ICYMI: New Video and Taxpayer Protection

ICYMI: New Video and Taxpayer Protection

Yesterday, I introduced a new series called “In Case You Missed It” featuring past Letters to the Editor, newspaper articles, supporter letters, etc. The goal of these short videos is to show voters of District 20 that I am engaged in local politics, understand the issues, and have a track
How open is NH government?

How open is NH government?

Here's my Letter to the Editor in today's Union Leader: To the Editor: "We like to pretend our government is open and transparent, but is it? In the category of “Public Access to Information,” according to a 2015 Center for Public Integrity study, New Hampshire ranked 49th out of 50
Podcast with Tom Woods

Podcast with Tom Woods

I was honored to be featured on the Tom Woods Show yesterday. We talked about my NH Senate race, the positive changes I have made in my life, and why I believe District 20 is ready to elect me to office in order to preserve and expand the liberties we
Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

A couple of weeks ago, I met a retired firefighter while out on the Piscataquog River trail. We walked together for about an hour, chatting about life in New Hampshire and my Carla Gericke for NH State Senate race. He spoiled Nellie with treats. He seemed to like my general
Walk the walk

Walk the walk

If you are going to talk the talk, as I do, about private, free market and voluntary solutions to society's challenges, then you must walk the walk, too. This past Sunday, I was delighted to join my fellow Manchester Republicans to participate in the Walk Against Hunger. We raised $1,
Senate campaign videos

Senate campaign videos

Since I am new to many of you, I thought it would be helpful to make a series of informal videos where you can learn more about me, my background, positions, core values, and more. You can watch last week's video here. Catch this week's here, where I talk about
Getting to the root of the opioid crisis offers real solutions

Getting to the root of the opioid crisis offers real solutions

Today, my opponent has a write up about the opioid crisis in the Union Leader, “Working together to solve the opioid crisis.” While the solutions and stakeholders presented are “kinda-sorta” steps in the right direction, this piece fails to mention one very important aspect, the person who is at the
Tax all "Zombies" equally

Tax all "Zombies" equally

Look, I like the idea of the ARMI project being developed in the Manchester Millyard by entrepreneur extraordinaire, Dean Kamen (even if the manufacturing of "human tissue and replacement organs" has "Zombie Apocalypse" written all over it). BUT, according to this Union Leader article, the "New Hampshire Legislature appears on
Enough! Leave us alone!

Enough! Leave us alone!

I wrote a wrap up of the rallies that took place at the State House yesterday, April 20th. You can read about it at Shire Liberty News. "As Granite Staters, we have to decide. We have to decide whether we want to walk this path towards socialism and its undeniably
Carla Gericke is running for NH Senate 2018!

Carla Gericke is running for NH Senate 2018!

Today, January 6, 2018, at the Merrimack Valley Porcupine meetup at Murphy's Taproom in Manchester, I announced I will be running for NH Senate in District 20 (Goffstown, Manchester Wards 3, 4, 10, 11). I’m running because District 20 deserves a senator who fights for the rights of the