Bradley For State Senate - Thank You

What a great victory we had on Tuesday. It was obvious from the election results that people have had enough of what is going on in Concord -- the taxes, the spending, and the passage of legislation on social issues that do not reflect our New Hampshire values.

Yesterday I went to the statehouse to join my new colleagues and to roll up my sleeves and get to work! I am hoping that the official swearing in will happen in the next few days but I'll keep you posted.

Most importantly, I want to thank you for all the support you have given me to make this campaign successful. The many volunteer hours you spent phone banking, going door to door, poll standing, and the financial help made this a true grassroots victory, and for that I am truly grateful. Together, we made a strong statement -- that we didn't like the direction the state was going in and we wanted to change it!

As I begin my work in the state senate, I will keep you posted on what is happening. The website, will remain up and active, and as we move forward, please give me your thoughts and comments so I can represent your concerns in the Senate.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you again for your friendship and support.



P.S. There is another opportunity to make a difference and help put a stop to the radical social and tax agenda of the Democrats, there is another special election on Tuesday April 28th for the State Legislature in Rockingham County District 4 representing Salem and Windham. Our Republican Candidate Marilinda Garcia needs your help. I am going to do everything I can to help send Marilinda to Concord because I know we can count on her to be a str ong voice in the NH House for lower taxes, lower spending and traditional family values. Please join me in supporting Marilinda for the State Legislature. Please visit her website here and consider making a contribution to her campaign, or contact BJ Perry at (603)225-9341 to volunteer. Marilinda needs help going door to door and phone banking, another Republican victory will send a clear signal to the Democrats that enough is enough and bring us one step closer to regaining a Republican majority in Concord!