Improve the Lives of New Hampshire’s People by Providing Greater Opportunities to Succeed
My Priorities for New Hampshire
If we do not have employers, we do not have jobs, and people do not have the ability to improve their lives. Over the past 20 years, New Hampshire has fallen to the bottom 1/3 of the nation in productivity gains, workforce readiness, infrastructure, and overall business climate. Our energy costs are 4th highest in the nation. In many communities, school enrollment is declining and “For Sale” signs are everywhere in our District as the state economy continues to stagnate. We are exporting our best and brightest students because job opportunities are much better and more numerous elsewhere.
We must restore New Hampshire’s business competitiveness to attract new businesses and encourage new startups. Developing a robust business environment will bring in new jobs and enable our citizens to succeed and build better lives for themselves and their families.
My priorities for New Hampshire
Jobs and the Economy
Defeating the Opioid Epidemic
Improving Workforce Readiness
- Increasing State Government Accountability
Each of my Issues Briefs will address these topics and provide you with information about what I plan to do to empower you to improve your life. I have written in greater detail about these and other issues in my blog, and hope you will review them as well.
Ultimately, it is your vote that will enable me to move forward with these priorities, so that we can work together to improve our lives and preserve freedom and opportunity for future generations.