Mayoral candidate Jay Ruais announces endorsements of local Manchester leaders

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MANCHESTER, NH-   Jay Ruais on Wednesday announced a list of Manchester leaders who are supporting his campaign for Mayor.

In a prepared statement, Ruais said:

“I could not be more humbled and honored to have the support of these individuals. Everyone on this list is a leader in our Manchester community and plays a critical role in ensuring our city lives up to its potential. With their help, we will begin to fix the core challenges facing our city, and their inclusion on our very first endorsement list demonstrates our campaign’s commitment to building a coalition that will help deliver a new day for Manchester.”

Jay Ruais
Jay Ruais. Courtesy photo

  • Frank Guinta

Campaign Chairman

Former Mayor of Manchester and Congressman from (NH-01)

“As a former Mayor of Manchester, I know exactly what it takes to run this city. Jay’s background as an officer in the Army National Guard, professional experiences working on addiction and homelessness issues along with his personal story of resilience is the perfect recipe to address our city’s deepest challenges.”

  • Ted Gatsas

Former 4 Term Mayor of Manchester, and Executive Councilor from District 4

  • Ronnie Schlender

Queen City Community Leader

Campaign Treasurer

  • Sebastian Sharonov

Former Alderman Ward 6

  • Ken Tassey, Jr.

Ward 6 School Board Member

  • Will Infantine

State Representative 

  • Ross Berry

State Representative

  •  Larry Gagne

State Representative

  • Tom DeBlois

Former State Senator

  • Ray Hebert

Former State Representative 

  • Ben Gamache

Business Owner

  • Larraine Lencki

Manchester Businesswoman

  • Michelle Chretien

Small Business Owner

  • Pat Mills

Small Business Owner

  • Nick Gray


Gray Property Group


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