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2016 Declared Issue Positions

Background

Experience

Representative, NH House of Representatives (2008 - 2016); Deputy Speaker of the House, NH House of Representatives (2011 - 2012)

Family
Married; Children: 3
Education
BBA, Northwood University, Midland, MI.
Home Address
15 Eagle Court
Greenland, NH 03840

POSITION ON ISSUES

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Crime and Public Safety

Should NH keep the death penalty?
Should NH decriminalize small amounts of marijuana?
Should NH pass stricter gun control laws?
Should NH legalize the recreational use of marijuana?
Was NH right to ban hand-held cell phone use while driving?

Economy, Budget and Taxes

Should the federal government repeal the Dodd-Frank financial regulations?
Should NH raise the minimum wage?
Should NH do more to limit eminent domain?
Should NH add restrictions on welfare recipients?
State role in economic growth
Should NH pass right-to-work legislation?
Should NH continue to use property taxes instead of a new broad-based tax, such as an income tax?
Should NH add a broad-based sales tax?
Should NH require labels on some or all genetically modified foods?
Should NH add an income tax on earned income?
Should NH authorize one or more casinos?
Do employees in NH need more legal protections in the workplace?

Education

Should NH provide more funding for charter schools?
Should NH continue to base statewide assessments on Common Core standards?

Energy and Environment

Should NH do more to limit eminent domain?
Should NH restrict further wind power development?
Should NH continue to participate in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative?
Should NH allow the Northern Pass to proceed with some (not all) of the lines buried?
Should NH require labels on some or all genetically modified foods?

Health Care

Should the federal government repeal the Affordable Care Act/”Obamacare” entirely and start again?
Should NH continue to allow medicinal marijuana?
Should NH allow physician-assisted suicide?
Should NH require labels on some or all genetically modified foods?
Should NH limit access to abortion?
Should the federal government continue to fund Planned Parenthood?

Politics and Political Process

Should NH broaden campaign finance disclosure laws?

Recreation and Transportation

Should NH require car insurance for some or all drivers?
Was NH right to ban hand-held cell phone use while driving?

Social Issues

Should NH continue to allow medicinal marijuana?
Should NH allow physician-assisted suicide?
Should NH add restrictions on welfare recipients?
Should NH decriminalize small amounts of marijuana?
Should NH authorize one or more casinos?
Should NH limit access to abortion?
Should NH legalize the recreational use of marijuana?
Should the federal government continue to fund Planned Parenthood?

VOTING RECORD

This candidate did not hold office as a legislator in the most recent session, and therefore does not have a voting record available.

Campaign Finances

Raised: $100,710

Individual Contributions: 73% ($73,710)
Party Contributions: 0% ($0)
PAC Contributions: 0% ($0)
Candidate self-financing: 27% ($27,000)
Other: 0% ($0)

Spent: $100,120

Reporting Date: September 30, 2016

COMMENTS

Gupta Sinjay
- Greenland

Thu, 07/25/2013 - 12:05am

Republican State Rep Pam Tucker agrees with Senator Shaheen and wants to allow 11 million illegals to obtain citizenship. She says it's good for the economy. She also agrees with Shaheen that we should allow 180,000 H1 B foreign workers and 500,000 low skilled workers.

680,000 foreign workers when there are only 540,000 private sector jobs in NH?

At an average of $500 per one way plane ticket it would cost $5 billion to humanely deport 10 million illegals. There is $46 billion in the senate bill. Let's use $5 Billion to get rid of them. HECK? Lets buy them champagne and caviar at another $500 per deportee and it will still only total $10 billion.

Yet, Pam says there is no way we can do it

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