2018 GOP Candidates

Governor

Chris Sununu

Chris Sununu

Governor

Bio

Governor Chris Sununu is serving his first term as Governor of New Hampshire. Currently the youngest Governor in the country, Governor Sununu is committed to delivering results for the people of New Hampshire.

Governor Sununu served three terms on the New Hampshire Executive Council representing 32 cities and towns in Rockingham and Hillsborough counties. The five-member Executive Council provides unique oversight of the state’s executive branch sharing many of the same powers of the Governor and stands as the only one of its kind in the United States.

Campaign Website
https://chrissununu.com/

Donate Link
https://cm.aristotle.com/d/chrissununu

Address:
Office of the Governor
State House
107 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301

Phone:
(603) 271-2121

Email:
https://business.nh.gov/nhgovernor/comments.asp

Executive Council District 4

Ted Gatsas

Ted Gatsas

Executive Council

Bio
Mayor Ted Gatsas is a lifelong resident of Manchester. He attended Manchester public schools and is a graduate of Smyth Road Elementary School and Manchester High School Central. Ted earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

Campaign Website
https://www.tedgatsas.com/

Donate Link
https://www.tedgatsas.com/donate

Phone:
603-623-0220

Email:
[email protected]

U.S. Congress (CD-1)

Eddie Edwards

Eddie Edwards

U.S Congress

Bio

I am the former chief of police for the town of South Hampton and served as Chief of New Hampshire State Division of Liquor Enforcement. A U.S. Navy veteran and graduate of the FBI National Academy, I spent a career in law enforcement before moving to the private sector and launching a business working with small businesses to help reduce regulation and cut through red tape.

Throughout my career, I have worked to address the problems of substance abuse. I am currently a board member of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Hampshire, helping to fight the scourge of opioid abuse, and I serve as the chairman of the Governor’s Advisory Group on Juvenile Justice.

Guided by integrity, I have seen the waste of government from the inside and have consistently stood with New Hampshire families against expanding the role of government in our lives and the squandering of our hard-earned tax dollars. Government at every level must be small, efficient, and transparent.

Campaign Website
https://www.edwardsfornh.com/

Donate Link
https://www.edwardsfornh.com/donate

Address:
28 Childs Drive, Dover, NH 03820

Phone:
603-312-9912

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
1. I view going to Congress as a continuation of my service to my country & state; 2. I want to bring back representation that reflects the values of NH-01; 3. I will provide an open door to the constituents of NH-01, regardless of party affiliation.

Senate District 16

David Boutin

David Boutin

Senate District 16

Bio

Republican David Boutin is a longtime community leader and proud resident of Hooksett. Formerly the State Senator for District 16, David has a record of protecting New Hampshire taxpayers and working to improve our state for families and seniors.

He is guided by his conservative values and is proudly pro-2nd Amendment, pro-life, and he is committed to fighting taxes and wasteful spending.

David served Hooksett in the State House as a State Representative and served as Senate District 16’s State Senator from 2009 to 2016. In 2016, he did not run for re-election to help raise his grandchild. Now, he is ready to get back to work for New Hampshire families!

David lives in Hooksett with his wife Janet, a former local school teacher. He is a proud father and grandfather. He holds a B.S. in Economics from Northeastern University and a M.A. in Community Planning from the University of Rhode Island. He is a former Hooksett Town Councilor and the former Town Planner.

Campaign Website
https://www.davidboutinforsenate.com

Donate Link:
https://www.davidboutinforsenate.com/donate

Address:
1465 Hooksett Rd, #80, Hooksett, NH 03106

Email:
[email protected]

 

Senate District 18

George Lambert

George Lambert

Senate District 18

Bio:
My wife and 3 daughters live in Litchfield. Our girls have been both homeschooled, in public education, and private school so we have seen personally how a variety of educational choices are essential to the diverse needs of young people in New Hampshire. I have lived in NH most of my life, having gone to 1st grade in West Stuartstown, then Manchester, and graduating from Pelham High and then UNH Manchester. Having served in community organizations & Government, I have both run NH Businesses and been a Litchfield Selectman, so I understand the needs of both community government, property tax payers and business owners in NH. I would appreciate your vote so that I am continue to serve you.

