Baxter takes aim at Manchester voters in CD-1 primary

Republican 1st Congressional District candidate Tim Baxter is taking a road less traveled for conservatives as he tries to climb out of the pack in the crowded primary. Baxter said he was focusing on where U.S. Representative Chris Pappas could be strongest, in Manchester. , for viewers who can’t see it at home, we’re in Manchester,” Baxter said. “And there’s a kind of conventional wisdom that Pappas is strong in Manchester. ‘Stay away. Work somewhere else.’ And we did the reverse approach. We said, “We’ll take it to him.” We are working hard in Manchester, not just for the primary, but to build that base and then use it to win overall. He said he wanted to abolish the Internal Revenue Service, arrest Dr. Anthony Fauci and remove President Joe Biden. “(Biden is) mentally not okay,” Baxter said. “He’s not capable of running the country. I run a small business. I wouldn’t let Joe Biden run my small business, let alone run the country.” As to whether this amounts to a felony or a high misdemeanor? “It’s just plain obvious that he’s not competent to run the country,” Baxter said. stock. In early July, Baxter told News 9 that he would support a constitutional amendment to ban abortion. Now he favors a tighter restriction. “You could have an abortion ban which is a constitutional amendment that’s ironclad to ban abortion in the seventh, eighth, and ninth months, and I think that’s something that could pass and that’s is what I support,” Baxter said. He said the most limited measure would be something that could be accomplished. “I’m interested in doing something, like we did in New Hampshire,” he said. “We used our leverage and our numbers, those of us who are conservative, to make sure they had an abortion ban late in the budget.”

Republican 1st Congressional District candidate Tim Baxter is taking a road less traveled for conservatives as he tries to climb out of the pack in the crowded primary.

Baxter said he was focusing on where U.S. Representative Chris Pappas could be strongest, in Manchester.

“The campaign office, for viewers who can’t see it at home, we’re in Manchester,” Baxter said. “And there’s a kind of conventional wisdom that Pappas is strong in Manchester. ‘Stay away. Work somewhere else.’ And we took the opposite approach. We said, ‘We’re going to bring it to him. We’re working hard in Manchester, not just for the primary, but to build that base and then use that to win overall.

Arguably, there is no other candidate in the primary to Baxter’s right. He said he wanted to abolish the Internal Revenue Service, arrest Dr. Anthony Fauci and remove President Joe Biden.

“(Biden is) not mentally with it,” Baxter said. “He’s not capable of running the country. I run a small business. I wouldn’t let Joe Biden run my small business, let alone run the country.”

As to whether this amounts to a felony or a serious misdemeanor?

“It’s obvious he’s not competent to lead the country,” Baxter said.

As the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down national abortion rights, Baxter said there is an opportunity for Republicans in Congress to act. In early July, Baxter told News 9 that he would support a constitutional amendment to ban abortion. Now he favors a tighter restriction.

“You could have an abortion ban which is a constitutional amendment that’s ironclad to ban abortion in the seventh, eighth, and ninth months, and I think that’s something that could pass and that’s is what I support,” Baxter said.

He said the most limited measure would be something that could be accomplished.

“I’m interested in doing something, like we did in New Hampshire,” he said. “We used our leverage and our numbers, those of us who are conservative, to make sure they had an abortion ban late in the budget.”

Jack L. Goldstein