FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jane Cormier
Hooksett, NH – The Honorable Jane Cormier, has announced her run for the Executive Council District 4. “The Executive Council provides many important responsibilities to the citizens of New Hampshire, including the oversight and approval of approximately $5.2 billion dollars of the annual expenditures that are appropriated by the legislature”, said Cormier, who served in the NH House from 2012 – 2014. “We need to ensure that contracts are properly bid and awarded. Sole source contracts should be the exception, not the rule. Unfortunately, it seems a significant amount of money is spent outside of New Hampshire, and it’s time to put New Hampshire’s interests ahead of the special interest groups”, she added.
Cormier has been very active in the conservative grassroots for many years, calling for small, efficient state government and individual liberty. During her time as a State Representative, she received high fiscal and Constitutional ratings from many of the Granite State’s independent watchdog groups. She intends to bring these attributes to the Executive Council.
“The Executive Councilors vote to confirm or reject the appointments of citizens to more than 300 important, influential positions each biennium – including Supreme Court Justices, the Attorney General, Agency Heads, Commissioners and many more”, emphasized Cormier, adding, “I will vote to confirm only those candidates who will be guided by constitutional and fiscally conservative principals, and who will put New Hampshire First in all of their decisions.
Jane served as the President of New Hampshire Right to Life from 2014 – 2018. She teaches at The Founders Academy in Manchester as Choral Director and has worked in the New Hampshire non-profit sector for over 30 years.
Executive Council District 4 covers the communities of Allenstown, Auburn, Barrington, Bedford, Bow, Candia, Chichester, Deerfield, Epsom, Goffstown, Hooksett, Lee, Londonderry, Loudon, Manchester, Northwood, Nottingham, Pembroke, and Pittsfield.
For more information, visit www.janecormier.org