NHDP - Statement from Maureen Mann, Democratic Nominee for Rockingham 32 Special Election

Deerfield, NH - After winning the Democratic nomination for Rockingham 32 yesterday, Maureen Mann released the following statement:  
"I thank the voters of Deerfield, Candida, Northwood and Nottingham who came out to support me yesterday. As New Hampshire House Republicans advance a fiscally irresponsible budget that includes drastic cuts to critical priorities for businesses and families while downshifting costs onto our communities, it's clearer than ever that we need a change in the House."  
"We deserve safe roads and bridges, affordable education, and access to health services, and I pledge to be a voice for common sense problem-solving and responsible budgeting in Concord."
Background on Maureen Mann
Mann was first elected to the House of Representatives in January of 2008, and re-elected in 2008 and 2012. She was a small business owner and was a public school teacher for over 30 years. Mann has been very active in her community over the years, and received the Sherburne Award for outstanding service to Deerfield. She is a trustee of the Philbrick James Library in Deerfield, and an active member of the Deerfield Community Church Fair Committee. She is a reporter and editor of The Forum.