vnews.com 02 Oct, 2020 19:30 am

Column: Why I can’t — and won’t — vote for Trump

I first voted for a Republican presidential candidate in 1964 when I was 21 and head of Youth for Goldwater at the University of New Hampshire. Since then I have voted 13 more times for every nominee of my party, including Donald Trump four years...

By CHUCK DOUGLAS To the Valley News Published: 10/2/2020 1:28:11 PM Modified: 10/2/2020 1:28:00 PM I first voted for a Republican presidential candidate in 1964 when I was 21 and head of Youth for Goldwater at the University of New Hampshire.I will split my ballot and vote Republican for the rest of the ticket because New Hampshire Gov.And we need a New Hampshire Republican House and Senate to balance the state budget’s $300 million hole without raising taxes.At least my old party’s principles on deficits and spending live on in New Hampshire, if not in the White House.

” Chuck Douglas, of Bow, is a former New Hampshire congressman from the 2nd District, Superior Court and Supreme Court judge, and a retired New Hampshire Army National Guard colonel.Since then I have voted 13 more times for every nominee of my party, including Donald Trump four years ago.

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