Noveletsky Campaign for Congress Rolls out New Endorsements

April 25, 2024

Greenland, NH – Today, the campaign for Conservative CEO and Army reserves veteran, Hollie Noveletsky, announced a new set of legislative endorsements in her race for Congress.

Each Endorser made a statement regarding their decision to endorse Noveletsky for Congress.

NH State Representative Jodi Nelson (R-Derry) – “We need an outsider and independent thinker representing us in Congress. Hollie isn’t a politician; instead, she’s a concerned grandmother and businesswoman who understands the issues facing Granite Staters. Hollie will fight for us and has my endorsement in this race.”

NH State Representative Steve Pearson (R-Derry) – “Hollie is not a career politician. She’s a hard-working businesswoman who knows what it takes to get the job done. She will stand for our conservative values and our first responders in DC, and that is why Hollie has my support and endorsement.”

NH State Representative Kristine Perez (R-Londonderry) – “Hollie is definitely the person we need in Washington. She is a strong businesswoman, a fellow nurse, and a veteran with the values and commitment to work for the people of New Hampshire. That’s why I’m endorsing Hollie Noveletsky for Congress!”

Hon. Richard Littlefield (R-Laconia) – “As a native Granite Stater, I have been concerned for years about congressman Pappas and his inability to be an effective fighter for CD1 in Washington DC. With Hollie I won’t have to worry anymore. With her life experience as a successful business owner, dedicated veteran and grandmother I know Hollie Noveletsky will do more than shadow box elites when she becomes a New Hampshire congresswoman. Join me in voting for a real fighter, and real change in New Hampshire’s first congressional district.”

I am truly honored by the continued support this campaign is receiving,” said Noveletsky. “Across the district, voters want something different. They’re tired of the career politicians who have put America in this mess, and they want someone who will fight for them. From securing the border to promoting fiscal responsibility, I will be an advocate for real solutions in Washington DC.”

The endorsements highlight the continued momentum that has been experienced by the Noveletsky Campaign, including a massive grassroots fundraising advantage over her primary opposition.

Hollie Noveletsky is the CEO of Novel Iron works in Greenland, and a psychiatric nurse practitioner. She also served for 10 years between the US Army Reserves and NH National Guard. You can learn more about her and her campaign for Congress at

Previous Endorsements:

Rochester Mayor Paul Callaghan

NH/VT Chapter Association of Businesses and Contractors (ABC)

Josh Reap – President of NH/VT Association of Builders and Contractors (ABC)

Renee Plummer – Business Leader and Leading Republican Activist

Sen. Sharon Carson – NH State Senate Majority Leader

Hon Bob Giuda – Veteran and Former NH State Senator

Hon. Kim Rice – Former Speaker pro Tempore of the NH House of Representatives

Hon. Dick Gordon – Former NH State Representative

John Guertin – Founder and CEO of New England Hospitality

Mike Houghton – President of Dowling Corp

Nick Perro – Owner of Perro Welding Services

Laurie Mancincelli – Principal MTM Insurance

Billy Cuccio – Owner, Lobster Trap Restaurant

Bruce Theriault – Candidate for State Representative in Hampton

Stephen Capone – Owner Capone Iron

Lenny Severini – Owner Charles Leonard Steel Services

Joshua Cilley – President of American Steel & Precast Erectors

Gary & Mimi Thomas – Owners of NorthPoint Construction Management

Mike Stansbury – CFO NorthPoint Construction Management

Tim Gendron – President and Owner Tim’s Fabricators Inc

Joe Harding – Owner of Harding Metals

Kyle Reagan – CEO DECCO Inc.

Joe Campbell – President of North Branch Construction

Steven Chasse – President of SL Chasse Steel

The Lang Family – Owners of Lang’s Landscape Services Inc

Tara Tucker – Greenland Police Chief

Nicole Whitman – Welding Instructor from Nottingham

Erlon Jones – First Responder, Chatham