Kevin Smith and Don Bolduc Both Oppose Bipartisan Bill to Outcompete Chinese Government and Lower Costs
Republican Senate candidate Chuck Morse has still not said whether he supports the bipartisan Competition and Innovation bill that is now on its way to the President’s desk for a signature. This legislation, which 17 Senate Republicans and 24 House Republicans voted for, will help the United States outcompete the Chinese government, boost American manufacturing, and lower costs for families.
“If Chuck Morse wants to represent the people of New Hampshire in the Senate, he should at least have the guts to tell them where he stands on critical, bipartisan legislation that will help us outcompete Beijing,” said Maggie for NH spokesperson Kevin Donohoe. “Unlike her opponents, Senator Hassan will always proudly stand up for American manufacturing and won’t shy away from taking on the Chinese government.”
Morse’s opponents, Don Bolduc and Kevin Smith, both sided with the Chinese Communist Party last week by opposing this bipartisan legislation. On Wednesday, Don Bolduc tweeted he would vote “hell no” on the legislation, and a few days later during a radio interview, Kevin Smith followed suit, calling the bipartisan Competition and Innovation bill a “terrible idea” and saying “I could not have supported this.”