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.
I am proud of my reputation as a champion for those who sometimes slip thought the cracks, for those who need a hand-up and for those who live uncomfortably close to the edge. What we’ve learned during the Covid-19 crisis is, the edge is closer than many of us would like to admit. In the State Senate, I’ll focus on providing those in need with a safety net, while simultaneously working to make all our futures brighter and more prosperous.
RECORD OF PUBLIC SERVICE
- 6 term City Councilor and current Mayor Pro Tem
- 8 terms NH Legislator
- Chairman House Public Works and Highway Committee 2 terms
- Chairman House Transportation Committee 1 term.
- Past Co-Chair of House Women’s Health and Reproduction Rights Caucus
- 2003 Legislator of the Year Pineconia Grange #322
- 2006 Tufts Distinguished Citizen Award NH Recreation and Park Association.
- 2009 Appreciation Award Associated General Contractors of NH
- 2009 Honor Road Award NH Good Roads
- 2009 Legislator of the year NH Association of Counties
- 2010 Legislator of the Year Home Builders & Remodelers Ass. of NH
- 2012 Champion for Choice NARAL NH
- 2014 Champion For Women’s Health Planned Parenthood NH