Re-elect Sue DeLemus
Two years ago I ran as a committed, constitutional conservative. I pledged to cut spending, reduce taxes, oppose a sales and income tax, and to uphold both the New Hampshire and United States Constitution.
As my campaign literature stated, I believe in a smaller, more frugal state government, the sanctity of life, justice for victims of heinous crimes, Second Amendment Rights, Voter ID, and traditional values.
I am grateful to the voters for allowing me to serve our state, and I am proud to say that I kept my promise.
As your state representative:
- I voted with the majority to restore fiscal responsibility. The legislature reduced spending by over $1.2 billion — a historic 11% reduction — and general fund spending by $536 million (an 18% reduction). We did all of this without raising taxes or fees and without borrowing for state operating costs.
- I was proud to support VOTER ID, which is now the law in New Hampshire. We can now all be sure that there is once again integrity in our election system.
- I voted to pass 43 laws that reduce regulation in NH this year, allowing employers more flexibility and opportunity to grow and create jobs.
- I voted to eliminate the auto registration surcharge, putting $90 million back in our citizen’s pockets.
- I voted to increase transparency in state government by requiring that the state post its checkbook online, allowing citizens to see where our tax dollars are going and make sure their hard earned money is being spent prudently.