Economic Security and Dignity

Economic inequality in America has been growing since the 1970s, and 2017’s Tax Reform legislation will only contribute to the problem. An independent analysis found that the bottom 80 percent of taxpayers by income receive just 35% of the legislation’s benefits in 2018 and will receive none at all by 2027! It further estimates that nearly three quarters of all taxpayers will be adversely impacted starting next year …

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Women’s Health Care and Economic Security

Naomi knows that the protection and improvement of women’s rights require women to be politically engaged.  Women need to seek political office, work on women’s political campaigns, or work in public service to advance women’s equality. As the saying goes, “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu.” Naomi is proud of her long record of advocacy for women as Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter’s Chief of Staff …

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Cybersecurity

Criminals and foreign enemies understand that attacking us online is easier than attacking us in person.  Because we increasingly store vital and valuable information digitally, these cyber attacks have grown in consequence, resulting in identity theft, intellectual property theft from US businesses

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Improving the Economy

It is important to make sure that we have policies that allow large and small businesses to compete in the domestic and global economy. We need to renew our public infrastructure, which will provide millions of jobs and make our businesses more competitive and efficient, and we can establish an infrastructure bank to help finance it …

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Gun Violence Prevention

The students of Parkland, Florida have been a true inspiration. For too long, the NRA and its allies have dominated Washington politics - peddling their influence through threats of primary challengers for those who do not remain “pure” by opposing every single common-sense effort to reduce gun violence in America …

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National Security

In Congress, Naomi will protect our country by making sure we always have the resources to defend our nation and honor our commitments. She will also support policies that seek to promote understanding and cooperation and conflict resolution. She believes foreign aid, diplomacy, and soft power are …

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Opioid/Drug Crisis

Substance abuse has been a problem for a long time. New Hampshire has really come together to fight this scourge, but more must be done. Naomi believes that we need to approach it by: supporting prevention efforts in health care settings, schools and workplaces; increasing funding for both …

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Environment

Naomi has always been passionate about protecting our environment and fighting climate change. She loves the outdoors. She camps, skis, swims, runs marathons, and has climbed all 48 4,000-ft mountains in New Hampshire, always inspired by the beauty of nature …

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Health Care, Medicare, Social Security

Naomi believes that health care costs are out of control, and she supports allowing people of any age to buy into Medicare. The government is already heavily involved in health care—and has been for more than half a century. Government safety net programs insure seniors through …

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Education

Education has been the driver of progress in America. Families know that a good education is essential for most good jobs, but they are finding it harder than ever to pay the high costs of college or technical school. Naomi still has big school loans herself, so she understands the pressure working families are facing …

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Veterans

Veterans certainly deserve to be thanked for their service. But we need to do more than that. We also owe them the benefits they have earned. Veterans have spent significant time away from their families and friends. They have missed the everyday routine of their workplaces and their …

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Democracy

At the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin is said to have responded to a question about the form of our new government by answering: “A Republic, if you can keep it.” What was true then, remains true today: the principles and institutions of our democratic republic must not be taken for granted, and we – the American people – are responsible for …

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