New Hampshire is a special state, with an amazingly rich history. After the American revolution, we were leaders. We were the first to create an independent government, and the first to ratify a state constitution. When we say “Live Free or Die,” you know that we mean it.
If you are voting for Salem's future on Tuesday, we have some interesting choices to make. In the race for our Town's next Selectman, we have three qualified candidates. Each will lead our town forward towards economic opportunity and prosperity. All believe in the power of the Free Market to open up Salem and pave the way for the future of our community.
Salem’s future is ours to make. In the March elections, voters will choose to elect a new selectmen, budget committee members, and new zoning and overlay plans that could change Salem forever. Salem has a lot of decisions to make, and we as voters of Salem should take our responsibility seriously.
All eyes are on Republican and Democrat candidates as they get ready for next week’s primary here in New Hampshire. As a result, it’s easy to lose sight of the important activity going on in Washington this week.
A running list of legislation concerning pipeline construction in New Hampshire.
I still believe Salem's future is bright, but we need to fight for the advantages to make it so. Economic growth does not come easily and to move Salem forward, certainty for our business and community leaders needs to come from a stable state government that does not operate month to month.