Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
I was first elected to the New Hampshire House in the November 2012 elections. I served four terms, sitting on the Election Law Committee fighting for common sense election law and procedures throughout the State and most recently on the House Finance Committee where I successfully sped up the repeal of the state's Interest and Dividends Tax. I strongly believe that when states step back and allow people to do more and be more, we all can achieve more.
I graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s in Political Science and with my Master’s in Public Policy from the Carsey School of Public Policy.
In Salem, I led the effort to establish the Salem Charter Commission and was elected Vice-Chair of the Nine Member Charter Commission tasked with examining and suggesting changes to Salem's form of government.
I'm a fighter for the New Hampshire Advantage and wishes to see future growth and stability for my town of Salem and New Hampshire as a whole.