NEW: Washington Post Highlights Sununu Business Conflicts of Interest
In a new report this morning, The Washington Post highlighted Chris Sununu’s conflict of interest with Waterville Valley Ski Resort in its report on how GOP governors are personally benefiting from their COVID-related policies. “This report is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how Chris Sununu has pushed policies to benefit himself and his family’s businesses, including his family ski resort, instead of doing what’s best for Granite Staters,” said NHDP Chair Ray Buckley. “Just recently, he decided to vaccinate ski patrol members ahead of teachers and allow out-of-staters who own second homes at Waterville Valley to get the vaccine ahead of Granite Staters.” As The Washington Post notes, “In New Hampshire, members of GOP Gov. Chris Sununu’s family are investors in the Waterville Valley Resort, a ski resort in the White Mountains with a full slate of summer offerings including boating, tennis and golf. Sununu served as chief executive there until late 2016, a few days before he took office.” Read the entire story at The Washington Post.