Former New Hampshire Senator Bob Smith endorsed Duncan Hunter for President today. "Congressman Hunter is a moral man, an inspirational leader and a no nonsense conservative who will always put 'principle above politics' in the image of the late great New Hampshire patriot Meldrim Thomson," said Smith.
Smith served in the U.S. Senate from 1990-2003 and made a brief run for President in 2000 as a Republican, Constitution candidate and Independent before dropping out and endorsing Bush. In 2004 Smith, after losing re-nomination in 2002 and moving to Florida to be a real estate agent, endorsed Democrat John Kerry for President because of Kerry's plan to reduce the national debt.
It has also been rumored that Smith is considering making a run for the Constitution Party presidential nomination in 2008.