team of former President Donald Trump, before he became a senior White House adviser at State Department. He then ran against Pappas as a Republican in 2020. Breitbart News reported that “Pappas” is Pelosi’s personal Congressman, whose blind loyalty has led to the demise of Granite Staters.
After Breitbart News reported on federal fundraising records showing that Pappas and her affiliate organizations had funded 61 per cent of the congressman’s campaign between November 24, 2020 and December 31, 2020, Pappas was dubbed “Pelosi’s personal congressman”.
“New Hampshire voters have the intelligence to see through Chris Pappas’ attempts to repaint his failing record,” Mowers said. We will hold Joe Biden responsible for his policies that led to record inflation and disasters at the southern border, as well as defunding the police and an erosion in American values.
Pappas voted 100 percent with the Biden administration since the president took aim at American energy. Biden has canceled Keystone XL Pipeline and stopped oil and gas leasing on public lands. He also stopped federal support for oil projects abroad and suspended oil drilling leases at the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Biden also lifted sanctions against Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipe.
Pappas supported the Democrats’ $1.2 billion, 2,702-page bipartisan infrastructure bill. This bill was signed into law by Biden last year and has been driving inflation. He also supported the $1.75 Trillion Build Back Better Act (BBB), which, according to studies, would have caused even more damage to the economy.
On March 23-24, 1,265 New Hampshire voters were surveyed by the Saint Anselm College Survey Center. The overall margin of error was +/- 2.8%, while the specific congressional district question had an error margin of 3.8 percent.