Bringing North Country Issues to Concord
An Open Letter to Govenor Sununu
Governor Sununu, the next time you make a trip to Berlin please make it a real visit. It helps to talk to the residents of Berlin about the issues that the city is facing rather than just offering hit and run criticisms. You mentioned the additional money that went into educational funding. Have you talked to Superintendent King about how that money was spent and how they really do need more money and Berlin also needs relief from property taxes? Did you mention when your budget was sent to the House of Representatives you had no additional school funding monies, but we did receive pages and pages of earmarks? Did you mention that the Democratic House and Senate leadership fought to keep that money in the budget along with some municipal funding for cities and towns?
When you compared Littleton to Berlin did you mention that Littleton has 2 major highways I-91 and I-93 to make it easy to access? Did you ask when the Conway corridor had been dropped because of lack of funding? Did you even know this was a proposed corridor to allow drivers easy access to Berlin?
I made the decision to run for the NH State Senate because of these issues. As a chair of the Finance Committee Division II, I know the answers to these questions and I’m looking forward to taking these issues to Concord. The next time you plan a visit let’s put together some Berlin residents that can tell you what they have already done and how the state can support their efforts.
Representative Sue Ford, Grafton District 3
Candidate – Senate District #1
The Endorsements Keep Rolling In
Thank you, Senator Gillibrand! It was a pleasure to get to know you when you came to New Hampshire early in your candidacy for President. Kirsten and I immediately became friends over discussions centered on children and families. Your support means a great deal to me.- Sue
Working For A Stronger North Country
Providing economic opportunities without sacrificing our natural environment
Promoting civility in Concord
Keeping taxes and state spending in check. Sue opposes a sales or income tax.
Standing up for public education
Fighting against increasing health care costs on seniors, women, and families
Expanding treatment options to fight opioid addiction, implement substance abuse education into our schools and making sure that first responders are properly equipped.
On November 3rd, cast your ballot for a true and trusted leader who will work for everyone in Coös and Northern Grafton County. Vote for Sue Ford for Senate District 1.
We are all in this together!
2015 NHDP Peter Hoe Burling Legislative Award
NH House of Representatives (4th Term)
Democratic Floor Leader
Chair of the Division 2 Finance Committee
Finance Committee (2013-2016)
Children and Family Law Committee
Court Appointed Special Advocate
(CASA) Guardian ad Litem
Over 40 years as an educator and administrator
Chair Grafton County Democrats
NH Democratic Grassroots Coordinator (2017-2018)
Guilford HS (Guilford, CT)
Hiram College (Hiram, OH; BA)
Northern Illinois University (DeKalb, IL; MS)
Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven,CT; CAS)