Author: Vikram Mansharamani

On May 17, Vikram attended the New Hampshire Republican Party's annual Amos Tuck Dinner in Portsmouth, NH. Vikram spoke with dozens of supporters who continued to express frustration with Washington DC dysfunction and are eager to have a conservative outsider represent them in Congress. ...

Vikram made an unannounced stop at Tempesta's Restaurant in Keene where he spoke with owners Jim and Tracey about the challenges of running a small business in today's economy. ...

On May 11, Vikram attended the 2024 Monadnock Area Summer Games in Keene organized by Special Olympics New Hampshire to support his daughter Tori and her teammates from Crotched Mountain who were competing in several events.  ...

William Morrison submitted a letter to the editor of the Concord Monitor to comment on Vikram's opinion piece titled "Campus Chaos and America's Character."  The text of the letter, which was published on May 5, is below:   LETTER: Observations on "Campus Chaos" As a former (30 years)...

On April 29th, Vikram visited Ben's Sugar Shack in Temple to talk about the challenges facing small businesses.  He spoke with owners Ben and Emily about how inflation and a tight labor market were impacting his ability to hire and grow....

[caption id="attachment_992" align="alignnone" width="671"] A sign that reads, Gaza Solidarity Encampment, is seen during the Pro-Palestinians protest at the Columbia University campus in New York, Monday April 22, 2024. (AP Photo/Stefan Jeremiah)[/caption] Vikram Mansharamani of Lincoln is a candidate for Congress in New Hampshire’s 2nd Congressional...

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Patrick Hynes: Second District race is heating up THE FALLOUT from Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster’s (NH-02) surprise retirement announcement last month continues and the primary contests for both parties are starting to take shape. The original long list of Republican candidates has been winnowed down to three...

On the Trail: New congressional candidate spotlights border, inflation, overseas conflicts By PAUL STEINHAUSER Vikram Mansharamani charges that “Washington D.C. is completely dysfunctional,” but he’s hoping voters send him there to help fix the gridlock. Mansharamani, a businessman, entrepreneur, and author who made an unsuccessful run for the...