Campaign Website
http://lambert4senate.com

Address:
3 Lydston Lane, Litchfield, NH 03052

Phone:
603-635-4910

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running to maintain the NH Advantage. I want a Government of, by & for the People. Low Taxes, Low Spending, excellence in Education, Reducing Regulation for Businesses & Consumers matter. No income and sales tax are always my priority.

Senate District 20

Carla Gericke

Carla Gericke

State Senate, District 20

Bio

Born in South Africa under apartheid, I was raised in a diplomatic household, living in America, Sweden and Brazil as a youngster. I moved to the U.S. in 1996 after winning a green card in the Diversity lottery. I became a U.S. citizen in 2000. I am a former attorney. I practiced law in South Africa where I worked on pro bono criminal defense cases for the underprivileged, which helped shape my views about criminal justice. I write and speak on a variety of topics relating to individual rights, free markets, and liberty. I have been quoted in The Economist, Wall Street Journal, New York MagazineNew York Times, Playboy, GQ, and elsewhere, and have appeared on CNN and WMUR. In 2014, I was honored to be named one of NH Magazine’s “Remarkable Women.” I own a home in West Manchester, where I live with my husband of 24 years, Louis Calitz, and our rescued dog, Nervous Nellie.

Campaign Website
http://www.carla4nhsenate.com/

Donate Link
https://secure.anedot.com/carla-gericke-for-nh-state-senate/carla4nhsenate

Address:
497 Hooksett Road #134
Manchester, NH 03104

Phone:
603-865-7140

Email:
[email protected]

House 8 (Ward 1)

Andrew Fromuth

Andrew Fromuth

State Representative, House 8

Address:
1300 Union Street Manchester, NH 03104

Phone:
603-785-7497

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
Bring the young professionals back to NH. This will bolster the economy, create new jobs, appreciate north end property value, ensure competitive salaries, and help us compete in the thriving tech market. Best way to do this is by sending more of their representation to Concord.

I support decriminalization of marijuana and expanding access for medical cannabis to people suffering from ailments not currently outlined. The opioid epidemic can’t be resolved without a solution for pain sufferers. This is the “Live Free or Die” state…we need to emphasize the “free” whilst not being known for the latter.

Furthermore, I support the funding of mental health research and facilities. This is a pervasive problem millions of people suffer from but is rarely discussed because of the stigma attached…. depression and anxiety are not ailments of the weak.

I believe in fostering educational choice. You should not be restricted by the zip code in which you reside.

House 9 (Ward 2)

Doug Whitfield

Doug Whitfield

State Representative, House 9

Bio
My background has been in business management. I started in sales then became Sales and Operations manager for a medium sized corporation. For the next 30 years I owned my own Sales and Marketing business. I have now retired and think my background offers the people in Ward 2 a Conservative Voice in Concord.

Address:
14 Wind Song Ave

Phone:
603-668-5260

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I strongly believe that because I have a strong business background I offer the Voters in Ward 2 a Representative who will know how and when to spend their Tax Dollars. I would be a Rep who would actually be in Concord when they are in session!

House 9 (Ward 2)

Anthony Pugh

Anthony Pugh

State Representative, House 9

Bio:
I served in the Marines eventually rising to the rank of Sergeant and serving one tour in Iraq. The Marine Corps was a transformative experience. The lessons I learned while in the Marines still impact me to this day and shape the way that I view things like leadership, dedication and service. I have spent 9 years with the most wonderful woman, Nicole. We work in the Manchester area and are currently raising our two children. As we continue to build a life together, we hope to bring our children up with the values and character which will enable them to become happy and successful in their future endeavors. As we work and raise our family, I want to ensure that we have a strong economy that will give us the means of providing for ourselves. That we have the choice to provide quality education to our children and that our state retains the high quality of life that makes New Hampshire such a great place to live and work.

