CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE – The Ron Paul Campaign proudly announced today the endorsement of former State Representative Tom Langlais, Merrimack County District #8.
"Dr. Paul is a candidate all Americans can embrace as their model for common sense conservative values," said Rep. Langlais. "He has opposed sell-out, managed trade deals, authored legislation to protect the unborn, and fought for the rights of homeschoolers—even when those positions were unpopular within his own party. Ron Paul's steadfast defense of the Constitution, his refusal to abandon principle for politics, and his down-to-earth family values make him an easy choice for the GOP nomination; he is truly a Republican's Republican, and Washington is in dire need of his help."
Tom Langlais was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives in 2004, where he served the towns of Allenstown, Epsom, and Pittsfield. While in office, Representative Langlais was recognized for his conservative voting record by Gun Owners of New Hampshire, the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, New Hampshire Right to Life, Cornerstone Policy Research, and the National Federation of Independent Business. He is a 20-year resident of New Hampshire, and a homeschooling father of five.