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Racism- Kids against Kids

Today we see another story about abuse … because one kid, right here in New Hampshire, didn’t like the color of another kid’s skin. How is this possible? These kids had to have learned this attitude from someone they respect…. Continue Reading →

Nikki

Meet my friend, Nikki. Tired of being an addict, Nikki tried a different route: She became sober. And not only has she become sober, she is now working at a recovery center, where she is building a safe space and… 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 →

Cable News

How cable news networks reacted to Comey’s hearing After the widely publicized testimony of former FBI director James B. Comey testimony yesterday, the Washington Post published an article about how different cable news channels interpreted what was said. This is an… Continue Reading →

NH Budget 2018-2019

Look at these budget proposals: NH Reps run on the promise that they will fix the opioid crisis. NH homeowners want property tax relief. NH Businesses want improved infrastructure. (They aren’t asking for tax cuts!) Young adults and young families… Continue Reading →

Make a difference

Today was not the best of days. But there is this: “One person can make a difference, and everyone should try” -John F. Kennedy   We have to work — together — to protect our state and our country.

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 →

GMOs + Pesticides

Today was the 5th annual March Against Monsanto event in Concord. Thanks to organizers Fawn Gaudette and Carline Carpenter. Thanks, too, to the speakers: Beekeeper Amy Antonucci; NH State Rep Jim McConnell; NH State Rep. Mindi Messner; Dr. Marty Mitchner,… 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 →

Candidate: Rockingham County Democrats

Update: Thanks to those who came from Salem to cheer me on! And, thanks to all of those who voted for me. I am humbled and honored to have been elected, and am pleased to be serving now as an… Continue Reading →

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