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.”
August 29, 2018
Running a campaign is hard work. There never seems to be enough of me to go around, and I ended up under the weather last week from the inevitable lack of sleep and juggling mom/work/campaign/too many balls at once. So I took a mental health day for myself, because we don't talk about mental health enough at the State House.
I am feeling much better now, keeping my eyes on the goal - getting at least 2,000 votes in the Democratic Primary Election on 9/11. Your support so far has been amazing for the campaign - we sent out 2,405 candidate introduction letters last week, purchased yard signs, and continue to buy paper and ink to print palm cards in-house for the 100+ doors I am knocking daily.
I know you've already donated, and your support has been amazing, but we have one more BIG push to send Get Out The Vote post cards to all of the known primary voters. The cost is $1,500 and I really do need help to get these out the door.
Can you support me with one more donation to make sure the voters know who I am and remember to show up at the Primary polls?