“The NH state legislature has resumed committee work after our summer break. We had a very successful year, achieving several goals aimed at maintaining and furthering New Hampshire’s Advantage and reaffirming its status as a beacon of freedom, especially in New England and the Northeast. Among the achievements,
- We passed a budget that not only gives us tax cuts, but we actually cut government spending – that’s what winning looks like!
- We took a giant step forward toward breaking up the monopoly that has been over our state’s education system resulting in ever-increasing spending and ever-decreasing results. We passed the Education Freedom Act that allows the state’s portion of education dollars to follow students to the school of their choice, whether that be a public school, a private school, a charter school, or homeschool: wherever is best suited for the student.
- Babies are now safe in the womb after 24 weeks. It still grieves my heart that there is even a question, but I will take the victory as it is and go forward.
This second year will probably be even busier as actions at the national level are putting tremendous pressure on states to respond defensively against the usurpation of power by the federal government. To make matters worse, not one of New Hampshire’s elected Representatives or Senators in Washington DC has offered any pushback.
No, they are all rubber stamps allowing the destruction of America.
In light of what is happening now and what I am sure awaits us in the near future between now and the 2022 elections, and after much prayerful consideration, I am officially announcing that I am challenging Ann Kuster for New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District in 2022. I am going to need your help. She has lots of money to spend campaigning. But we can win this. Spread the word. Tell everyone you know. Post on social media.
We must make changes now, or we will not have a 2024 to look forward to.
Let’s make this Kuster’s last stand!
Current NH State Representative
Wentworth, New Hampshire
Update: June 9,2021
I am responding after two hard fought days trying to get good pieces of legislation passed. None of us are perfect and I have made my share of freshman mistakes. We lost some key battles due to some extremely weak Republicans. Those are the ones you should be focusing on.
Have you participated in hearings this year? Have you sent notes of encouragement when a legislator votes according to our constitution? Have you started recruiting strong constitutional candidates yet? Are you recruiting, training, and raising funds yet? Have you paid the costs of sending legislators to the ALEC conference? Or Wallbuilders Pro-Family Legislative conference? Here’s an easier one, how about mowing their lawn, splitting wood, or helping them get their gardens planted? We are not all wealthy, young, and healthy but still often give 40 plus hours a week on legislative work for a whopping 100 bucks a year.
Spend some time building up the slightly imperfect legislators or you will loose them and end up with democrats instead.
My final word, PRAY for these hard working legislators. Pray without ceasing!
God bless, Beth
How Democrats voted – through April 9, 2021.
TAXES & FEES: HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED:
97% AGAINST prohibiting an income tax on earned personal income. (CACR1) 97% AGAINST prohibiting any broad-based sales tax. (CACR2) 100% FOR requiring state taxpayers to make up for poor investments by the Retirement Board. (HB274) 98% AGAINST reducing the cost of electricity. (HB614) 99% AGAINST reducing the cost of electricity. (HB351)
EDUCATION: HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED:
99% AGAINST giving parents more information about students’ assessments. (HB194) 98% AGAINST expanding the choice of school options in an educational hardship to private schools and not just public schools. (HB388) 96% AGAINST requiring students in the university and community college systems of New Hampshire to pass the US civics naturalization test. (HB319) 100% AGAINST requiring schools with unused space to make it available to approved charter school students. (HB278)
GUN CONTROL: HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED:
96% AGAINST permitting self-defense within a vehicle. (HB197) 97% AGAINST requiring political subdivisions to obey state law regarding firearms regulation. (HB307) 85% AGAINST allowing law-abiding persons to carry a loaded firearm on an OHRV or snowmobile. (HB334) 97% AGAINST strengthening the right to keep and bear arms. (CACR8) 93% AGAINST stating that displaying a firearm to warn away a trespasser is not a crime. (HB196) 97% AGAINST clarifying that displaying a firearm does not constitute reckless conduct. (HB195)
ELECTION INTEGRITY: HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED:
99% AGAINST improving voter checklists to remove people who have moved or died. (HB285) 100% AGAINST requiring the same level of identity for absentee ballot requests as all other voting. (HB292)
CIVIL RIGHTS: HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED:
99% AGAINST requiring a two-thirds vote of the legislature for the taking of property in a declared emergency. (HB402) 97% AGAINST guaranteeing free exercise of religion even during a state of emergency. (HB542) 97% AGAINST protecting religious services as essential services that may not be unduly burdened. (HB440)
OTHER: HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED:
98% FOR presuming the defendant is guilty until proven innocent. (HB246) 97% AGAINST allowing school nurses to have associate (community college) degrees rather than bachelor’s degrees. (HB349) 91% AGAINST prohibiting municipalities from requiring a license for children to operate a lemonade stand. (HB183) 91% AGAINST allowing after market window tinting to the same degree as can be ordered on new vehicles. (HB224) 100% FOR spending public funds for abortions. (HB2-1068) 91% AGAINST requiring that any baby born alive shall not be killed just because it was unwanted. (HB233) 98% AGAINST prohibiting abortions after 24 weeks. (HB625)
Republicans on the other hand for all of these votes, more than 90% – in most cases 97% – voted completely opposite our “liberal friends” who are astoundingly out of touch!
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