Running forState Representative - Hillsborough 19 (Ward 10)
Running as Democrat
Running forNH State Rep Hillsborough District 45
Running as Democrat
Entrepreneur, business developer and manager, Day Spa owner for 20 years.
Past Board member
Manchester Historic Association
Friends of Vally Cemetery
NH Lakes Association
Conservation Conservation Commissioner, chair 20 years
School Board member in Manchester 2020-21
State Legislator 2006-2022
Served on several Committees in the House
Environment and Agriculture
Resource and Economic Development
Municipal and County Government
Commerce and Business Affiars
Current jobGroundskeeper for the Currier Museum and their Frank Lloyd Wright Houses
Development Director for the American Lung Association
Owner, Manager and Operator at Not So Plain Jane’s 20 years
Current residence609 South Main Street, Manchester, NH
Time lived in NHLived in Manchester 67 years, My whole life
College of Life Long Learning
Best way to contact candidateBest way to reach me jane.beaulieu@ leg.state.nh.us 603-203-8440
If elected or re-elected, please describe legislation you expect to sponsor or co-sponsor.
Bills regarding labeling goods made with PFAS
The State siting of new landfills, establishing rules to guide DES
Plastics in our wastestream
What are the most important concerns you’ve heard from Manchester residents and how can you address those concerns if elected or re-elected?
I have lived in Manchester my entire life, 67 years. Residents in Manchester are concerned with property taxes and the State’s downshifting financial responsibilities to cities and towns. Rising energy costs and the deterioration of our public school system eg. school vouchers and banning of school library books
New Hampshire legislators are citizen legislators and being a legislator is a significant time commitment. How much time per week can you spend on legislative duties while the Senate/House is in session?
I have dedicated several hours each week to fulfill my legislative duties. I work part time during summer months. I am active in my community with education and natural resources programs
How do you feel the current divisive political climate in the United States will impact the New Hampshire General Court over the next two years and how would you navigate that divisiveness in your duties?
The Free State Project, its members we call free staters, are a threat to our communities moving forward. The Free Staters are actively working to destroy the fabric of our democracy in NH.
What is the most significant issue facing Manchester residents at the municipal level and how can you, as a legislator aid the city government on that issue?
School funding and the downshifting of taxes needed to maintain a healthy community
In your conversations with voters, what is the most significant issue to them right now? How would you address that if elected or re-elected?
Fake news , homelessness and school funding, affordable healthcare.
In your opinion, what were the five most significant pieces of legislation introduced over the last two years? Please explain what made them significant.