With the passing of The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, I’m encouraged about the impact it could have for the citizens of NH. In the southern part of the state, we can open up more employment opportunities by expanding commuter rail service between Boston and NH. In more rural areas, of the state, we can expand broadband internet, giving all of our students access to the global resources essential in today’s world.
(WHDH) — Seven New England communities have been ranked among the top 25 safest cities in the United States, according to a new study.
To determine where Americans can feel most protected against life’s hazards, including non-physical forms of danger, WalletHub says it compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 44 key metrics, including COVID-19 deaths in the past week and assaults per capita, unemployment rate, and road quality.
Columbia, Maryland, is the safest city in the country, according to the personal finance website, while St. Louis, Missouri was ranked the least safest.
Worcester was the only Massachusetts city to land among the top 25. Cities in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Rhode Island also cracked the top 25.
The top 25 safest cities were ranked as follows:
|2||South Burlington, VT|
This is a day to make sure we formally honor all those who serve or served. We should remember every day that they are the ones that sacrifice so we can enjoy our freedom.
November 3 – Thank you Nashua for your votes and confidence in my serving our district. I appreciate everyone who supported my campaign effort and am looking forward to helping our city and state move forward.
Supporting Public education and the teaching heroes are a key value I stand for. I have a strong voting record advocating for pubic education. Now is the time to make sure you have a plan to vote: absentee by mail, vote at Nashua City Hall , vote at 14 Court Street, or on November 3 vote at the Broad Street Elementary school for me, Jan Schmidt and William Bordy.
I am so pleased to receive the endorsement of The Nashua Teachers’ Union Committee of Political Education. Membership includes the vital education staff that serve our Nashua students. Our future well being is so dependent on students being well educated. Nashua is so fortunate to have an amazing set of professionals. I proudly stand along with Representatives Jan Schmidt and William Bordy pledging to continue efforts in Concord advocating for public education.
Dan Feltes is not for broad-based taxes. Republicans are distorting this in campaign activity far all state level contests. End of discussion. Please go vote.
https://www.nashuanh.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1560. You can vote in person as usual on November 3 at the Broad Street Elementary School or absentee by mail, or now at City Hall, or at 14 Court Street
I will continue to improve public education, access to healthcare, a cleaner environment, and social justice.
Proud to receive an endorsement from the Stonewall Democrats. I believe that everyone should be valued and respected.