Term limits correlate strongly to state fiscal health

Term limits correlate strongly to state fiscal health

Say it isn't so! My opponent, Lou D'Allesandro (80) has been in the Senate, raising your taxes for 20 years. This article states: “'Only 15 state legislatures in the U.S. are term limited,' U.S. Term Limits President Philip Blumel writes in a letter to the Mercatus folks.
Time for an independent, new voice

Time for an independent, new voice

Today's Sunday Union Leader features another Letter to the Editor from a Manchester small business owner in support of my candidacy. My favorite line is this description: "I am no fan of Lou 'Never Met a Tax He Doesn't Like' D'Allesandro." :P It's true! "[Republican] Carla's main issues seem to
The many reasons to vote Republican

The many reasons to vote Republican

Pamela Ean, who is running in District 15 and I recently penned an op-ed for the Concord Monitor in which we make a case for your support and vote on November 6th. "New Hampshire consistently ranks as the best state in which to live, work, and play exactly because of
Gericke is a refreshing change

Gericke is a refreshing change

"As an independent voter, I have found myself becoming increasingly disappointed and frustrated with politicians over the years. I place a high level of importance on principles and integrity, and I value practical efforts toward solving pressing problems. Rarely have I felt any candidate cared about anything other than getting
Meeting 'n greeting in Manch

Meeting 'n greeting in Manch

A big THANK YOU to everyone who attended last night's Meet and Greet hosted by Jean Mathieu and I at her office on Elm Street. Jean is the Republican candidate for Ward 4, which falls within my Senate District 20 (Manchester Wards 3, 4, 10 & 11 and Goffstown). Thanks
Why I am voting for Carla Gericke

Why I am voting for Carla Gericke

I'm not particularly sappy, but finding this Letter to the Editor in today's Union Leader brought tears to my eyes. "I was in an accident and became paralyzed a few years ago and Carla, in keeping with her beliefs, gave me a hand up instead of a hand out by
NH Senate Republicans deliver the results Granite Staters want

NH Senate Republicans deliver the results Granite Staters want

Today's Union Leader features an op-ed by Senate Majority leader Chuck Morse in which he lays out how Republicans in the Senate have delivered the results Granite Staters want. Be wary of empty promises made by Democrats who have to steal from Peter to pay for Paul! "Senate Democrats can
Election integrity matters: Recount elevates Gericke to fusion candidate

Election integrity matters: Recount elevates Gericke to fusion candidate

On Tuesday, I attended a recount at the State Archives in Concord on the Libertarian Party primary ballot after it became clear that someone, somewhere had failed to tally the write-ins for Manchester Ward 11 correctly. I am humbled by the support shown by Libertarian voters who wrote me in,
Primary is coming up on Tuesday 9/11

Primary is coming up on Tuesday 9/11

Yesterday afternoon, Louis and I attended a cruise hosted by the FreeCoast Festival, which is taking place for the 5th year in downtown Portsmouth this weekend. The featured picture is of a group of supporters who agreed to be snapped for a photo before we boarded the boat. By now,
Without transparency there is no accountability

Without transparency there is no accountability

One of my key issues is government transparency because without access to information, we have no way to hold our government employees accountable. Without transparency, there is no accountability, and without accountability, taxpayers are... screwed. The NH Constitution, uniquely among most states, has an article specifically on its citizens’ Right