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Negron plans another run for Congress

By Staff | Mar 30, 2019

NASHUA – Steve Negron, who won the 2018 Republican nomination for New Hampshire’s 2nd Congressional District, plans to again challenge U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., in 2020.

“Since U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster has taken office, New Hampshire families and taxpayers continue to be underrepresented, undervalued, and voiceless on Washington’s spending craze. Kuster’s allies who now control Congress continue to ignore the plight of fiscal injury at $22 trillion in debt and climbing – this is irresponsible and shows contempt for our future grandchildren,” Negron said.

Negron has been a U.S. Air Force officer and small business owner of Integron LLC. His company employs 16 full-time staff members and offers logistical support to the national defense supply chain in multiple states, including New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Utah. Negron was also a procurement leader at Lockheed Martin, GTE, and General Dynamics.

“The real concerns of families also involve public safety from our neighborhoods to our borders, earned benefits for our veterans, and a demonstrating a strong independent voice and political restraint while serving the people of New Hampshire,” Negron added.


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