Do New Hampshire Dem Gov Candidates Support Tom Steyer’s Radical Agenda?

Do Steve Marchand and Molly Kelly support Steyer’s calls to impeach the president and his radical agenda?

Per the RGA:

Today, far-left California billionaire megadonor Tom Steyer will reportedly be in New Hampshire to push his radical agenda as part of his “Need To Impeach” campaign. This raises a new question for the state’s Democrat gubernatorial candidates, Steve Marchand and Molly Kelly: Do they support Steyer’s calls to impeach the president and his radical agenda?

This year, Steyer and his NextGen America Super PAC have been highly active in gubernatorial races around the country, holding events in Georgia, Wisconsin, South Carolina and other states while pressing Democrat candidates to take a stand on impeachment. Steyer has also spent millions of his own money to support politicians willing to back his job-killing far-left agenda in recent election cycles, becoming one of his party’s best-known sources for campaign cash.

With Steyer appearing eager to involve himself in New Hampshire for this election cycle, voters deserve to know where Marchand and Kelly stand. Do they support his radical agenda and his calls to impeach the president?

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