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  • Tom Harris
    (Dem)

  • Susan E. Homola
    (Rep)

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    Kat McGhee
    (Dem)

  • David C. Werner
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

What should our state do over the long term to ensure healthcare access for all, including treatment for addiction and mental illness?

In building a vibrant economy in our state, would you emphasize reforming tax policies, addressing income inequality, changing the minimum wage, or something else?

What do you see as the state government’s role in creating or incentivizing more housing?

What should state government do to ensure an equitable, quality public education for all children pre-K through grade 12?

What kinds of policies, if any, will you pursue to promote social and racial justice in our state?

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Campaign Mailing Address P.O. Box 1602
Hollis, NH 03049-6288
Campaign Website http://www.katmcghee.com
Campaign Email kmcghee257@gmail.com
Campaign Facebook http://@mcghee4StateRep
Campaign Twitter @KatMcGhee4NH
Campaign Instagram http://@Kat4NH
Campaign Phone (617) 791-3166
We have successfully expanded and protected Medicaid and we we still hopeful that the federal efforts to undo the ACA will be unsuccessful. With the onset of the ACA 10 years ago, mental illness and addiction came out of the shadows in terms of treatment being covered by all insurance. NH must work to strengthen healthcare access in the long run so it is treated as a right and not a privilege for those who can afford it.

NH needs to keep our support for the health care of our citizens strong because it benefits everyone when our people are healthy.
Yes! We are going to need to find ways to meet the needs of our citizens and essential services without losing the New Hampshire Advantage. We do need to eliminate the uneven and unfair property tax burden that effects senior citizens on fixed incomes who cannot afford to stay in their homes. Marijuana legalization, regulations and taxation is being discussed as a way to bring in some additional money. Sin taxes like e-cigarettes being added to the tobacco statute, a bill I worked on last session, make sense too. Addressing Income inequality starts with fair taxation.

Our minimum wage must be raised. We tried in 2019 and 2020, we will continue to put forth reasonable bills and hope the Governor will be reasonable at some point as well.
I serve on the Zoning Board in my town and I believe understanding the needs of the housing market and communicating with local Planning and Zoning boards about fulfilling those need, whether it be elderly housing or workforce housing or simply more affordable housing is the job of state government. NH has very limited funding for incentivizing development and in our upcoming COVID19 downturn, I'm not sure we will have the money to fund new programs.
After the Con-Val decision in summer of 2018, it became clear that our state government was shirking its constitutional responsibility to provide adequate funding for public education. I serve on Science, Technology and Energy and my lane is really clean energy and smart energy policy to help the environment. However, education is a motivation for my service as well. We need to fully fund the Education Trust Fund and the Building Maintenance Fund and the NH Retirement Fund must be sacrosanct moving forward. I'm opposed to KENO kindergarten funding. Our House leadership is working to determine what is needed and how to make it happen.
As I mentioned, I'm working on big policies for climate justice. Climate disruption disproportionately disadvantages the poor and people of color. I am a social and racial justice advocate as a person and as a State Rep., but I am extremely busy trying to work the collaborations that will help us turn the tide on our emissions planning and clean energy investments to make 2050 net zero happen for NH. I passed a bill for an online energy data hub that will give us the tool we need to see all our energy in one place. I am still working to ensure the utilities do not derail the project at the Public Utilities Commission where I am an intervenor on the docket. Modern management of state can help us with social justice, IMHO.
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