In an interview with WKXL’s Chris Ryan, Brigadier General Don Buldoc discusses the efforts by the RNC-Republican National Committee to put pressure on the New Hampshire State Republican Party to undermine his candidacy because he has not been endorsed by Trump Victory Organization. General Buldoc is running against Bryant “Corky” Messner in a Republican Party primary on September 8, 2020.
The winner of the primary election would then square off against Democrat incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen on November 3, 2020.
The Republican National Committee has endorsed Corky Messner. The RNC feels that Messner has a better chance of victory because he has “raised” more money. Don Buldoc disputes the validity of this reason because Messner’s campaign is mostly self-funded. Corky Messner is very wealthy and has loaned his campaign $3 million. General Buldoc believes that the $700,000 that he has raised shows that he has more grassroots support than his opponent.
General Buldoc was born and raised in New Hampshire. He enlisted in the US Army at age eighteen and rose through the ranks to Brigadier General. After 36 years of service, including 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan, five Bronze Stars and two Purple Hearts, Don Buldoc retired in 2017. General Buldoc has degrees in criminal justice, sociology, strategic studies, and business technology.
Corky Messner was born and raised in a small town in Pennsylvania. He graduated from West Point in 1979 and served as an Army Rangers captain until 1984. Messner moved to New Hampshire about 12 years ago after making his fortune by building up a corporate law firm in Colorado.
Don Buldoc is passionate about New Hampshire’s history of having fair and equitable primaries. He feels that the Granite State is in jeopardy of losing its status as being the first in the nation presidential primary as a result of this attempt by Trump Victory-RNC to rig the Senate and Congressional Primaries.