Campaign Website:
https://www.facebook.com/Anthony-Pugh-for-NH-State-Representative-612950575466511/

Donate Link:
https://secure.anedot.com/anthony-pugh/4staterep2018

Address:
486 Kennard Road

Phone:
603-321-8954

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
This election is about the future of our state. We need leaders in Concord that understand that prosperity does not come from a benevolent and powerful government but when individuals have political and economic freedom.

House 10 (Ward 3)

Daniel Heck

Daniel Heck

State Representative, House 10

Bio
I have been a small business owner for the past 10 years. I know what it takes to envision a goal and then execute to make that concept a reality. With the ever increasing partisanship I have maintained strong relations with people from all walks of life. I am always interested in hearing new opinions and I keep an open mind to changing mine. I believe in values such as honesty, integrity, hard work, compassion, and personal responsibility.

Donate Link:
https://www.paypal.me/DanielHeck

Address:
555 Canal St Apt 809, Manchester, NH 03101

Phone:
602-502-8986

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running because I feel like many citizens of Ward 3 in Manchester are not being adequately represented in Concord by their current State Rep. I want to give my fellow citizens a better option to represent them in the House.

House 10 (Ward 3)

Holly Beene Seal

Holly Beene Seal

State Representative, House 10

Campaign Website:
http://www.hollybeeneseal.com/index.htm

Donate Link:
http://www.hollybeeneseal.com/donate.htm

Phone:
603-289-6649

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running to restore liberty to the people of New Hampshire and to get government out of our daily lives.I believe in a Constitutionally limited government, individual liberty, private property, free markets and personal responsibility.

House 11 (Ward 4)

Jean Mathieu

Jean Mathieu

State Representative, House 11

Bio:

Jean Mathieu is a business owner in Manchester. She and her husband, Steve Mathieu, own Legacy Financial Solutions, a financial and estate planning company. She is a Chartered Life Underwriter and a Licensed Insurance Consultant. She earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin.

On top of being an Investment Advisor Representative at Legacy Financial and a licensed Insurance Agent since 2005, Jean is also a Life and 10-year Qualifying Million Dollar Round Table and a member of the Society of Financial Service Professionals. In 2015, she was named a Five Star Wealth Manager as the direct result of her superior service and customer satisfaction ratings.

Jean is a member of the Manchester Republican Committee and has routinely been involved in her community through her volunteer efforts. She has served on the Board of Trustees of Opera New Hampshire, the Downtown Manchester Board of the Granite YMCA, as a member various committees of the Million Dollar Round Table in Chicago, and as a Rotarian with Queen City Rotary. Jean is currently serving on the board of the Children’s Scholarship Fund in New Hampshire and is also a member of St. Marie Catholic Church in Manchester.

Message:
I assert that you, the individual- and not government – is best suited to define what is your own self interest. As your legislator, I will work had to reduce regulation and intrusive institutions that erode personal and economic freedom.

House 11 (Ward 4)

Mikey Leviss

Mikey Leviss

State Representative, House 11

Address:
PO Box 576, Manchester NH 03105

Phone:
603-264-8111

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
Primary voters told me that immigration and taxes were the two most important issues. We CAN enforce immigration law and pass amendments against income and sales taxes. I will be a reliable conservative vote: pro-life, pro-gun, pro-education choice.

House 12 (Ward 5)

Lisa Freeman

Lisa Freeman

State Representative, House 12

House 13 (Ward 6)

Larry Gagne

Larry Gagne

State Representative, House 13

Bio:
Married 52 years with 2 grown children and 2 grandchildren
Graduate of Central High
Resident of Ward 6 for 50 years
Retired from US Postal Service
5-term State Representative
US Navy 1961-66 Honorable Discharge

Phone:
603-625-9692

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running for State Representative because I want to make sure the state continues to put its financial house in order. I have lived in Manchester for 64 years and know firsthand what it means for families to live within their means. I will continue to fight for families by making sure the state does not spend beyond its means. Remember what Governor Thomson said: low taxes are the result of low spending.

House 13 (Ward 6)

Kirk McConville

Kirk McConville

State Representative, House 13

Address:
130 Linda Ln. Manchester, NH 03104

Phone:
1-617-767-6068

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
As a veteran I believe in service. I served my country in the United States Navy, and now I have the availability to serve the people of my home town. How could I not do it?

