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Conversations with a Candidate

I believe public officials should be available to their constituents. If elected, I intend to have public meetings where my constituents can meet with me, and discuss their concerns. But to be elected as your Representative, I need your vote on… Continue Reading →

Municipal Elections 2018

Here’s almost everything you need to know about Tuesday’s Municipal elections! (You get to decide who you should vote for!) Election Details  March 13, 2018. Polls open from 7:00 AM-7:00 PM at 5 polling places: http://www.townofsalemnh.org/sites/salemnh/files/u496/voting_districts_2018.pdf Absentee Ballots Absentee Ballot Rules: http://www.townofsalemnh.org/sites/salemnh/files/file/file/absentee-voting-information.pdf… Continue Reading →

Southern NH Contaminated Water

Another nearby town — Windham — has been found to have perfluorochemicals (PFCs), including PFOA and PFOS, in drinking water wells. Following contamination issues in Merrimack and Litchfield, and isolated contamination here in Salem, as well as several other NH… Continue Reading →

This is what a winner looks like!

Congratulations to Meghan Mulvey! Photo from: http://sau57.org/shs-athletics I was honored to be part of the process of selecting this year’s recipient of the Fran Brennan Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded annually by the Salem Democratic Town Committee to a high school senior. This… Continue Reading →

HB463 – Safe Drinking Water

My letter to the editor was published yesterday in the Eagle Tribune!   I also sent this to all of our NH Senators on Wednesday. For Senator Chuck Morse, who represents our town,  I also had a different version, longer and… Continue Reading →

Salem Family Resources Breakfast

  Today was the Annual Breakfast Fundraiser for Salem Family Resources — Success By 6. The more I see of this organization, the more impressed I am! Salem Family Resources has a vision: “Every Child a Successful Child.” SFR’s goals… Continue Reading →

Watching – 1/4/17

Yesterday (Wednesday, January 4) NH Representatives had their first session of 2017. Approximately 100 concerned citizens were there to send a message: We are watching #OurNHStateHouse. Rights & Democracy prepared list of requests that were presented to our NH legislators… Continue Reading →

Salem Kids

Thumbs up to the kids at the Salem Boys & Girls Club, and whoever is working with these kids. (Parents, staff, school). I have had the honor of being allowed to volunteer for their Thanksgiving Dinner for the past three… Continue Reading →

Thank you

  Dear Salem Neighbors, Friends, and Family, Thank you for your support for my candidacy for a seat in the NH House. While the results are disappointing, this does not mean that this is the end of the road. I… Continue Reading →

Education

Candidates weigh in on educational funding By Breanna Edelstein bedelstein@eagletribune.com Published in the Eagle Tribune on October 25 http://www.eagletribune.com/news/candidates-weigh-in-on-educational-funding/article_b70d1672-c8aa-595c-ba40-2bbadbef4745.html See full article for responses from candidates in: State Rep District 4- Sandown State Rep District 14 – Atkinson, Plaistow State… Continue Reading →

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