L’Heureux to run for 11th term in House

To the Editor:

I am announcing my candidacy for re-election to my 11th term to the New Hampshire House of Representatives on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

Appointed by the House Speaker, I served 20 years on the Fish & Game Committee, and was appointed by the governor and council to a five-year term on the New Hampshire Highway Safety Traffic Commission.

Some of my successfully passed legislation includes subjects relative to: DWI convictions, veterans affairs, teen driving licenses, fines for careless and negligent driving, harassment, search and rescue animals, Fish & Game issues, child passenger restraints, DWI with minors, walking disability parking and placard violations and many more. I am not a one-issue candidate or a candidate with a personal agenda.

I pledge to:

? Work diligently to continue to represent and serve all Merrimack constituents regardless of party affiliation.

? Vote and work to keep state spending in line with state revenues.

? Oppose any sales or income tax.

? Support legislation that would protect our lakes, rivers and drinking water sources.

? Defend your Second Amendment rights and right to carry.

I’m extremely proud to be the only candidate who has served Merrimack as a member of the School Board, selectman and state representative. Having held these positions gives me a better insight to comprehend the complex issues that affect our community.

My membership affiliations include the New Hampshire Wildlife Federation, the Knights of Columbus, the NRA and AARP.

I may be reached at: staterepbob@gmail.com.

Bob L’Heureux