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
Broad experience

Broad experience

Yesterday, the pictured Letter to the Editor appeared in the Union Leader. I hope to earn YOUR vote on November 6th! "New Hampshire is a unique state. Our representatives are far closer to the people than other states, which provides a diverse and interesting Legislature. But each seat in our
Town Square YUUUUGE Success

Town Square YUUUUGE Success

On Tuesday, candidates and supporters gathered at Manchester City Hall for our first Town Square: Come hear ye, hear ye! The goal of these recurring monthly events is: "Candidates, bring your 5 minute stump speeches! Voters, bring your questions! Let's have some fun while we respectfully discuss issues important to
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
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
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