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“Low Taxes are the Result of Low Spending” – Governor Mel Thompson

To preserve the New Hampshire Advantage we must keep taxes low and never implement a broad-based sales or income tax.  Adding new taxes or fees will not lower existing taxes – including our extremely high property taxes.

Instead, we must limit and control government spending and put away the municipal credit-cards (bonds.) We have to reign in spending at all levels, including school districts, which account for a huge chunk of New Hampshire’s spending.


“All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves, their families, their property, and the state.” – New Hampshire Constitution, Article 2-A

No gun control. Period.


“Live Free or Die, for Death is not the Worst of Evils” – General John Stark

New Hampshire has a long tradition of being a liberty-loving state.  Granite Staters do not need a nanny-state government to control every aspect of their lives.

I will vote against every attempt to grow government, including (but not limited to,) NO mandatory vaccines, NO seatbelt law, NO helmet law, etc.  I trust that YOU know how to take care of yourselves and your families.


Over the past couple of decades, school spending has more than doubled, yet our results have not improved at all.

It’s time to rethink our entire school system and provide more choice, opportunity, and freedom to families and students.

Public Charter Schools, School Vouchers, Education Savings Accounts, and School Choice are great steps to start down the path of Education Reform.

Parents know what is best for their childrens’ education (yes, even carpenters!) Let’s get the government out of the way and empower students to realize their full individual potential.