Republican Gen. Don Bolduc slammed Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) during Wednesday night’s debate for acting like a career politician by not answering questions.
Throughout the debate, Hassan dodged his record on inflation, open borders and abortion.
“Here she goes again, isn’t she?” Talk like a career politician; she didn’t even answer the question,” underlined General Bolduc.
“She gets involved in politicization. She did it for six years. That’s all she does — 100% with Biden, 96 with Schumer and the Democrats. It is not bipartisan,” added Bolduc.
Hassan has refused to acknowledge his inflation fueling votes over the past two years. Hassan voted for the ‘Inflation Reduction Act and the $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus. More than 230 economists have warned that the so-called Inflation Reduction Act will exacerbate inflation.
It also enabled Biden’s war on American energy. She has voted at least twice against energy exploration in ANWR. She has voted three times in 2021 against legislation banning the fracking ban. She voted four times in 2021 against advancing the Keystone XL pipeline, killing an estimated 11,000 American energy jobs in the process.
On abortion, Hassan dodged whether she supported late-term abortions up to the time of birth. She voted to force abortion on demand up to the moment of birth without any limits in federal law by voting for the “Abortion for All” bill.
Bolduc leads Hassan by one point in the latest poll, despite spending about $9 million.
The New Hampshire Senate race is one of seven battleground states that will determine which party controls the Senate. To win the Senate, Republicans must hold Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and win either Arizona, Nevada, Washington, New Hampshire or Georgia to have a one-seat majority in the Senate.
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