Noveletsky Solidifies Status as Conservative Outsider in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District

July 9, 2024

Takes firm command of the stage in 2nd Primary Debate

Manchester, NH – Tonight, Hollie Noveletsky made a convincing case to be the Republican nominee for New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District as candidates gathered for their 2nd debate of the primary.

In the debate, which was hosted by NH Journal, Noveletsky laid out her background and discussed the main issues facing the Granite State. She discussed topics like securing the border and putting a stop to inflation which are front and center on voter’s minds, and as the only candidate on stage who has never previously run for office, she showed that she is the conservative outsider in the race.

She also continued to call out her opponents for inconsistencies in their track record. From pointing out Prescott’s vote to fund planned parenthood, to calling out Bright’s openness to a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, Noveletsky drew clear contrasts between her views and those of her opponents.

“Tonight was a great night for Hollie,” said Noveletsky’s campaign manager, Isaac Hadam. “But it was also a great night for Granite Staters. They got to see firsthand that Hollie is the right choice for the first Congressional District and that she represents an honest and straightforward style which is what people want. Voters are fed up with career politicians who don’t stand up for our conservative values and Hollie is the complete opposite of a career politician.”

“I would like to thank the New Hampshire Journal and Saint Anselm College for hosting this debate,” said Noveletsky. “It’s great for people to hear from the candidates and I know that, at the end of the day, the more I am speaking with voters, the more they are resonating with this campaign and the message I am articulating. People are ready for a change.”

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