Issues

Veterans

Our veterans have served our country, and we must show our gratitude by honoring our commitments to them.  It is not enough to merely talk about supporting our troops.  We must show the brave men and women who have served our nation that we appreciate their service by honoring our commitments to them. We must also show that appreciation by ensuring that they have access to the quality health care, education, and other benefits that we promised to them.

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Jobs and the Economy

Hard work should pay off. I worked my way through UNH at minimum wage jobs and on a factory floor. I’m fighting to build an economy where hard work leads to good jobs, fair pay, and a shot at the American dream.

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Medicare and Social Security

Beware, anyone who is old or disabled or might ever get old or disabled. If Frank Guinta gets back to Congress,  he will once again vote to weaken Medicare and reduce benefits.

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Health Care

I voted for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which has brought coverage to millions of Americans and raised the number of insured to the highest on record. More than 40,000 people in New Hampshire gained coverage this year through the state Marketplace, and 50,000 more will get healthcare when Medicaid expands this July. 

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Education

It is time to talk to our families, our communities, and our legislators about the value and necessity of education. It is time to defend investments in education because they are investments in our children's future, our business' future, and our nation's future. It is time to save our schools.

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Energy and Environment

There are still too many climate change deniers in Congress, and this is preventing the United States from moving forward, even as time is running out to slow down climate change. If Americans want to fix this climate change problem, they will first need to fix Congress in November.

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Campaign Finance Reform

The Citizens United decision is outrageous, and I hope that the Court does review and overturn its decision.  But unless and until the United States Supreme Court acts, there are steps citizens and politicians can take.

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