Jordan Ulery of Hudson announced today he is seeking re-election to the New Hampshire House for Pelham, Hudson and Litchfield in the September Republican Primary. Representative Ulery is in his second term in the House, serving on Criminal Justice and Public Safety and the Ways and Means Committees. He is also a member of the Executive Committee for Hillsborough County where he was appointed to both the County Attorney’s Budget Sub-committee and the Sheriff’s Department Budget Sub-committee.
Said Representative Ulery “Iran for political office to serve my community and state.” In “the real world” Ulery was a Paramedic in Boston and at the old Bryer Motor Sport Park (Loudon). He is currently a Licensed Private Detective and has a degree in Political Science from St. Anselm College. During his tenure in the House Representative Ulery has sponsored a bill that made peonage (slavery) a state crime after a van load of illegal aliens was found to have been paid a measly $18.00 for roofing a large house in New Ipswich.
This term, despite being in the minority party, Representative Ulery was able to get several bills passed that actually help the people of New Hampshire. One bill now makes reckless drivers responsible to the real cost to repair damage they cause to state or town highways guardrails, thus reducing our tax burden. Another allows motor carrier officers to inspect trucks for contraband, including the smuggling of illegal aliens (usually young women for the purpose of prostitution). Another, important bill, grants to county and municipal works the same rights long held by state workers. That is, all public employees will now be protected when then speak out publicly about fraud, waste and abuse that may occur. In effect, this law re-authorizes the Freedom of Speech for all public employees.
Representative Ulery stated “I hope to be re-elected to continue fighting for responsible government spending, lower taxes and lower state spending. I stood firm in Ways and Means against the inflated revenue estimates that have lead to the current budget deficit. I voted against the unnecessary 17.5% budget increase. I spoke against the repel of the Parental Notification Act.” He concluded “I am ready, willing and able to devote the time and energy necessary to the Office of Representative.”
Jordan G. Ulery
Republican - Hillsborough 27th
"Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.” Edmund Burke. Bristol 1774