Executive Council candidate Jane Cormier welcomes Colt and talks Second Amendment

Executive Council candidate Jane Cormier welcomes Colt and talks Second Amendment

Home | State Government Union Leader Correspondent Jane Cormier (left) browses the merchandise at Riley’s Sport Shop in Hooksett with sales associate Dave Wiley (Travis R. Morin / Union Leader Correspondent) HOOKSETT — Republican candidate for Executive Council Jane Cormier paid a visit to Riley’s Sport Shop in Hooksett Saturday to talk Second Amendment issues and welcome representatives from Colt’s Manufacturing Company, who were on site with a mobile shooting trailer where attendees could test fire Colt firearms. Cormier, who is challenging former Manchester mayor Ted Gatsas for the District 4 Republican nomination, said she chose to hold the event at Riley’s because of a passion for gun rights. “We support the Second Amendment,” said Cormier of her campaign. “Most gun owners are extremely responsible and knowledgeable about their firearms, and I’d like to be able to put a face to it. I’m running for office and the Second Amendment is really important to me.” As current District 4 Councilor Democrat Chris Pappas leaves office to run for the 1st District U.S. House seat, the race for the position on the state’s five member Executive Council is an open contest on both sides of the aisle, with businessman Gray Chynoweth and former Manchester Alderman Garth Corriveau competing to be the Democratic nominee. A former state representative for Belknap Country’s District 8, Cormier said she plans to emphasize constitutionally conservative principles with any nominations and appointments put before the council, including a state Supreme Court position that will open in […]

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Executive Council candidate Jane Cormier welcomes Colt and talks Second Amendment

Executive Council candidate Jane Cormier welcomes Colt and talks Second Amendment

Home | State Government Union Leader Correspondent Jane Cormier (left) browses the merchandise at Riley’s Sport Shop in Hooksett with sales associate Dave Wiley (Travis R. Morin / Union Leader Correspondent) HOOKSETT — Republican candidate for Executive Council Jane Cormier paid a visit to Riley’s Sport Shop in Hooksett Saturday to talk Second Amendment issues and welcome representatives from Colt’s Manufacturing Company, who were on site with a mobile shooting trailer where attendees could test fire Colt firearms. Cormier, who is challenging former Manchester mayor Ted Gatsas for the District 4 Republican nomination, said she chose to hold the event at Riley’s because of a passion for gun rights. “We support the Second Amendment,” said Cormier of her campaign. “Most gun owners are extremely responsible and knowledgeable about their firearms, and I’d like to be able to put a face to it. I’m running for office and the Second Amendment is really important to me.” As current District 4 Councilor Democrat Chris Pappas leaves office to run for the 1st District U.S. House seat, the race for the position on the state’s five member Executive Council is an open contest on both sides of the aisle, with businessman Gray Chynoweth and former Manchester Alderman Garth Corriveau competing to be the Democratic nominee. A former state representative for Belknap Country’s District 8, Cormier said she plans to emphasize constitutionally conservative principles with any nominations and appointments put before the council, including a state Supreme Court position that will open in […]

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