NH Gubernatorial Candidate Sherman: Stop Placating Extremists

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Today, students in Croydon, New Hampshire, are returning to school as they have every year since the school first opened in 1794. But that tradition was jeopardized after extremists voted in March to reduce to half the budget of the city’s public schools. The town united to save their school.

In July, New Hampshire residents woke up to learn that the locks had been changed on New Hampshire’s beloved recreation center, Gunstock Mountain. The center is critical to the area’s economy and was temporarily closed after political extremists who wanted to privatize it ousted the existing management team. The county came together to reopen Gunstock.

Last year, extremists included in New Hampshire’s budget the first restrictions on abortion that required cruel and invasive procedures meant to shame women. They inserted provisions intended to make teachers afraid to teach basic history, pushed for legislation that takes money from public schools, and pushed for legislation that restricts voting rights. They promoted highly manipulated legislative maps. Chris Sununu signed all of these into law. Granite Staters came together to roll back some of these restrictions, but many remain in place.