DC is broken and just isn’t getting the job done for New Hampshire. I won’t let special interests
or partisan politics get in the way of my new mission, serving as your United States Senator.
Debt, a ton of debt. Per capita, New Hampshire has the highest student debt in the nation, and it is setting our children up for failure. Every young person should have the opportunity to earn and receive a quality, affordable education.
I have seen firsthand what can happen when people are unable to protect themselves or their families. The federal government must defend the constitution, not adjust it to suit political ideology.
Our current representation has failed to come together and develop an effective strategy. Enhancing the security of our borders is not “anti-immigration.” A weak border allows free access to our citizens by those with anti-American intentions and motivated by radical ideologies.
New Hampshire needs a full-service VA hospital. In a state that is home to more than 100 thousand veterans and active duty members of the armed forces, it is beyond time we got this done.
Under no circumstances should the federal government be in the business of picking winners and losers. Let’s leave it to the individual states to properly legislate the industries that impact local economies. Without skin in the game, blanket over-regulation stymies job growth and inhibits innovation.
Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, many Republicans have campaigned on the message of “repeal and replace.” They have gotten it half right. The ACA is a bureaucratic mess that is destined to collapse under its own weight.
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