My vision for New Hampshire is to see more opportunity for every-one in the state. I want to prove that smaller government, more personal responsibility, and more government accountability leads to a more successful state. Heavy government restrictions and regulations keep state budgets high and keeps many good individuals from prospering.
I know that we cannot put a complete end to poverty, unemployment, drug abuse, or corruption. However, if we start now—today—we can make positive changes and begin making steps towards these goals. The more of us that take these steps, the bigger the steps become until instead of mere walking, we are running to the goal of a stronger New Hampshire for all of us.
Working together we can build a better future. By stepping outside the comfort zone of hoping for change, we can be the change.
Together we can think differently, vote differently, and succeed.
Your health and well being is important to Jilletta. It has been proven that cannabis is an effective treatment in many ailments including type 2 diabetes and obesity. It has also been proven that it is not a gateway drug and the possibility of overdosing on it are so small that it could be said to be impossible. Jilletta would support the legalization of this drug and promote its use in the treatment of those addicted to opioids as it has proven affective to end addiction of those drugs that can lead to death. Jilletta would also invite the lawmakers from Portugal to come and speak with the legislature regarding their success at cutting their drug addiction rates in half in just 10 years. It's time to start using proven successful methods instead of the failed "drug war" which has seen violence and death due to drugs increase, not decrease.
Government belongs to the people. The only way they can know if their representatives are fulfilling their campaign promises is through government transparency.
Jilletta will protect the individual. While NH does not allow it's state and local police to seize assets of individuals who have not been convicted of a crime, the Federal Government still uses this practice and splits the proceeds with the local officials who assist them. Jilletta would work with our Federal representatives to create legislature to end this practice. The personal property of an innocent individual should not be seized for any reason. Our constitution states we are innocent until proven guilty. You should not have to fight for the innocence of your home or be afraid to travel with cash.
A parent of 3 publically educated children (1 still in school), the only college graduate of her siblings, a former adjunct professor at the NH Community Technical College, and a former PTA member Jilletta understands the importance of education and the need for personal and parental control over being able to obtain it. Jilletta believes it should be up to the school district and community whether or not they use common core. It should not be something that the government dictates. With the federal government proposing to cut back on education funding, it will be an important concern here in NH where we already have very high property taxes to fund the education of our children. We cannot afford to raise our taxes to deal with this issue. Jilletta is committed to keeping the options available to parents open without increasing their tax burden.