DERRY, N.H. — Former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate Bill Weld made stops in New Hampshire on Thursday.
Weld spoke to a crowd in Derry about health care, the economy and climate change.
The only Republican challenger to President Donald Trump so far, Weld said he shares the same concerns as voters.
“I think the voters in Derry showed they are very serious about the problems of climate change, the deficit, all the things I’m worried about, work education and getting the job done in Washington,” he said. “I was impressed with the crowd here.”
Weld also visited Portsmouth on Thursday.