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When Chris first announced he was running for this seat, he said it was because he was grounded in the people and places of New Hampshire. After more than 200 days serving as the voice of first district residents in Washington, DC, that’s more true now than ever before.

In Congress, Chris is focused on finding bipartisan solutions and working for Granite Staters - issues like lowering the cost of prescription drugs, ensuring that everyone has access to quality, affordable health care, ensuring our veterans get the care and services they have earned, and creating an economy that works for New Hampshire.

Chris sits on two key committees: Transportation and Infrastructure and Veterans’s Affairs.

On Transportation and Infrastructure, Chris is committed to bringing federal resources back to New Hampshire to ensure that our roads and bridges are safe, that our infrastructure is resilient in the face of climate change, and that New Hampshire remains an attractive place to start and grow a business.

Chris Veterans’ Affairs, Chris works to ensure that our veterans get the care and services that they have earned. He also chairs the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Veteran’s Affairs Committee where he works to hold the VA accountable and provides oversight on the programs and operations of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

On the Executive Council, Chris was a leader in fighting back against extreme attacks on women’s health and led the effort to restore the Planned Parenthood funding that provides health care for thousands of New Hampshire women.

Chris led the effort to expand Medicaid to provide health care coverage for 50,000 additional Granite Staters.

Chris will fight to protect Social Security for today's seniors and to strengthen it for generations to come. But Republicans in Washington have said they want to cut billions from Social Security to pay for tax giveaways to corporate special interests.