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“The Executive Council plays an important role in state government and is essentially the board of directors for our state. The council’s duties include approving state contracts, voting on high-level executive branch appointees, approving judicial nominations, and implementing the state’s 10-year transportation plan.
This November we are voting for the candidate who is ready to continue serving her community, work with Governor Sununu, and lead on day one for our district– Janet Stevens.
For 28 years, Janet has been involved in our community. She’s served on a number of Seacoast nonprofit boards – Seacoast Youth Services, the Prescott Park Arts Festival, the Music Hall, Strawberry Banke Museum, Seacoast AIDS Response, and more. Her understanding of the nonprofit sector is critical to the Executive Council which is responsible for selecting nonprofits to fill state contracts and provide services to our community.
Along with her work in our community, Janet was also appointed by Governor Sununu to the Mental Health Practices Board and the Seacoast Cancer Cluster Investigation. In these two roles, she currently advocates for increased access to mental health services and clean water for the residents of the Seacoast and New Hampshire.
On November 3rd, we hope you will join us in supporting Janet Stevens for Executive Council. Janet is ready to lead on day one and she is the candidate who will work with Governor Sununu to ensure we have healthy families, safe communities, and a better New Hampshire.”
– Doug and Stella Scamman, Stratham
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Janet Stevens for Executive Council - Twitter
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Janet Stevens for Executive Council
Thank you Salem Republican Town Committee for another Labor Day event. Great meeting new Town of Salem, NH voters and catching up with great leaders - Donna Page Sytek Frank Edelblut John Janigian and his family and @NH Rep Everett McBride. ... See MoreSee Less
Wonderful seeing Governor Chris Sununu Chuck Morse for NH and the D3 Executive Councilor who preceded me - Russell Prescott!
Bravo Seacoast Republican Women for a sensational event. Thank you for all you do. ... See MoreSee Less
From Biden’s National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, on strategy for bringing Americans home - “taking that up .... with the Taliban to resolve these issues”. Sounds more Expedia Customer Service than foreign service. Unbelievable. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you so much to Executive Councilor Janet Stevens for being a strong advocate for the Pease Greeters. We also deeply appreciate your support for Veterans and our for active duty Troops who transit through Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.
Additionally, we thank you for recognizing the Pease Greeters for a very special Commendation presented to our organization from Governor Chris Sununu and the Honorable Executive Council.
We look forward to you joining us for the celebration of the 2000th Troop flight that the Pease Greeters will greet sometime in the coming weeks. 🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING IN SALEM
Executive Councilor Janet Stevens invites all constituents to attend the August 18th meeting at Salem High School - Performing Arts Center at 10 am. For more information visit www.janetstevens4nh.com
Prior to the formal meeting Stevens will honor -
Salem resident and former House Speaker Donna Sytek
Greenland resident & Executive Director of Portsmouth’s Cross Roads House - Martha Stone
The Pease Greeters ... See MoreSee Less
Friendly reminder, our Summer Reception event this evening will now take place at 29 Harborview Drive in Rye. See you tonight and for questions please email email@example.com. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
SOLD OUT- The July 28th Summer reception event is now sold out. I thank everyone for their continued support! ... See MoreSee Less
I am excited to announce that my summer reception on July 28th is officially SOLD OUT! Thank you all for the support. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy 4th of July. Working while taking in the Portsmouth fireworks. Tomorrow is a long day ... See MoreSee Less
A third of the 400 Districts in Afghanistan - under Taliban control. For the Commander in Chief to dodge questions by stating “I only want to talk about happy things”. Where’s the leadership? ... See MoreSee Less
I was honored to have Tim Skinner and his mother, Alyssa, as my guests at today’s Janet Lannan Stevens Executive Council meeting. Tim proudly led a “Standing Room Only NH State House Chamber” in the Pledge of Allegiance - in front of the state’s highest elected officials. Governor Chris Sununu and Commissioner Robert Quinn of State of Nh Department of Safety NH State Police Headquarters had an opportunity to meet this amazing young man.
I had the honor of opening the formal meeting with a reading - which focused on how NH youth stepped up during a turbulent period of controversy and challenge. I noted Tim’s strength and conviction when he was denied the right to display his flag in support of law enforcement. “He questioned. He held his ground amd refused to be treated unfairly for his support of law enforcement”. Exeter Republican Town Committee is fortunate to have this future leader as a resident. ... See MoreSee Less
Salem Republican Town Committee - well done. ... See MoreSee Less
NH’s enviable economic climate- Leading the nation once again. At the peak of COVID - unemployment numbers were 117,000. Today - 21,000. Commissioner George Copadis, New Hampshire Employment Security fabulous job ... See MoreSee Less
District 3 Executive Councilor Janet Stevens released the following statement on the Executive Council’s approval today of American Rescue Plan funds being directed to key infrastructure projects on the Seacoast:
“Today, I cast my vote in favor of critical funds that will spent in Rye Harbor and New Castle. Rye Harbor will receive $250,000 for upgrades, and $615,000 will go to the repairing and preserving of the dilapidated Fort Stark State Historic Site in New Castle. Both of these allocations are important for long-term priorities - for tourism and regional economic development on the Seacoast, including the creation of more jobs and further opportunities for my constituents. Importantly, with an eye towards the future, I am proud that these infrastructure funds are being spent in a way to make District 3 an even better place to live, work, and visit.” ... See MoreSee Less
District 3 Executive Councilor Janet Stevens released the following statement on the Executive Council’s approval today of $77 million for a series of American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Child Care Centers.
"In today's Council meeting, I was pleased to have voted for the allocation of $77.3 million dollars, part of Congress' American Rescue Plan, which will be made available to New Hampshire's childcare industry and providers. The two separate appropriations will be used to stabilize the industry - they will go towards personnel costs, employee benefits, premium pay and costs for employee recruitment and retention, while also providing for discretionary use. After the impacts of COVID-19 on our lives, and the impact the pandemic specifically had on keeping childcare centers operational (essential workers) and ensuring that working families had reliable childcare, this allocation is extremely critical to our economy's rebuilding process.
"Having access to affordable and reliable childcare is so important for New Hampshire's workforce and for our employers. For New Hampshire to continue its enviable economic growth, we need to do everything to support this fragile industry. Recent data indicates that 81% of childcare centers have a wait list, which is coupled with more than 760 full-time openings for childcare professionals, so this funding is essential for New Hampshire residents. Of the 368 centers that participated in the study, more than 215 anticipate a deficit for the year, and 160 of these centers would consider closing if they were to incur a deficit.
"New Hampshire's economy is hiring again, and hiring fast, and these funds come at just the right time to deliver the aid needed to build back even better than where we were prior to COVID. I'm happy the Council took this step today." ... See MoreSee Less
Hampton Police Department and New Hampshire State Police - thank you for protecting the public. Everyday New Hampshire law enforcement officials step up to protect, while putting themselves in harm’s way.UPDATE - June 15, 2021 - The suspect involved in the Hampton motor vehicle incident on June 13, 2021 has been identified as 50 year-old Steven J. Haskins of Franklin, New Hampshire. Haskins remains in critical condition. Criminal charges will be forthcoming.
All aspects of this investigation remain under investigation by the New Hampshire State Police. Anyone with information pertaining to this event is still encouraged to contact Detective Sergeant John Kelly, via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Sunday June 13, 2021 at approximately 1639 hours, the Hampton Police Department attempted to stop an erratic driver along Route 101 in their Town. The vehicle was observed driving westerly within the eastbound lanes of travel and nearly collided with several vehicles. One of these vehicles included a fully-marked Hampton Police car.
Upon reversing directions to stop the suspect vehicle, Hampton Police reported seeing the suspect vehicle accelerate and complete a left-hand turn on to Landing Road. At the time of these events, the roadway was heavily populated with beach traffic. The actions of the driver were both dangerous and reckless, and Hampton Police continued behind the suspect in an attempt to stop the driver.
While the vehicle continued along Landing Road, the operator failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway. As a result, the suspect vehicle left the paved portion of the roadway and became stuck in an adjacent marsh. After crashing, Hampton Police reported seeing the driver’s door open and a figure moving through nearby bushes. As Hampton Police exited their vehicles, a single gunshot was heard. The driver appeared to have a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. No shots were discharged by police. Police provided emergency medical aid to the suspect and he was ultimately transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital. At the time of this release, the suspect remains hospitalized and is in critical condition.
All aspects of this investigation remain under investigation by the New Hampshire State Police. Identity of the suspect will remain withheld, while efforts are made to notify family. Anyone with information pertaining to this event are encouraged to contact Detective Sergeant John Kelly, via email, at email@example.com
#NHSP #TroopA #PressRelease ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Salem Republican Town Committee for your continued support. Greatly impressed by the turnout and support. Labor Day - I’ll be thereStanding Room Only at the June meeting of the Salem GOP.
Executive Councilor Janet Stevens addressed our group along with US House candidate Gil Towne and potential US House candidate Karoline Leavitt. The 2022 election season is well underway. ... See MoreSee Less
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