Press Release – Janet Stevens files for Re-election for Executive Council NH District 3

Press Release – Stevens Running for

Re-Election in 2022! 

Executive Councilor Janet Stevens files for re-election

Rye Republican seeks 2nd term 

Rye, NH (June 3, 2022) – This week, Republican Janet Stevens officially filed her paperwork to seek a 2nd term on the Executive Council. 

 “Two years ago, I walked into the Secretary of State’s office with a promise to bring commonsense, decency, transparency, and conservatism to the Executive Council chambers. I have delivered on these promises and I’m proud of the work accomplished on behalf of the communities in District Three and the state of New Hampshire.”

“Voters in District Three can continue to count on me to protect taxpayers and promote competition for state contracts, cast my vote for qualified agency appointees, support our businesses and economic development, stand with students and families who want educational choice, funding for clean water, advocate for expanded access to mental healthcare, and vote for judicial nominees who will protect the Constitution, our civil liberties, and our elections.”

“Most importantly, I’ll continue to be a fighter for our communities and its families. There is no problem too big or too small for me to tackle on behalf of District Three families, businesses, school systems, or towns and cities. My role as an Executive Councilor is to assist my constituents as they navigate the portals of state government and help them acquire Federal and State grants that will propel their communities, businesses, or non-profits into a prosperous future. I’m excited to continue this work and I believe we have a very bright future for District Three.”

Councilor Stevens accomplishments have included:

  • The acceptance and expenditure approval of $1.1 billion dollars of federal COVID-19 relief funds.
  • The delivery of more than $39.2 million in American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (LFRF) to District Three including $12.8 million to the city of Portsmouth. 
  • The securing of $655 million for District Three’s infrastructure which includes fully funding 63 separate road, bridge, active transportation, and airport improvement projects.
  • The approval of more than 240 state contracts, in excess of $174 million, awarded to District 3 municipalities, non-profits, and businesses.
  • The honor of proudly and properly vetting judicial branch and state agency nominees including New Hampshire’s Supreme Court Chief Justice, NH’s Attorney General, and Commissioners of State Agencies. 
  • Championing the $100 million InvestNH program to strengthen the New Hampshire economy and to develop housing for our next generation of workers.
  • The successful fight for securing expanded access to healthcare services – including $73.4 million for Hampstead Hospital.
  • The championing of educational choices and advancements of all students in the Granite State whether they choose to attend public school, private school, charter school, or to be homeschooled.
  • Proud advocacy for Senior Citizens – by approving $1.1 million in one meeting alone– and the expansion of services for Granite State veterans through support of the Veterans Campus.

For more than 29 years, Executive Councilor Stevens has served New Hampshire residents as a gubernatorial appointee, non-profit steward, municipal government leader and small business owner.  She has served on non-profit boards representing health, education, preservation, and performing arts since 1992, including AIDS Response Seacoast, Strawbery Banke Museum, Prescott Park Arts Festival, and The Music Hall.  As a gubernatorial appointee, Councilor Stevens served on the Board of Mental Health Practices and the Investigation of the Seacoast Cancer Cluster.