Ron Paul Adds to his Team in New Hampshire

Congressman Ron Paul of Texas added to his team in New Hampshire as two state representatives from Hillsborough -- Tammy Simmons and Mark Warden -- endorsed his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday.

“Ron Paul speaks directly and clearly to the people about the issues, and never treats voters like they somehow can’t understand the challenges facing this country,” insisted Warden. “Americans get it -- we’re experiencing it. And we need a president with decades of consistency on sound money, limited government, free markets, and a strong national defense.”

“Our debt and deficits are out of control. Prices continue to rise and the dollar continues to collapse,” said Simmons. “We can make hard decisions or we can let things spiral further out of control. I ran for office to reduce the size and scope of government, cut spending, and restore liberties. I meant what I said, and I will no longer vote for people who say one thing and do another.

With these two endorsements, there are now 12 state representatives backing Paul in the Granite State, which will host the nation's first primary.
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