Stay tuned for the high notes...

Stay tuned for the high notes...

Failure is never easy, especially when you are used to succeeding. I finished high school when I was 16, and law school when I was 21. I was crowned "Miss Mafikeng" in 1982, winning a hairdryer for being the prettiest girl in primary school. I was one of the youngest
Thanks, from 'on the banks'

Thanks, from 'on the banks'

My sincere thanks to the voters of District 20 for their support yesterday. I did not win, but I did get 1.5% more votes than in 2016. My time will come. Running against "the lion of the senate" was always going to be an uphill slog. I genuinely believed
Taxpayer Protection Pledge, and all kinds of good stuff

Taxpayer Protection Pledge, and all kinds of good stuff

Last week was super busy, and I'm playing catch up on informing you about my race. First, and most awesomely, my billboard on South Willow went up! :D Last Wednesday, I got to hang out with Grover Norquist (pictured) and many other candidates who support the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, which
Vote like your rights depend on it...

Vote like your rights depend on it...

The following op-ed appeared on Manchester Ink Link: Did you know there will be two Constitutional amendments on the Nov. 6th ballot? Since political TV ads are spilling over from Massachusetts that may lead to confusion for Granite State voters, here’s a breakdown of the two questions that will
Your liberty comes first

Your liberty comes first

The following op-ed appeared as part of "Granite State Debates" in the print version of today's Union Leader: I am the Republican nominee for state Senate in District 20, running against a 20-year incumbent, Lou D’Allesandro (80), the self-declared “Lion of the Senate,” who has seemingly unlimited funds from
25 years of real world experience

25 years of real world experience

I finished high school when I was 16 years old, and law school when I was 21. My first "job" was when I was eight-ish, when my sister, our best friend, and I would go--with our parents' permission--to a neighborhood grocery store in Pretoria, and offer to push customers' shopping
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
Outstanding candidate for Senate

Outstanding candidate for Senate

Thank you to Joe Kelly Levasseur for this ringing endorsement! I had a splendid time last week on the "Will and Joe Show" on Channel 23. Thanks for having me! "Every once in a while I’ll do an interview on the Will and Joe show and I’ll walk
Excited to support Carla Gericke

Excited to support Carla Gericke

Thank you to this Manchester mom for her support! I promise to do her proud, and to serve all my constituents with integrity, character, and compassion. "If you are a voter who believes in fiscal responsibility and helping reduce barriers to success that hard-working mom’s like myself face, I
Free to mind your own business

Free to mind your own business

Three years ago today, my husband, Louis, and I moved the first items into our home of the West Side of Manchester (pictured is Nervous Nellie and some of our artwork; we have lived and loved living in the Granite State for more than a decade). I have lived and
Independent senator who will do what's right

Independent senator who will do what's right

My Sunday ritual is to wake up early and read the Union Leader while drinking coffee on my back porch. There's just a hint of Fall in today's air. The birds are chirping. It was wonderful to encounter this Letter to the Editor, "We need an independent senator," in support
Get out and vote! Today 9/11 is primary day

Get out and vote! Today 9/11 is primary day

Today's the day to make your voice heard and pick your party's candidates for the general election on November 6th. If you are looking for guidance and want to know which candidates are pro-liberty, use this nifty resource, LibertyBallot.com to find the recommended candidates facing contested primaries. PLEASE NOTE: