Robinson named volunteer coordinator

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For Immediate Release

 

MANCHESTER, NH  September 9, 2021–The mayoral campaign of Manchester Republican Rich Girard announced that TJ Robinson will manage the campaign’s volunteers.  Robinson has been politically active for five years, beginning as a volunteer with the Trump Campaign in 2016.  He has continued to be involved in numerous political campaigns including, Eddie Edward’s 2018 congressional campaign, Matt Mowers 2020 congressional campaign, and his most recent position as the Assistant State Director for the Republican National Committee Election Day Operations in coordination with the 2020 Trump Campaign. Robinson currently attends Saint Anselm College and studies Politics.

“We couldn’t be happier to make this announcement,” said Girard.  “TJ’s experience working with volunteers is exactly what we need as we head into the primary and to prepare for the General Election.  TJ’s come along at the perfect time and our volunteers and supporters can have confidence in his ability to get the job done.  We’ve been working together for the past couple of weeks so I know he’s the right guy to manage these efforts and I’m glad to have him onboard.  Wish I’d found him earlier!”

Robinson can be reached by new or future volunteers or those wanting signs or bumper stickers at [email protected]

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Rich Girard

Richard H. Girard is a well known and highly respected conservative public figure and opinion maker in southern New Hampshire. A native of Manchester, NH, Rich has devoted nearly three decades to serving and educating the community about the critical issues in local politics and government. Rich’s diverse background includes running for and holding public office, providing leadership and management for other candidates’ political campaigns, extensive experience in the public and not-for-profit sectors, being sought as a political commentator by media outlets across the region, and having started and run three businesses, including this one.

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