Executive Councilor Elect
for District 3
STEVENS IS READY TO LEAD – WINS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 RACE
Stevens received the HIGHEST VOTE COUNT FOR any candidate in ALL 5 DISTRICTS! Read more about the successful campaign win here.
On January 7th, 2021, Janet Stevens will be sworn into office as the next Executive Councilor for District 3. She is only the 2nd Republican woman to be elected to the Council since 1901. Her energy, experience, work on behalf of New Hampshire residents during COVID, district-wide presence throughout the pandemic, her fiscal conservatism, protector of the NH Advantage and 2A rights – coupled with her commitment to protecting and always putting NH families first – resulted in a decisive win!
STEVENS was the only candidate to work on behalf of residents, while running for office.
COUNCILOR ELECT STEVENS
OUR Constitutional rights
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Unconscionable @AOC bank rolling defund police candidates in NY now #NHPolitics busted
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Well done. Congratulations Representative Boyd!
Bill Boyd wins special election to fill Dick Hinch's House seat in Merrimack. @UnionLeader
SEEKING OFFICE SPACE ASAP - preferably Seacoast yet Rockingham County/D3 is perfect. ... See MoreSee Less
State Conservation Commission awarded four of 21 grants, to D3 communities in ‘21. ., , (2X) and d received funding. For ‘22 - GUIDELINES GO PUBLIC IN JULY WITH SEPTEMBER DEADLINE.#DidYouKnow: The NH Department of Natural & Cultural Resources (DNCR) funds programs across 5️⃣ divisions? To see the full list (and more information about our recipient agencies), check out this great overview: buff.ly/3dJljn1
Have a Moose Plate already? Share this with your friends as an invitation to join our Moose Plate community! ... See MoreSee Less
As fatalities continue to decline, as hospitalizations remain manageable, and as vaccinations continue to increase, the state’s mask mandate will not be renewed tomorrow. This mandate going away will not limit or prevent the ability of private businesses or cities and towns from requiring masks, as was the case beforehand. New Hampshire residents know how to keep ourselves and our neighbors safe without a state mandate - just as we did before the winter surge. ... See MoreSee Less
A true leader puts the needs of constituents/residents first Governor unlike our Washington delegation. #NHGOP..
Two weeks ago I received my vaccine. I made certain that every constituent in need of vaccine assistance got it - leading! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Easter - Religous education ✔️. Bowdoin College - 2 more years. ... See MoreSee Less
Progress - if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.🚨BREAKING: Starting next Friday, April 2, all Granite Staters over the age of 16 will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Check below to see when registration and scheduling opens for your age bracket: ... See MoreSee Less
Many congratulations to District 3 resident, John M. Formella, our great state’s next Attorney General! ... See MoreSee Less
What was intended to be a 30 minute meeting with Adjutant General Mikolaities at the National Guard Center in Concord - turned into a 90 minute meeting and tour. Adjutant General Mikolaities is a great American. ... See MoreSee Less
I support our military and my wife was army national guard. I hope our New Hampshire national guard is here at home or on the border where they are needed, not in DC guarding the fraud in chief.
I fight hard every day for New Hampshire residents!
Keep up the good work Councilor, and fight like hell for Amendments one and two.
We can’t forget our preschool and daycare sector. I proudly supported the Community Development Finance Authority award to Newmarket, NH on behalf of Linked Together Daycare.
In fact - I’m strategizing how to do more. COVID reduced capacity to 30% in New Hampshire with many centers financially depleted. Childcare in the best of times is hard to find and hard to afford. GOFERR appropriated $20 million to sustain this safety net for families. Checking in on balance and centers in D3. ... See MoreSee Less
This recently came to my attention - #NHproud.. #lovemyjob.. #nearing365noxoff
www.facebook.com/101173139981866/posts/3506839599415186/?d=nNew Hampshire Republicans Flipped Control Of The House, Senate and Executive Council. They had a very clear message — no sales tax, no income tax, and no tax by any other name. They also want to cut the existing business tax.
The new conservative majority will probably cost Democrats a 2022 Congressional seat.
