New Hampshire is a special place to call home. Born and raised in Manchester, Chris’s lifelong devotion to the region and its future compelled him to run for the Executive Council in 2012 and to seek reelection this year.
“I have worked hard as a member of the Executive Council to bring a balanced, forward-thinking view to state government, and I believe we are making tremendous progress in addressing our state’s economic, health, and infrastructure needs. Through thousands of votes on contracts and appointments to important work on behalf of 260,000 constituents and 19 communities, I have always put the best interests of the district first. By working together in a pragmatic fashion we can ensure New Hampshire becomes an even better place to live, work and do business.
"It’s an honor to serve District 4 on the Executive Council, and I will to continue to update this site often with news about the Council and my activities around the district. In addition, I want to hear from you. Please don’t ever hesitate to contact me with your thoughts and ideas about how we can work together to move New Hampshire forward.”
The substance abuse crisis affects everyone across New Hampshire and is the most serious public health and economic issue we face. On the Executive Council, Chris has supported measures that will help save lives.
A modern, multimodal transportation system is critical to ensuring that New Hampshire continues to be a premier place to live, work, and raise a family. The Executive Council approved a Ten Year Plan to improve our transportation infrastructure which was signed into law this summer.
I have fought against efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, and in 2016 I successfully worked to restore full funding for critical services like cancer screenings, birth control, and wellness visits.