House 14 (Ward 7)

Roland Six

Roland Six

State Representative, House 14

Bio

Retired military (27 years). Retired Federal Civil Service (27 years). Served on town fire department as call firefighter/EMT/ambulance attendant (8 years). Currently responsible for financial and physical audits of various types of inventories of businesses collateralized by Fortune 500 companies. Multiple skill sets, including oversight and management of complex operations, knowledge and application of best business practices and operation dynamics in civilian, state, and federal environments.

Active in veterans organizations; Life Member VFW (27 years); Past Post Commander, and current Senior Vice-Commander Post 10722; Life Member of DAV (40 years), Member of American Legion. Endowment level Patriot Life Member of NRA.

Address:
238 Young St

Phone:
781-929-1199

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I have served the public in various capacities for the past 45 years. The knowledge and skill sets acquired in these endeavors I want to bring to Concord to keep the relationship between the citizen and the state government in proper perspective.

House 14 (Ward 7)

Andreas Reif

Andreas Reif

State Representative, House 14

Bio
Married 25 years with 7 children! Have been teaching ethics, philosophy, religion and history at multiple colleges and universities since 1994, including Manchester Community College, Southern New Hampshire University, NHTI and Granite State College. Actively involved in church. My wife and I home school. Teach Running Start through MCC. Have also worked part-time in financial services since 1994. Hold several graduate degrees, having just finished a second master in American History at SNHU. Manchester resident for 28 years. Love New Hampshire!

Campaign Website
http://www.andreaswreif.com

Donate Link
https://www.paypal.com/donate/

Address:
249 Young Street

Phone:
603-289-4739

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running to continue the successful policies of the Republican party. This includes rejecting any sales or income tax, advocating for the second amendment and the right to educational choice by the parents for their children. I am also pro-life.

House 15 (Ward 8)

Mark Warden

Mark Warden

State Representative, House 15

Bio
Small business owner and entrepreneur. Served in the NH House 2011-2014. Long-time activist for small, accountable government, lower taxes, greater individual liberty.

Campaign Website
http://www.markwarden.com/

Donate Link
http://www.markwarden.com/page/contribute-campaign

Address:
71 Roseanne Lane

Phone:
603-391-2888

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
We must stop the tide of far-left, big-government takeover of government. The first line of defense is to elect Republicans who will serve in the House and fight to stop the all attempts to grow state agencies and restrict your freedoms.

House 15 (Ward 8)

Angel Brisson

Angel Brisson

State Representative, House 15

House 16 (Ward 9)

Victoria Sullivan

Victoria Sullivan

State Representative, House 16

Bio
I have served the community of Manchester as coach, a team mom, for 7 years as the director of the HGF Drama Club, as a selectman for ward 9, on the Heritage Commission, and am serving my 2nd term in the NH House of Representatives.

Campaign Website
https://VictoriaSullivan4nh.com

Donate Link
https://www.paypal.me/VictoriaSull

Address:
1056 S Beech St

Phone:
603-232-4382

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
Our Constitutional Rights are under attack. The 2nd Amendment is very important to me. We had to fight back several bills that would have restricted those rights. I believe in personal responsibility, limited government, and fiscal responsibility.

House 16 (Ward 9)

Tom Robert

Tom Robert

State Representative, House 16

House 17 (Ward 10)

Tammy Simmons

Tammy Simmons

State Representative, House 17

Bio

Two Term State Representative – Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee

I’m the office manager for long-time South Main St. small business, J&R Langley. A a former business owner, I know what it is like for businesses to struggle to make ends meet so they can profit and provide good paying jobs. I helped build Manchester’s Dog Park – with donations & volunteers, not tax dollars. I coordinated the collection of thousands of signatures for the Tax & Spending Cap. I am a member of the NRA and the NH Liberty Alliance.

I am a 20+ year Ward 10 homeowner where Dan and I live with Bailey the cat and our rescue dog, Jenny.

We enjoy kayaking, camping & hiking all across Manchester and our beautiful state.

