Dear Friends – For the past 15 years, I’ve worked to represent our families in the NH House of Representative and on the Concord City Council. Now, I’m running for the New Hampshire State Senate. With your support, I’ll continue to work to build a stronger New Hampshire and a stronger future for our families.”
Over the years I have had the great privilege and honor of representing Concord Ward 9 in the New Hampshire State Legislature and the City Council.
My husband and I have deep roots in the Capital region. We bought our home in Concord over 30 years ago. Since then, we’ve raised our son who is a graduate of Concord’s public schools.
I’m running for State Senate because now, more than ever, we need experienced leaders with a proven track record of accomplishment. While on both the Concord City Council and in the NH House of Representatives, I have fought to support public schools, strengthen working families, create jobs and a more family friendly economy, protect our natural resources, and support women’s health care rights, to name just a few of my priorities.
The current covid-19 epidemic is clearly the most pressing concern for most NH families and businesses. If you or your family is in need, please contact Candace directly or go to any of the following information sources for help.
For More Information About NH's coronavirus response, please go to...
NH Department of Health and Human Services https://www.nh.gov/covid19/ or call 2-1-1 or 1-866-444-4211
For information on unemployment benefits, please go to... http://www.nhes.nh.gov or call 603-271-7700
For Information on small business support, please go to... http://www.nheconomy.com
While social distancing, Speaker Shurtleff and Mayor Bouley understand our community will always be her top priority and that’s why they are coming together to support Candace.
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