To The Daily Sun,
On Nov. 4, New Hampshire will have many important decisions to make. Namely these choices are who we decide to send to Concord and Washington to represent our best interests. New Hampshire and all who reside here have always shown resiliency, hard work and a sense of Yankee frugality. This fall comes a time when we need to elect strong, principled leaders who will protect our way of life here in the Granite State.
As a young Republican and fiscal conservative, I am voting for state Sen. Jeannie Forrester. Sen. Forrester is a champion of individual freedoms, common-sense legislation and a watchdog for state spending. With the reckless policies and lack of leadership in Concord from the Corner Office, Sen. Forrester is a steady and assuring voice for my tax dollars.
As a college student and a young person, I see New Hampshire going in a direction that is not viable for long-term economic growth. This election is about new vs. old policies. The old ways that Democrats are proposing are simply not working. With an aging population, the tax-and-spend policies are simply not working. We need to instill new policies with vitality.
Sen. Forrester will be a champion for new policies that allow young people to be innovative, effective and take control of our own economic freedom. College students care deeply about jobs and the economy and we want great, high-paying jobs when we graduate. Staying in New Hampshire is important to us so long as we can find employment.
I am voting for Jeannie Forrester because I know she is a voice for our New Hampshire college students and a voice for fiscal responsibility. New Hampshire needs to get back on track as we have been doing under Republican leadership and Sen. Forrester will lead us.
Connor Brown, President
Plymouth State Republicans
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