Photo: Left, State Senator-elect Denise Ricciardi defeated a Democratic incumbent and it was one of 4 GOP pickups that flipped control. She is shown with former U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH).
At right is Janet Stevens whose motto is "Conservative leadership on day one." Her victory helped flip control of the state's powerful Executive Council.
On November 2, New Hampshire Public Radio quoted the election prediction site CNalysis and said Democrats would gain seats in the legislature and enter “supermajority territory.” The opposite occurred.
Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) was decisively reelected to a third term and the GOP also retook control of the state House and Senate two years after losing both chambers.
Democrats previously held a 230-157 House advantage and a 4 seat Senate majority. New Hampshire Public Radio expected Senate Democrats to "net as many as three seats."
The GOP also flipped the Executive Council from 3 to 2 Democratic control to 4 to1 Republican.
The GOP will now control the upcoming round of redistricting and it could cost Democrats a Congressional seat.
Today's liberal Daily Kos says Democrats "expect to see aggressive changes to the congressional map."
The Governor will re-submit the nomination of Attorney General Gordon MacDonald to be Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He was rejected by the Democrats in July.
The Republican victory will probably mean more public charter schools and passage of legislation to reduce business taxes. ... See MoreSee Less
District 3 Executive Councilor Janet Stevens released the following statement on Eddie Edwards’ Confirmation to the Department of Safety:
Today I cast my vote in favor of Eddie Edwards to serve as the Assistant Commissioner at the New Hampshire Department of Safety. His exemplary service as a member of law enforcement, and with our nation’s armed forces, makes him well-prepared to take on this important new role. As the recent conversation on policing continues, both nationally and here in the Granite State, I cannot think of a better addition to the Department of Safety at this time.
I congratulate my friend Eddie, and look forward to working with him for District 3 residents moving forward. ... See MoreSee Less
Today, District 3 Executive Councilor Janet Stevens released the following statement on today’s news of Governor Chris Sununu’s Nomination for Attorney General:
“I am encouraged to learn of Governor Sununu’s nomination of John M. Formella as New Hampshire’s next Attorney General. As a District 3 resident, John has been a community leader and a huge asset to me and my constituents. I look forward to a swift and transparent process to confirm John Formella as New Hampshire’s next Attorney General.” ... See MoreSee Less
New Hampshire’s Finest - a National Guard hero. Carter stepped up to protect NH residents throughout the pandemic. Thoughts and prayersRemembering Carter
A virtual celebration of life will be held for Spc. Carter Anderson Schade tomorrow, Jan. 30, at 10 a.m.
Register at: carter.schadenet.com/?fbclid=IwAR13U8z12sll0Pa5mJcdBQPXvKoGah0hxmMTU9g6LuUrCtYBGytIxkOhLts
Carter, a motor transport operator with the 941st Military Police Battalion, died unexpectedly Jan. 21. He was 20 years old.
An Amherst resident, Carter enlisted in 2019. He was a 2018 graduate of Souhegan High School where he excelled in cross-country. He was an accomplished pianist who was quick to lend a hand or an ear to anyone in need. He was a loyal friend, generous with his time and prayers.
He made an immediate impact during his three years in the NHARNG. He was named to the Commandants List for 88M school and had earned a coveted spot on the NHNG Marathon Team. Promoted earlier this month, Carter had just started a full-time technician position in Hillsboro. He supported Counterdrug missions as well as pandemic relief operations last year.
Carter was an exceptional soldier and an inspiration to his fellow guardsmen.
He will be missed by many. May he rest easy. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to the New Hampshire National Guard for their commitment to serving and protecting NH residents and Adjutant General Mikolaities for his leadership. ... See MoreSee Less
We discussed progress of Phase 1B vaccine distribution at Friday’s meeting. Thank you DHHS Commissioner Lori Shibinette for your public health leadership. Well done Governor Governor Chris Sununu ... See MoreSee Less
After seeing the distribution first hand it seems that either not enough people are signing up or they aren’t opening enough slots. Never saw more than 6 cars at EHS the whole time we were there. Didn’t seem the people were over taxed with too much work to handle