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Don Bolduc on Civil Rights

 

 


I don't look at color; I look at content of their character

I served 33+ years in the United States military, one of the most diverse organizations in the country and the organization that was the first to desegregate in our country back in 1948. I don't look at people by the color of their skin, their religion, their sex, their orientation. I look at them as through a lens or the quality of their character, content of their character, the quality of the type of person that they are and the contribution that they make.
Source: NHPR The Exchange on 2020 New Hampshire Senate race , Nov 9, 2020

Solution to racism is not laws but education

We wouldn't be having this conversation if there wasn't racism existing in our in our country. It requires education. It requires us to stand shoulder to shoulder and to look past all those differences. I don't think there's a program that you can create or a law that you can pass or legislation that you can do. These are ideas. These are things about about fairness and in developing trust and about a moral consciousness that our country has overcome to include our state.
Source: NHPR The Exchange on 2020 New Hampshire Senate race , Nov 9, 2020

AdWatch: opposes marriage equality

[On liberal support of LGBT rights]: "I didn't spend my life defending this country to let a bunch of liberal, socialist pansies squander it away," Bolduc says in the 15-second ad, airing on cable television. "I'm Don Bolduc, I approve this message, and
Source: The Advocate AdWatch on 2020 New Hampshire Senate race , Aug 17, 2020

Shut down national media to stop spread of COVID fear

Don Bolduc suggested that the national media should be shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to reduce public anxiety. "I have a recommendation," he told a Sullivan County GOP meeting. To "buy down the fear," he proposed, "let's simply take national media and shut it down and see what happens. I guarantee you that better information gets out at the local level, people are better informed, there's less hyperbole, [and] there's less fear being spread."
Source: American Independent on 2020 New Hampshire Senate race , May 21, 2020

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