Campaign Website
http://www.tammysimmons.org

Donate Link
http://www.tammysimmons.org/donate.html

Address:
166 Varney Street

Phone:
603-235-9998

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I believe that when it comes to government, less is more.

I look forward to returning to Concord to represent the people and businesses here in Ward 10 and work diligently to make NH an even greater place to live, work and raise a family.

House 17 (Ward 10)

Dan Garthwaite

Dan Garthwaite

State Representative, House 17

Address:
166 Varney St

Phone:
603-858-0376

Email:
[email protected]

House 18 (Ward 11)

Brittany Ping

Brittany Ping

State Representative, House 19

Bio
Brittany is currently the office manager for local small business, Ledgeview Commercial Partners,LLC. She has an MBA from SNHU and 7 years career experience in Human Resources. In her spare time, Brittany spends time with her husband, Matthew, and their two small children. She also enjoys spending time outdoors in the many parks, trails, rivers, lakes, and ocean beaches that NH offers.

Address:
408 Rimmon St. Manchester, NH 03102

Email:
[email protected]

House 18 (Ward 11)

Joshua Holmes

Joshua Holmes

State Representative, House 18

House 19 (Ward 12)

Dick Marston

Dick Marston

State Representative, House 19

Address:
25 English Village Rd. #304

Phone:
603-361-8192

Email:
[email protected]

House 19 (Ward 12)

Patrick Sweeney

Patrick Sweeney

State Representative, House 19

House 42 (Wards 1,2,3)

Phillip Harris

Phillip Harris

State Representative, House 42

Bio
1st Vice Chair of the Manchester Republican Committee 2015-2017
New Hampshire Republican Executive Board Member 2014-current
Voting Delegate to the New Hampshire Republican Convention 2014-current

Campaign Website
http://www.phillipharrisnh.com/

Donate Link
https://rally.org/phillipharrisnh

Address:
41 Manchester Street #9

Phone:
603-512-1589

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
As your voice in Concord, I will safeguard individual liberty and vote for small government on every issue, every time.

House 42 (Wards 1,2,3)

Joseph Lachance

Joseph Lachance

State Representative, House 42

Bio:
Hello, I am Joseph Lachance and I am running for New Hampshire State Representative from Hillsborough District #42 (Wards 1,2,3) and ask for your vote on November 6th. I am a former elected NH House of Representatives member from the 2015-2016 term and would like to continue to working hard for the people I represent. I am a lifelong resident of New Hampshire and up in the Hooksett/Manchester area. I graduated from Trinity High School in 1988 and enlisted in the United States Army. I attended basic training at Fort Benning in Georgia. Upon graduation from training, I was assigned to the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii as a Light Infantryman from 1989-1992. I hold a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University, and a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Hesser College. Work experience included US Army, US Postal Service, Part-time police officer for Bedford, NH for 10 years, and high school teacher at Memorial.

Address:
555 South Commercial Street #401 Manchester, NH 03101

Phone:
603-370-1767

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running for New Hampshire State Representative because I believe the New Hampshire advantage MUST be protected. I will support responsible improvements to our business tax structure and promote new incentives to bring new employers to NH.

House 43 (Wards 4,5,6)

Jason Hodgdon

Jason Hodgdon

State Representative, House 43

Address:
75 Ashland St. Manchester NH 03104

Phone:
603-714-0828

Email:
[email protected]

House 43 (Wards 4,5,6,7)

Ross Terrio

Ross Terrio

State Representative, House 43

Bio
I have an Associates Degree in Electronics, a Bachelors Degree in Pharmacy and a Juris Doctor (law degree). I am a former State Rep and I have served 3 terms on the Manchester School Board

Campaign Website
website

Address:
130 South Cypress Street Manchester, NH. 03103

Phone:
603-820-9064

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I want to make healthcare more affordable by using my experience as a hospital pharmacist. I oppose a sales and income tax. I support marijuana legalization.

