Governor Weld has been busy campaigning this week!
If you missed all the coverage, or want to know where Bill will be next, read on!
Ballot Access: We are officially on the ballot for FOUR states and have submitted paperwork for an additional SIX states!
This week, we are submitting paperwork to get on the ballot in Utah, Tennessee, and North Carolina. By the end of the week, we will also have submitted paperwork to get on the ballot in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas! We are still waiting to hear the official word that we are on the ballot in Florida, California, and Georgia, which were submitted over the past few weeks.
In the News: A Few of This Week’s Stories
The Washington Post: There’s at least one Republican who’s not afraid to stand up to Trump
“It is too bad that Weld is not getting more traction, because I am convinced he would be a better president not only than Trump (a very low standard) but also than any of the Democratic front-runners.”
The New Yorker: “I’ve Never Seen Evidence So Clear”: Inside the House Effort to Draft Articles of Impeachment
“In February, 1974, just as the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment inquiry into Watergate was getting under way, John Doar, the inquiry’s lead counsel, asked two young staffers to prepare a report.”
The Hill: Trump challenger Bill Weld: “If I win the New Hampshire primary, all bets are off”
“Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld (R) defended his chances of unseating President Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination, saying he is betting hard on winning New Hampshire.”
Newsweek: Trump 2020 challenger Bill Weld accuses president of using border wall ‘scare tactic’ to make Americans ‘angry’
“Former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld, who’s thrown his hat into the ring as a contender for the 2020 Republican party nomination, has said that President Donald Trump is using his border wall rhetoric as a “scare tactic” to keep his voter base “angry” at others.”
Upcoming Weld2020 events and where you can find Bill next!
Manchester Christmas Parade
Saturday, December 07th | 4:00 PM ET
Parade Start: 1750 Elm St
Open to the public