Kimball names Wrobleski as NHGOP Executive Director

Newly-elected NHGOP Chairman Jack Kimball announced his selection for the Party’s Executive Director, tapping veteran Granite State operative Will Wrobleski to fill his top spot. Wrobleski is fresh from managing Ovide Lamontagne’s 2008 Senate campaign, and has worked for John Stephen, John E. Sununu, and Mitt Romney.

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Concord, NH Jack Kimball, Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, announced today that Will Wrobleski will be the next Executive Director for the NH Republican Party.

“I am very pleased that Will has accepted this position,” said Kimball. “He brings a deep passion for the Republican message and over ten years of political experience to the job. He is well-respected by Republicans across the state and has worked closely with many of the new Republican activists who have come to the effort in the past two years. I am confident that he has the knowledge, the experience and the enthusiasm the job requires.”

“Will will play an important role in our efforts to maintain the Republican majority in Concord, to return principled Republican leadership to the Governor’s office and to deliver New Hampshire to the Republican nominee for President,” said Kimball. “We will not allow New Hampshire to return to the failed leadership of the previous Democratic majority; their broken promises, overspending and radical agenda driven by out-of-state interests is wrong for New Hampshire families and businesses.”

Wrobleski also commented on his new position. “I look forward to working closely with our Chairman, the County and Town Chairs, and the grassroots activists across the state as we move forward aggressively to insure that the Republican Party in New Hampshire continues to grow and our newly earned majorities are preserved. 2012 offers new opportunities to spread the message of limited government, free markets and individual freedom.”

Wrobleski recently managed Ovide Lamontagne’s Senatorial campaign. He has also worked for Mitt Romney For President, John Stephen For Congress and for US Senator John Sununu.

Author: Staff Reporter

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