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It’s official! I have filed to run again for State Representative. My commitment to serving *J4M Town Hall 2 close upas a voice for you and a vote for Milford is stronger than ever.

I am listening, and with your support, I will continue to work collaboratively to develop creative solutions and support smart policies that foster:

  • an economy that works for everyone;
  • quality public schools; and
  • strong, healthy families and communities.

We need a transparent, just government that truly represents all citizens. I am committed to serving you with integrity, listening to your concerns, and working to secure a BETTER FUTURE for you, for our kids, for Milford, for New Hampshire.

Thank you for your support!     Click HERE to DONATE to my re-election campaign.

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9/15/18

Thank you for your support!

Thank you all for your ongoing support and for continuing to reach out to let me know what your concerns and questions are.  It was nice to see so many of you at the polls on Tuesday at the Primary!  Thanks for coming out to vote!

Here are some of the primary result highlights:

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

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I loved speaking with our “We the People” high schoolers today at the polls. It’s so great to see our youth engaged and asking critical questions!

Martin 1062
Petrigno 918
Dargie 929
Frazier 832

Burns 781
Thornton 651
Halstead 693
Yule 661

STATE SENATE

Chandley 971
Tilton 221
Daniels 941

GOVERNOR

Kelly 881
Marchand 340

Sununu 945

Again, thank you so much for your support.  I am more committed than ever to serve as a voice for you and a vote for Milford at the State House.

 

I will continue to Fight for Property Tax Relief

As I outlined in the Milford State Representative Candidate Forum held on September 7th, I am co-sponsoring a bill for the upcoming session to provide much-needed property tax relief for Milford residents.

Screen Shot 2018-09-16 at 10.04.00 AMThis continues to be one of the top concerns I hear from you.  Although my reconsideration motion for property tax relief this past session, along with bipartisan colleagues, was shy of passage in the House by only one vote, I won’t stop!

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