Bosse, 36, of Hillsboro, left a job in Sen. John Sununu's office to run for Congress. He has portrayed himself as a fiscal conservative who wants to reduce the size of government. Fifty days before the primary, he began a campaign to each day name one federal budget item he'd cut. The programs on Bosse's chopping block included the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and ethanol subsidies.
The Monitor endorsed Bosse, as did the conservative New Hampshire website, GraniteGrok.
Sunday, September 7, 2008
From the Concord Monitor
Reporter Melanie Asmar recaps the Second Congressional District Primary:
Posted by Grant Bosse at 2:03 PM