Letter: ‘Right to work’ is the answer
Good jobs are what we need, and that’s why I’m running to represent you in the Legislature from Northfield and Franklin Ward 3.
As I see my opponents’ campaign signs appear, I wonder what possible record they think they can run on? A fair assessment of their voting record shows that they’ve been on the wrong side of every major economic issue affecting our lives. The economy – and jobs – should have been job No. 1 for our representatives in Concord. It hasn’t been.
There is one bill the right Legislature could pass next January that has proven to increase jobs and wages. It’s a bill the current crop of Democrats refuses to consider. My opponents are part of the problem. States such as New Hampshire that have seen stagnant job growth have also seen their young citizens leave to find good wages and good job opportunities in states that provide an attractive business climate.
It’s clear to me that passing this bill is critical to increasing jobs and increasing wages in New Hampshire.
This key legislation is called “Right to Work,” but I call it “Good Wages, Good Jobs, and Good Sense.” My Democratic opponents have voted against it every time it’s been introduced. I promise you that, if elected, I will vote “yes.”
I support good wages and good jobs. I will work for you to bring back the New Hampshire Advantage.