We know that NH works best when we all work together. Our property taxes help to fuel our communities – public schools, our fire, and police departments, our roads, and bridges, but we can’t do it alone. While we are all paying our fair share, radical right extremists in Concord siphon resources from our communities and classrooms. We’ve seen it happen in Grafton, Greenland, Croydon, and Gunstock: every time they get involved it costs us more in reckless spending. Then they claim that we don’t have enough money for the things we need. It’s up to us, not a small group of extremists, to decide how our communities take shape. This November we must protect our freedoms, our families, and our futures.