Running forState Representative Hillsborough District 16 (Ward 9)
as a candidate of theRepublican Party
Prior political experience/officesNone
EducationBachelors in Finance & Entrepreneurship from Johnson & Wales University 2015-2018
MBA in Finance from SNHU 2018-2020 (Still Enrolled)
Best way to contact candidateEmail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a text/phone call 603-703-8662
If elected or re-elected, please describe legislation you expect to sponsor or co-sponsor.
There is a lot to accomplish if elected. A few pieces of legislation I would sponsor or co-sponsor is to:
1. Balance the state budget
2. Protect the 2nd Amendment
3. Strengthen Voter Integrity Laws
4. Increase non-casino gambling to increase funding for education
What are the most important concerns facing you’ve heard from Manchester residents and how can you address those concerns if elected or re-elected?
The top two concerns I have heard are: The implementation of a commuter rail and increased taxes. In regards to the commuter rail, I sent out a survey to the residents of Ward 9 and they are against the commuter rail, and I would also be against it. It would lower the property value of our residents and would not be utilized enough to justify. For the increased taxes, I am against any new tax that takes more money out of our paychecks.
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 will work tirelessly to best represent Ward 9. I can dedicate as much time as needed to make a positive impact.
In your view, describe the atmosphere within the legislature over the past two years. Do you believe this atmosphere will continue and how would that affect how you approach this position if elected or re-elected?
I believe the legislature over the past two years has gone from representing the people to supporting mainstream national agendas. When elected, I will bring the focus back to the people here in NH.
What is the most significant issue facing Manchester at the municipal level and how can you, as a legislator aid the city government on that issue?
The most significant issue facing Manchester is education, and as a legislature I would introduce different streams of income to increase funding to schools that do not come from the taxpayers.
With the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 in the future, do you support the legislature meeting remotely?
I do not. I believe the legislature has the responsibility to meet in person.