Granite Staters with pre-existing conditions and health care advocates called out Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corky Messner for saying pre-existing conditions don’t exist.
The Keene Sentinel endorsed Senator Jeanne Shaheen for re-election today, highlighting how she has made a difference for our veterans and service members, and for Granite Staters throughout the region.
Today, “Colorado Corky” Messner tried to shout down and yell over the voices of Granite Staters with epilepsy, cancer, and tuberous sclerosis who were sharing their health care stories and declaring that “Pre-Existing Conditions Exist.”
In a new television ad, Phil Huber, who co-owns the Chesterfield Inn with his wife, Judy, in West Chesterfield, NH, shares how Jeanne Shaheen made a difference for their small business when the pandemic hit, creating a small business package that helped keep his business afloat and his employees paid.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate “Colorado Corky” Messner is having a very bad week. His tough-on-China rhetoric was debunked when the Associated Press discovered his law firm represented the Chinese government to sue a U.S. business. He claimed that pre-existing conditions don’t exist and dismissed 572,000 Granite Staters in this week’s North Country debate. His phony New England Patriots fandom was exposed, and he lost out on a key law enforcement endorsement to Senator Jeanne Shaheen.
Before “Colorado Corky” Messner moved to New Hampshire to buy a U.S. Senate seat, he was a die-hard Broncos fan, reports the Boston Globe. Now that he’s running for Senate in New Hampshire, he’s pretending to be a New England Patriots fan, but the photographs from his now-private social media tell a different story and his deception is the focus of a new Shaheen campaign digital ad campaign.