Yikes: Exeter's "representation" in the NH House has one thing in mind: more government spending and control. Gilman supports a $15 minimum wage. What a cheapskate--why not raise it to $50. It's surprising how little she cares for the working class. Well, at least she's out of Exeter. I see her move to the statehouse as doing less harm to more people.
She nabbed 4700 votes. There are 14000 Exeter residents. A third of the population is not a mandate to me. 2/3 did not vote for her. (I know I am including children, but minimum age requirements are a form of ageism anyway, right?)