NH State Senator Ruth Ward (R-Stoddard) files official paperwork for re-election campaign
Stoddard, NH - Today, Senator Ruth Ward officially filed her paperwork to seek re-election to the NH State Senate in District 8.
“It has been an absolute pleasure and one of the greatest honors of my life to serve in the New Hampshire Senate,” Ward stated. “I believe that over my two-terms, we have achieved many great things that have made New Hampshire a better place to live. I have made it my mission to work to keep our taxes low and protect the freedoms that we hold so dear here in the Granite State. I have worked to expand educational choices for all families, including those with children who have special needs or learning disabilities. I have fought to protect our constitutional freedoms, including the Second Amendment which has come under constant attack over the past two years.”
“Right now New Hampshire, and every state in our nation, is facing a great obstacle in the COVID-19 crisis and the resulting shutdowns of business and everyday life. The people of New Hampshire want leadership, and they are not getting it from Senate Democrats. We’ve seen nothing but partisan bickering and finger-pointing from the Democratic majority. That’s a good way to try to win an election, but it is not the way to solve problems.”
“We need to make sure that we are doing everything we can to support New Hampshire workers, their families and our small businesses during this time. That means we should not be raising property taxes or creating a new statewide income tax. We should be making it easier for businesses to find new ways to innovate and keep their doors open, not raising their taxes and creating even more red-tape.”
“If I am re-elected, I promise that I will continue to be a strong, conservative voice for the people of District 8 and the people of New Hampshire.”
Ruth Ward is Stoddard resident and represented District 8 in the New Hampshire State Senate since 2016.