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LONDONDERRY, N.H. – Standing behind the counter of Poor Boy’s Family Diner in this southern New Hampshire town, Nikki Haley had a message for supporters of GOP Senate nominee Don Bolduc.
“All eyes are on New Hampshire, right. Because the majority goes through New Hampshire,” the former Republican governor of South Carolina — who later served as ambassador to the United Nations in former President Donald Trump’s administration — told the crowd.
Bolduc, a former Army general who ran as a populist MAGA-Republican style outsider during his second straight bid for the Senate in the key general election battleground state, last week narrowly captured the GOP nomination over longtime state Senate President Chuck Morse, a more mainstream conservative candidate who enjoyed the support of popular Republican Gov. Chris Sununu.
Bolduc is now…