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Alliegro Campaign...for Campton

To those who supported my election campaign in 2020 and voted me into office, I thank you once again.  It has been a time of working together to secure a great future for our town. 


In Concord, I worked within a House majority, so our interests — our voice — was heard in the Capitol.  I advocated for lower taxes, a balanced budget, reduced government interference in our daily lives, and to secure the liberties guaranteed in our U.S. and New Hampshire constitutions. 


In the County Legislative Delegation, I faced a majority that continued to push for ever-expanding budgets and higher taxes.  I did my best to hold the line, and alongside two fiscally-responsible County Commissioners, did so fairly well.


While I do not hold an official position in Campton town government, I worked alongside our Campton office holders to address constituents' questions and concerns.


In other words, I "campaigned" just as hard in these past two years for the residents of Campton as I did for my 2020 election run.  I hope that you will support my reelection again in 2022.  There is more work to be done.  Please use the  Contact  page on this website to send your questions, comments, and advice.

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Website sponsored by the Alliegro Campaign, 41 Hemlock Hill Rd., Campton, NH 03223. Please use the Contact  page for inquires.

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