Faith Minton Has Been a Strong Advocate for Children and Education

By Richard Cook and Rebecca Courser

Please consider voting for Faith Minton, a Warner resident and Democrat running for NH State Representative in District 25.

Faith has lived in Warner for over 40 years.  During that time she has been very instrumental in her community, serving in a variety of capacities in education by working as a public school teacher, co-founding and serving on the board of a non-profit daycare center, and recently representing Warner on the Kearsarge Regional School Board.

Faith is a strong proponent for recreational activities for children, serving on the Warner Parks and Recreation Board that created the Silver Lake beach area and Bagley fields for playing all sorts of sport activities. She has served as a Friends volunteer, mentoring girls, and works annually for the Fall Foliage Festival.

Faith sat on the board of Main Street Warner, Inc. which created the Jim Mitchell Community Park on Main Street. She has owned and operated a small business on top of her various volunteer activities. She was recognized for her efforts by receiving the Warner Men’s Club Award for community service in 2017.

Faith is an attentive listener, a thoughtful problem solver, and a hard worker. She will achieve results that will benefit the residents of District 25.  We urge you to strongly consider her achievements and vote for Faith to be our representative.  

Richard Cook
Rebecca Courser