Have you thought about running for office? Now might be the right time!
Over the last 2 years, the NH legislature:
- Rejected bills to protect babies who survive attempted abortions, to prohibit abortions based on sex, race, downs syndrome & other genetic abnormality, and to prohibit abortions when the baby has a heartbeat
- Is very close to mandating abortion coverage in NH healthcare insurance plans
Does this reflect your values?
How did your State Representative(s) vote on life-related bills? You can find your Representative(s) names by picking your town at: http://gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/default.aspx or by entering your address here: https://openstates.org/find_your_legislator/
Here’s how they voted: How your legislators voted on bills affecting the rights of the most vulnerable is available on our website.
If you want to see the legislature value life, encourage pro-life friends and family members to be a candidate for the legislature and prayerfully consider being a candidate yourself. You can stand for life in the legislature!
The signup period to run for State Representative and other offices is now through Friday June 12!
NH Cornerstone has information available on signing up (for the House, it’s as easy as visiting your town clerk, at your town/city hall). While serving in the legislature is a time commitment, NH is unique in that the legislature is designed for part-timers. You would be joining a group of legislators committed to protecting life.
Together, we can work to protect the most innocent citizens of NH!
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Hello, my name is Jacen Bryant and I live in Warner,N.H. I am interested into getting information as to what is required and what would be needed to apply to run for office. Thank you for your time and information.