low taxes, low spending

Governor Meldrim Thompson was spot on when he said “low taxes are the result of low spending.” I am committed to fiscal responsibility, keeping state government lean, and using technology to make it even more efficient. I will not vote for any income or sales tax.

Rating: 5 out of 4.

clean environment

A clean environment is essential to our well-being and our economy. I believe that conservation of our environment IS a conservative issue. I will fight for policies that protect our environmental resources without harming taxpayers in the process. We have a right to clean air and water that is free of contamination. Protecting our environment should not have to mean sacrificing our tax dollars or our personal freedoms.

Rating: 4 out of 4.

second AMENDMENT

I support constitutional carry and believe we are safer with law-abiding citizens exercising their Second Amendment rights. I will vote to defend our Constitution and protect our right to bear arms.

Rating: 4 out of 4.

economic freedom & recovery

Less regulation and lower taxes keep our economy strong. We need smart conservative policies to help our economy recover after the pandemic. This means bringing more high-paying jobs to New Hampshire and reducing taxes for families affected by the government shutdowns. It also means supporting small businesses and reducing wasteful government spending.

Rating: 4 out of 4.

addiction & Mental HEALTH

Far too often, addiction, mental illness, and violence are intertwined. I believe in prioritizing funding for treatment and support while ensuring police and prosecutors have the resources necessary to crack down on drug dealers.

Rating: 5 out of 4.

reduce our electric bills

New Hampshire’s electricity is among the most expensive in the country. We need more energy infrastructure to bring down the cost of delivering energy to businesses and residents.

Rating: 5 out of 4.

tuition accountability

College tuition is too expensive and it’s only rising more. New Hampshire’s college students are taking on increasing debt. We need to reduce costs by holding administrators responsible for wasteful spending that does not help prepare students for life after graduation. As a recent graduate, I know how frustrating it is to see rising tuition rates that do not translate to better opportunities for students.

Rating: 5 out of 4.

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Many college students choose to leave New Hampshire after graduation, or they decide not to return after attending college in other states. We need to grow our workforce and strengthen our economy by keeping educated young professionals in New Hampshire. I will work hard to bring attractive jobs to our state and help young professionals kick-start their careers in New Hampshire.

Rating: 5 out of 4.