Natalie Wells has filed to represent Merrimack 25 in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Natalie released the following statement:
“I am proud to announce that I am running to once again represent Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner, and Webster in New Hampshire’s House of Representatives.”
When Natalie previously served in the legislature, she fought to reduce regulations on small businesses and cut taxes, something the current Democratically controlled legislature has sought to reverse.
As a retired small family business owner, Natalie knows the effects that small businesses are going through during these past few months during this COVID-19 pandemic. This past legislative session, the Democrats have attempted to pass an income and sales tax seeking to destroy our New Hampshire Advantage. Even in these current conditions while small businesses are trying to make it work, Democrats in the Legislature still want to raise taxes on our businesses. This is not the New Hampshire way.
As a mother and grandmother I’m concerned about our children’s future like many of you are. I’m concerned about big government with excessive rules and regulations. I’m concerned about our Second Amendment rights and “red-flag” laws being imposed on us. I’m concerned that parental decision-making is slowly being eroded. I stand firmly in the belief that the best government is a
limited government focused on fulfilling its constitutional duties.
Today I ask for your support and vote on Tuesday, September 8, and Tuesday, November 3, to serve as your State Representative. I will work to protect the New Hampshire economy and restore the jobs it created.