House 43 (Wards 4,5,6,7)

Michael Garcia

Michael Garcia

State Representative, House 43

House 44 (Wards 8, 9, Litchfield)

Mark McLean

Mark McLean

State Representative, House 44

Campaign Website:
http://www.mcleanforstaterep.com/

Address:
43 Forest Hill Way, Manchester, NH 03109

Phone:
603-668-0076

Email:
[email protected]

 

House 44 (Wards 8, 9, Litchfield)

Mark Proulx

Mark Proulx

State Representative, House 44

House 45 (Wards 10, 11, 12)

Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez

State Representative, House 45

Address:
1630 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03105

Phone:
603-674-9696

Email:
[email protected]

 

House 45 (Wards 10, 11, 12)

Scott Eich

Scott Eich

State Representative, House 45

Hillsborough County Commissioner

Toni Pappas

Toni Pappas

Hillsborough County Commissioner

Biography:

I presently serve as Chair of the Hillsborough County Commission. I served three terms in the NH State Legislature and as a Delegate to the 1984 NH Constitutional Convention. I chaired the 1996 Manchester Charter Commission. I am presently Chair of the Manchester Highway Commission. I serve on many non-profit Boards such as Manchester Community Health Center, Manchester Historic Association, Manchester Rotary, and Network 4 Health. I am a Senior Account Executive at Business NH Magazine. I am a graduate of Rutgers University. I enjoy serving my community to the best of my ability.

Campaign Website:
https://www.tonipappas.com

Address:
432 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Phone:
603-582-9435

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I would like to continue delivering vital County services at the lowest possible cost to the taxpayer. A fiscal conservative, I will successfully administer a debt-free 96 million dollar budget which meets the needs of Hillsborough County citizens.

Hillsborough County Attorney

Dennis Hogan

Dennis Hogan

Hillsborough County Attorney

Biography:

First elected County Attorney in 2010 with 53% of the vote in a three way race. Ward 2 in Nashua elected Dennis as Delegate to N.H.’s 17th and last Constitutional Convention in 1984. He also represented Ward 2 in the N.H. Legislature after the 1984 election. In both races Dennis was the candidate who received the most votes. In a city wide race, Nashua elected Dennis to the Board of Education in 2005 with more votes than anyone on the ballot that day.
Dennis started his formal education in 1970 at St. Christopher’s Elementary. Dennis attended Nashua Catholic Regional Junior High School. Dennis played on the basketball and baseball teams and ran track. Dennis graduated from Nashua High School in 1982. Graduated University of New Hampshire in Durham and received a B.A. in Political Science in 1986. Dennis received a JD (law degree) and LLM from UNH Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) in 2002.

Campaign Website:
http://hoganforcountyattorney.com

Donate Link:
http://hoganforcountyattorney.com/donate.html

Address:
379 Amherst Street, Suite 116, Nashua NH

Phone:
603-886-870

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
Continue the record of excellence by voting for Hogan. You trust Hogan to keep politics out of the prosecution office. In the 6 years Hogan has served, hiring has been base only on talent and prosecution of criminal complaints only on facts & law.

Register of Deeds

Edward Sapienza

Edward Sapienza

Hillsborough County Register of Deeds

Bio
Born and raised in Manchester, Army veteran, working-class guy.

 

Address:
59 Memorial dr Manchester NH 03103

Phone:
603-391-8038

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
With my background in real estate, I feel I can handle the duties and responsibilities that with the office of Hillsborough County Register of Deeds.

County Treasurer

David G. Fredette

David G. Fredette

Hillsborough County Treasurer

Campaign Website:
www.davidfredette.com

Address:
4 Henry David Dr. #408, Nashua NH, 03062

Email:
[email protected]

Message:
I am running for re-election to continue my service to Hillsborough County after serving for 12 years non-consecutively. The county treasurer is responsible for all funds held by the county. This amount can be as high as $60 to $75 million in the beginning of the calendar year. I will continue to make certain that the County’s money is fully protected. I have been able to return $1.5 million over these many years above what was budgeted and will continue to return interest earnings back to the county annually. The investments of funds are extremely important, which consists of the establishment and maintaining of a comprehensive investment policy that includes building solid and strong banking relations within our community. I will continue to make certain that the County’s money is fully protected. In order to attain this protection, I will continue to follow all rules and laws pertaining to this very important protection of taxpayer’s funds.

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