- Associated Press - Friday, October 30, 2015

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - A former dean at the University of New Hampshire’s business school is making another run for the state’s 1st congressional district.

Dan Innis made his announcement on Thursday.

The Republican first ran in 2014, but was defeated in the primary by Frank Guinta, who went on to win the election.

Innis said key elements of his campaign will include economic development, lower taxes, addressing veterans’ issues, strong national security, and insuring responsible and transparent leadership in government.

State Rep. Pam Tucker of Greenland said earlier this week she was exploring a run for Congress in the 1st District, potentially setting up a three-way Republican primary with Guinta and Innis.

Former representative Carol Shea-Porter is seeking to win the Democratic nomination. Bedford businessman Shawn O’Connor is also running.

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