Truncated repost from InsideSources
In an interview on the John Fredericks radio show today, Lewandowski said he’s leaning strongly toward running, and that his candidacy would help the entire NHGOP.
“If you ask me if I’m more or less likely to get in this race, I’m much more likely than just a week ago,” Lewandowski said. “I am closer today to announcing than I have ever been, and I don’t know if I can wait until October because Jeanne Shaheen is using my potential entry into this race to raise vast sums of money and I don’t want to give her that advantage.” Lewandowski suggested his announcement could come as soon as mid-September.
And, he claims, it would be a tremendous boon for the GOP ticket in New Hampshire “from top to bottom.”
“My entry into this race is going to galvanize Republicans, really turn out those [Trump supporting] independents, and help everybody from the top of the ticket to the bottom.”
“If I were to get into the race, it would excite the conservative base and those independents who are better off today than when Trump was elected, and bring them to the election. The money that would come into this race if I’m involved is going to help, not only the presidential race, not only the Senate race, but the governor’s race, the state senate, the state house, and the Executive Council.
According to Wayne Lesperance, professor of political science at New England College, these early attacks from Democrats “show they are worried about his candidacy. If he runs, he will have access to the tremendous organization, resources, and a sympathetic media partner in FOX news that is as good as any GOTV effort Democrats have.
Read the full report from InsideSources.