I'm running because reading the political news this past year has made me an activist. My family owns and runs the Lewis Farm, so I am no stranger to hard work. As a woman of action, when I say I'm running to make a difference, I will do it.
It's time for new voices to speak out and make a difference in New Hampshire politics. I will focus on solving problems: like a statewide plan to treat opiate addiction, funding full day kindergarten, sustainable state healthcare funding, and a dedicated infrastructure project approach; not creating more unnecessary and restrictive laws like a poll tax on college students and using tax dollars to subsidize private K-12 education.
As a mother of two, an employer, an architect, and a business owner, I know how to balance a budget. I believe it is important to secure the funds for a project before committing. I have a background in putting together creative financing solutions for construction projects, and in urban planning and transportation solutions for the Concord Transportation Planning Advisory Committee, and I bring that knowledge to my work for Merrimack 27.
Our legislature is more polarized than it has been in over 100 years. As a transactional attorney, I am skilled at the art of compromise and negotiation. I am comfortable reaching across the aisle to solve our pressing state issues, such as ten-year infrastructure financing.
If you are looking for a progressive candidate who cares about constituent services, and making Concord a great place to live, the buck stops here: I won't let you down.
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“I support Architect Attorney McWilliams as a powerhouse professional willing to stand up for HEALTH CARE, EDUCATION, and ENERGY for our community and families.”