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Understanding the Executive Council and Floterial District 25

This month we elect a member of the Executive Council. Members of the Executive Council have much more power over state finances and high level employees and judicial appointments than most people realize. It is important to understand what your Executive Councilor believes and supports. The following is taken from the New Hampshire Executive Council […]

Joe Kenney for NH Executive Council District 1

I am running for re-election to Executive Council District 1 and I ask for your vote on Tuesday, November 8. The New Hampshire Executive Council has gotten more notoriety this time as two of my colleagues are now running for Governor representing their perspective parties. The Executive Council is a two part Executive Branch system […]

Mario Ratzki Reports from Concord, October 2016

The business of the House is basically finished in Concord. We now know who survived contested primaries and who will go on to fight in the general election. The county delegation will be meeting on Friday, November 4, to vote to authorize a contract between the state and the county regarding the new County Courthouse. […]

NH House District 25, Republican, Natalie Wells

NH House District 25, Republican, Natalie Wells

I stepped up to run for state representative because as a grandmother and former family business owner, I wanted to be a part of the process to preserve values and grow New Hampshire. For the family, I will vote against Common Core standards that are not allowing children their greatest abilities. Parents cannot help their […]

NH House District 1, Democrat, Mary Anne Broshek

NH House District 1, Democrat, Mary Anne Broshek

I have been a full-time resident of Andover since 1990, now living at the farm my parents purchased in 1951. For most of my adult life I have voted for both Republicans and Democrats, since both parties worked together in the past to represent all residents. Our representatives back then did not have an ideology […]

State Representative District 25, Democrat, David Karrick

State Representative District 25, Democrat, David Karrick

I’m David Karrick. I’m running for my third term in the New Hampshire legislature. I’m proud to have represented Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner, and Webster in the New Hampshire legislature since you first elected me in 2012. I have served on the Ways and Means Committee, where we review all bills that could provide revenues for […]

President, Democrat, Hillary Clinton

President, Democrat, Hillary Clinton

I’ve spent my life fighting for kids and families. It’s been the cause of my career, and it will be the mission of my presidency, because too many families are still struggling to get ahead. And too many Americans feel like our country doesn’t have a place for them, because of their religion, race, or […]

President, American Delta, Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente

President, American Delta, Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente

I’m not a career politician. I’m just like you. I live in the real world, not a political one. I don’t have to pretend to understand minority issues, because I am a minority. I don’t have to pretend to understand how to create jobs, because I have created thousands. I don’t have to pretend to […]

Register of Deeds, Republican, Kathi L. Guay

I started my career with the Registry of Deeds in 1975, working and learning all aspects of the job prior to running for election in 1984. I have had the privilege of serving the citizens of Merrimack County as Register since 1985. I was the first county in New Hampshire to start electronic recording of […]

Executive Council, Democrat, Michael Cryans

Executive Council, Democrat, Michael Cryans

My name is Michael Cryans and I am running for the Executive Council.  Three of my primary issues are: 1) The Planned Parenthood contract: I will vote for this; my opponent has voted against it. Planned Parenthood offers annual exams, affordable birth control, and cancer screenings to over 12,000 women in the district. 2) Medicaid Expansion: I will vote for this; my […]