Aug 29, 2016 9:09 AM

NH congressional candidate's resume includes discrepancies

The Associated Press

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire congressional candidate appears to have a history of inflating or falsifying parts of his resume.

The Concord Monitor reports Republican state Rep. Eric Estevez has exaggerated his political, educational and business achievements. Estevez is running in a Republican primary to represent the 2nd Congressional District. Estevez is disputing the discrepancies in his resume or attributing them to others' mistakes.

Several people listed as directors of a consulting firm set up by Estevez say they are not associated with it. At least one of the organizations Estevez lists working with denies partnering with him.

Estevez says he has a doctorate from Northeastern University, but the school does not have a record of him graduating from the program. The paper reports Estevez claimed political endorsements that didn't happen.

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