A NEW APPROACH
My approach is simple – work with all parties. Listen to all ideas and negotiate in good faith. Keep the public informed via social media, email and my website.
The State House belongs to the people of New Hampshire. As your Representative, I would be your employee, and I would take my oath of office seriously. If elected, my sole focus will be to work hard for you, on issues important to you – doing so within the context of both the Constitution of New Hampshire and the United States. The way things were supposed to be.
I am the son of a US Marine Vietnam Vet. I am also a small business owner, a retired New Hampshire State Correctional Officer and a student of the New Hampshire and US Constitutions. As an avid hiker, kayaker and outdoorsman, I have seen the beauty of New Hampshire up close and personal.
Having grown up in Massachusetts, I have seen waste, fraud and abuse at its worst. I have also seen the drug war from a different perspective. Having lost my brother in 2011 to a heroin overdose, I understand the opioid crisis better than most.
Today, New Hampshire residents face a number of issues, the most important of which vary, depending on who you talk with. Personally, I believe gun rights, drugs and taxes deserve immediate attention. That said, I am not running to focus solely on issues important to me. Of primary concern are issues that impact the people of Hillsborough District 1 and the State of New Hampshire.