Grady has considerable accomplishments

To the Editor:

On Nov. 4, I shall have the great pleasure of voting for Brenda Grady on the Merrimack ballot for state representative in Concord.

A New Hampshire native, she has lived in Merrimack for 39 years with her husband, John. Brenda has been a member of the Budget Committee and School Board, and is currently the youth programs chair and secretary of the Exchange Club of Merrimack.

From her considerable accomplishments in Merrimack government, she has a solid understanding of how our state government can support the residents of Merrimack.

In her past term as representative, she has voted for and supported the following actions: doubling the research and development tax credit from $1 million to $2 million annually; establishing the state Farm to Plate Program in support of local food and farming; expanding the working program for unemployed persons who are becoming self-employed by establishing a business; promoting education for science, technology, engineering and math; and updating and enhancing New Hampshire laws to prosecute individuals who traffic men, women and children for sex or labor.

I invite you to join me on Nov. 4 in voting for Brenda Grady.

Norman Phillips
Merrimack