PRIORITIES & IDEAS

  • Create a favorable business environment with skilled workers and the infrastructure necessary to compete in a globalized economy
  • Provide affordable housing in the county working with town governments and private builders
  • Protect a women's RIGHT to choose and continued funding of organizations like Planned Parenthood
  • Against any broad-based regressive taxes
  • Ensure access to quality public education from early childhood through college. Provide free Community College to retrain workers and address the high cost of tuition at UNH
  • Promote energy efficiency, conservation and clean-energy technologies
  • Protect the availability of clean, safe air to breathe and water to drink and preserve our environment for future generations
  • Provide access to affordable, comprehensive health care, expanding Medicaid (a tool in addressing the opioid crisis) and moving to single payer Universal Health Care
  • Attract young families to support a growing economy, either from other states and territories or from outside the country.  Carroll County can attract young families to address the farm to table movement and use the County farm as an incubator. 
  • Legalize Marijuana and target the revenue the state receives to school funding reducing the burden on property taxes and lowering the cost of higher education
  • Having some of the better public schools in Carroll 4 we need to keep our schools at this high level and not provide voucher to private or religious schools
  • Decriminalize mental illness and addiction, and use that money to provide health services
  • Voting is a right and responsibility and not a privilege, and that every step should be taken to ensure that all eligible individuals vote in every election
  • Protect the constitutional rights of all without discrimination.
  • Provide a living wage to New Hampshire workers – 70 % of jobs in Carroll County are retail or tourism
  • Support our Veterans – they gave so much to us, we need to support them when they come back from overseas
  • Work in a bipartisan way to address the issues in Carroll County government