Mitt Romney today welcomed the support of three New Hampshire County Attorneys representing Rockingham, Merrimack, and Cheshire Counties.
"I am gratified to have the support of these outstanding County Attorneys. They all have exceptional records of public service and have continually stood up for the men and women of New Hampshire's law enforcement community," said Mitt Romney. "They will all serve important roles in my New Hampshire campaign and help me spread my pro-jobs message of lower taxes, limited government and less spending across the Granite State."
Announcing his support, Rockingham County Attorney Jim Reams said, "I am impressed with Mitt Romney's understanding of the economy and the markets based upon his business experience. Combined with his demonstrated leadership ability, he can create jobs and get this country moving again. There would be no "on the job' training necessary with Mitt Romney as President."
New Hampshire County Attorneys Endorsing Mitt Romney:
Peter Heed Was Elected Cheshire County Attorney In 2006. Before this, he served as New Hampshire Attorney General from 2003-2004. He previously served as Cheshire County Attorney from 2000-2003.
Scott Murray Was Elected Merrimack County Attorney In 2010. From 1983-2010, Mr. Murray served as the Concord, NH City Prosecutor. Prior to that, he served in the Commissioner's Office at the New Hampshire Department of Safety from 1980-1983.
Jim Reams Was Elected Rockingham County Attorney In 1998. After graduating from Franklin Piece Law Center in Concord, he started his career as an Assistant Rockingham County Attorney. He currently serves as the President of the National District Attorneys Association.