Sununu Says He Will Decide On Senate Bid ‘In Next Week’

The Governor of New Hampshire. Chris sununuChris SununuBiden and the progressives lead the Democrats into the wild. (R) said Saturday that he will decide on a possible Senate run “next week,” as many wait to see if the Granite State CEO will run for Congress.

Sununu told Fox News that he wants to make a determination on a possible Senate run “before the holidays.”

“I think I would like to make a decision before the holidays, frankly. I don’t want this to weigh on me and the citizens and, so to speak, the political electorate, so to speak, during the holidays, ”Sununu said.

He said he has gone “back and forth and back and forth” on whether or not to jump into the race.

“I think it’s fair to say, and fair to me and my family, to say look, let’s make a decision. I have been going around and around while talking to different people and observing different variables. So my feeling is that I will probably make a decision in the next week. Maybe before, who knows. Not necessarily tonight, ”he said.

Sununu’s candidacy for the Senate is something that political observers have been anticipating.

A poll by the University of New Hampshire Poll Center released last month found that Sununu is virtually tied in a showdown against the first-term Senator. Maggie hassanMargaret (Maggie) Hassan’An earthquake ‘: GOP soars after Democrats beat Biden on Tuesday and progressives led Democrats into the desert Jean Rounds, wife of South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds, dies of cancer MORE (DN.H.), who is running for reelection next year.

Forty-five percent of those polled said they would vote for Sununu if the elections were held that day, while 42 percent said they would support Hassan. However, with a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points, the two referees are tied.

Six percent of those surveyed said they would support a different candidate, and another six percent said they remain undecided.

Hassan, however, did a poll before retired army general Don Bolduc (R), who has already announced his candidacy. 47% of those surveyed supported Hassan, while 42% of those surveyed said they would support Bolduc.

Previous President TrumpDonald TrumpIsraeli officials say the United States should open a consulate for Palestinians in the West Bank Virginia’s loss reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE Bolduc applauded in a statement in September, praising his “incredible presentation on Mark milleyMORE, the Taliban and China’s all-time favorite general! “referring to an interview on” Fox and Friends “when Bolduc asked Milley, the then chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to resign.

Sununu spoke to Fox News during the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership summit in Las Vegas.

Its. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward Cruz Democrats are getting hit while they’re down: It’s time to hit back The Senate confirms Thomas Nides as US ambassador to Israel Cruz, Menendez spar at Senate Foreign Relations hearing on Egypt MORE (R-Texas) petitioned for Sununu to run for Senate during the conference, telling the audience that “everyone present should come up to Chris and say ‘the governor is great but you need to run for Senate,'” according to Fox News.

Cruz said that the governor “could retire without help Chuck schumerChuck Schumer Immigration Reducers Make One Last Effort to Obtain Green Cards in Reconciliation New York City Helps Taxi Drivers After Hunger Strike Schumer Hints at Obstruction Reform After the Republican Party Blocked the Provisional Bill voting rights MORE as Senate Majority Leader, ”prompting applause from the crowd.

Sununu raised the prospect of a Senate run before the conference audience, telling them, “I could run for governor. I could run for the Senate. I don’t know, ”before adding,“ trust me, I’m going to win either way, ”according to Fox News.



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