Donald J. Trump Makes Three Additional Key Hires in New Hampshire
Andrew Georgevits, Representative Joshua Whitehouse and Zach Montanaro Join Trump’s Team Helmed by Corey Lewandowski
(New York, NY) March 31, 2015 – Donald J. Trump today announced three new hires in New Hampshire. Andrew Georgevits will serve as Deputy State Director, Joshua Whitehouse will join his growing team as Coalitions Director and Zach Montanaro will serve as Field Coordinator. Andrew Georgevits, Vice Chairman of the Concord GOP, is a veteran of the New Hampshire primary process on both the Advance and Political side. Andrew is the 2015 Norris Cotton Award Winner and has been active in New Hampshire politics on all levels.
Mr. Trump also announced State Representative Joshua Whitehouse will serve as his Coalitions Director. In 2014 Representative Whitehouse was the top vote getter in his district while running against multiple incumbents. He has worked extensively on several campaigns in New Hampshire, the most recent being Andrew Hemingway’s bid for Governor. Representative Whitehouse is, among other things, currently spearheading an effort to pass tort reform in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
Zach Montanaro of Windham, New Hampshire has joined as a Field Coordinator. Montanaro previously worked as Field Director on Marilinda Garcia’s campaign for Congress with additional experience in Senator Kelly Ayotte’s Manchester office.
Andrew, Joshua and Zach join Matt Ciepielowski, who served as the New Hampshire Field Coordinator for Americans for Prosperity.
Corey R. Lewandowski, Senior Political Adviser to Mr. Trump, said of the new hires, “Mr. Trump has hired Andrew Georgevits, Representative Joshua Whitehouse and Zach Montanaro to provide additional strategic counsel in New Hampshire. These strong additions to his growing team further signify Mr. Trump’s serious and active exploration of potential Presidential candidacy.”
Last week Suffolk University released a survey of 500 Republican Primary voters, polled between March 21st and March 24th. The results revealed Donald Trump to be among voter favorites, emphasizing his growing popularity among Republican voters in early primary states like Iowa, South Carolina and New Hampshire and the increasingly strong desire for a Republican candidate that is a proven business leader and not a traditional politician. Trump will return to New Hampshire on April 17th.