No Guns in Schools

Doing nothing is not an option. Elected officials have the responsibility to provide for the safety of our citizens and, especially, for the safety of our children.  My five-year-old granddaughter recently described a safety drill she had at her daycare.  She said they had to hide in a closet and kneel down so the “badmen” couldn’t get them.  And […]

Statement on Education

How are NH public schools funded in NH?  The answer: a mix of state funds and local property taxes. In 1993, the NH Supreme Court ruled that the NH Constitution “imposes a duty on the State to provide a constitutionally adequate education to every educable child in the public schools in [this State] and to […]

Filing Period for 2018 Elections Has Ended

The filing period for the 2018 fall elections ended on Friday, June 15th. Three candidates will be elected in November to represent Nashua’s Ward 2 in the NH House of Representatives for the 2019 – 2020 biennium. Four Democrats will appear on the September 11th Democratic primary ballot, and three will be chosen to represent the […]