Dear Friends of Sue,
It has been an incredible honor to serve the people of Senate District 5 in the New Hampshire Senate, and I am excited to announce that I have filed for re-election! Here I am with Secretary of State David Scanlan at the State House:
Over the past two years, my Senate Democratic colleagues and I worked each and every day to pass legislation that benefits New Hampshire working families, small businesses, and local governments. I am proud of the legislation I have worked on, including investing in our public health infrastructure, providing comparable Medicaid facility reimbursement fees for our birthing centers, tackling the affordable housing crisis, and providing property tax relief to local taxpayers with a one-time contribution toward police, fire, and school retirees.
Yet, there is much more to do. Funds continue to be diverted away from communities and to private schools with taxpayers being left on the hook to cover the costs of the gap this creates. The attacks on Granite State families continue. Governor Sununu signed into law New Hampshire’s first-ever abortion ban last year, so we know that the reproductive rights of women are front and center in the NH statehouse. With the prospect of Roe v. Wade being struck down by the Supreme Court any day now, we must work harder than ever to protect safe and legal access to abortion care.
As we did in 2020, our campaign will focus on getting our message out in District 5, and this time my team and I will be out and about in person. I hope to see you and that I can count on your support! As I slip on my sneakers for the 2022 campaign season, will you please join me and my work on behalf of the Granite State by donating $22 today?
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I am, and always will be, a Senator for all of us.
Senator Sue Prentiss
New Hampshire State Senate, District 5