Where I stand on the issues:
Reckless federal spending has made inflation skyrocket. Consumers
are feeling the impact, on everything from gas to groceries. We
lower taxes and fees, suspend property tax increases and
cut spending to help people cope with these tough times.
Over the past several years our Constitutional rights have been getting tested more and more. This applies especially to our rights of free
speech, assembly, religion, petition, and privacy.
All of our constitutional rights need to be protected at the
state level—from big government, big-tech or any other organization trying
to infringe upon them.
second amendment rights
We have the right to keep and bear arms—to defend ourselves, our
families and our property.
We must stop all “Red Flag” gun confiscation laws and any
other attempts to infringe on our Second Amendment.
We need to clean up voter rolls, stop out-of-state student voting
and get rid of the machines (do hand counting) to restore
faith in the election process.
budget and taxes
End the state’s acceptance of federal government funding
that comes with strings attached. 32% of the NH 2022 budget is
funded with federal money.1
And that doesn’t include COVID relief money, which is in the
billions. With enough strings, NH becomes a federal puppet.
Lower/eliminate taxes at every level. I also do not support
a state sales or income tax.
Reduce/remove regulations that negatively impact small
businesses. Stop government subsidies that pick winners and
Limit the governor’s power and authority regarding states of
emergency—including the ability to suspend our constitutional rights and
shut down businesses.
Recall elected officials who are failing to represent the
who elected them. Public officials should always have to be
accountable, not just every 2 years.
Use a free-market approach
to provide more educational choices for families and a lower
cost to the taxpayer.
Options would include private schools, charter schools, online
learning and home schooling. New Hampshire spends an average of
$21,843 per pupil every year, yet student proficiency in Math
(48%) and English (56%) continue to fall short of the state
targets.2 Our children are our
future, we need to do better.
Vaccinations should be the choice of the individual, not mandated.
People should not be denied access to proven treatments to cure