Candidate, A Former Educator, Believes in Working Collaboratively

By Faith Minton

My name is Faith Minton and I am a candidate for the New Hampshire House of Representatives in District 25, which includes Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner, and Webster. My husband David and I have lived in Warner for over 40 years, and we raised our two sons here.

New Hampshire families are currently facing challenges that even a few months ago none of us could have imagined. I am deeply concerned that at a time when we most need to work together, our society has become increasingly polarized. I have had years of experience working collaboratively with others to achieve positive results.

In my career as an educator, I have taught early childhood education in Head Start and public schools. I was elected as a Warner representative to the Kearsarge Regional School Board. I have run a small business, bringing wellness-focused classes to schools, businesses, and the community for 25 years.

In 2017, I was honored to receive the Warner Men’s Club Community Service Award as an Outstanding Citizen. The award was given in recognition of years of contribution to the community.

We need representatives who have a record of achievement, who will listen to the concerns of our citizens, and who are committed to working collaboratively to create a better future. As I campaign, I am looking forward to learning what is most important to you. I am asking for your vote on September 8 and November 3.

Thank you,
Faith Minton