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Five Stops in New Hampshire Today: Presidential Candidate Ryan Binkley on the Campaign Trail

JAFFREY, NH (Aug 2, 2023)–Voters are responding enthusiastically to Republican presidential candidate Ryan Binkley’s first trip to New Hampshire, as the businessman and pastor from Texas talked about reducing health care costs and inflation with voters across the state this week.

“China and their allies are doing everything they can to weaken the dollar. Our economic health has to be strong, or we can’t stand up to China. We have to get our financial health in order,” Binkley told a crowd at Dartmouth College on Tuesday. Several hours later, one of the top credit rating agencies, Fitch, downgraded one of the United States’ key credit ratings.

Today Binkley’s New Hampshire stops include a visit with a pastor in Concord and meet and greets with customers at Monadnock Country Cafe in Jaffrey, Ben’s Sugar Shack in Temple, Fulchino Vineyard in Hollis and Able Ebenezer Brewing Company in Merrimack.

The Binkley For President 2024 campaign launched its outreach and advertising blitz in New Hampshire this week. Binkley has been campaigning in Iowa for two months, spending every week and about $1 million on advertising there, to share his vision for ending healthcare monopolies, securing the border with a comprehensive immigration plan, lifting Americans out of poverty through education and balancing the federal budget.

Binkley said New Hampshire residents are ready for a new vision of America’s future. “The problems we face, and the blame we lay, can all be rectified if we look to God, find the good in our fellow Americans and resolve to trust each other one more time. I think we can all agree that we will not always agree. But what we can do is focus on those things that bring us together instead of those that tear us apart. That’s the way to freedom,” Binkley said.

The candidate’s first public event in the state was at the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences at Dartmouth College, followed by a meet and greet at Grounds coffee shop in New London and ending with lively interactions with a colorful crowd at Stark Brewing Company in Manchester talking about politics, religion and motorcycles over pizza.

Binkley is now tracking at 1% among registered voters in a national poll, equal to Asa Hutchinson and Doug Burgum and surpassing four other long-shot candidates (Perry Johnson, Larry Elder, Will Hurd, Francis Suarez). 

Binkley is co-founder and CEO of the mergers and acquisitions firm Generational Group. Under his leadership, Generational Group has grown to nearly 400 employees through 16 offices in North America and has sold over 8 billion dollars’ worth of businesses. He and his wife, Ellie, founded Create Church, also in the Dallas area, to care for all members of the community through teaching God’s word, urban missions, food drives, youth ministry, and marriage support. As the founder of The Way to Freedom nonprofit, Binkley has combined the wisdom of a businessman and the heart of a pastor to generate fresh, creative ideas to foster unity and solve our nation’s problems.
Members of the media are invited to follow Ryan on the campaign trail, view his online press kit, and schedule a one-on-one interview by contacting his campaign press office at or 214-494-1792.