Lou D’Allesandro’s Record
Incumbent Democrat Senator Lou D’Allesandro’s lost touch with Manchester’s residents during his 24 years in the NH Senate.
Take for example, his radical votes on energy. In the last four years, D’Allesandro’s cast multiple votes that would have hiked our electric rates by more than an estimated $300 million per year! And that’s on the costs that could be calculated! Even worse, those votes would have made our power grid unreliable. Higher costs, less electricity, less reliability. That’s Lou D’Allesandro’s radical record. Lou is NOT for you!
Republican Rich Girard has a plan to increase power supply and reduce electricity costs. He’ll bring common sense back to Concord!
Crime. It’s spiked in Manchester. There’s no denying it. What has 12 term Democrat state Senator Lou D’Allesandro done to fight it?
- Voted FOR the current “catch and release” bail reform that puts criminals back on the street on “cashless bail” before police even finish their arrest report! Sadly, this has led to several violent, even deadly crimes in our city. (Catch and Release Bail: SB 556-FN 2018 session. Voice vote 6-6-18)
- Voted AGAINST increasing penalties for REPEAT peeping-Toms (Peeping Toms: SB 89, Vote #44, 3-17-19)
- Voted AGAINST fully funding the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (Internet Crimes: HB 2, Vote 198, 6-6-19)
- Voted FOR requiring police to publicly announce immigration checkpoints in advance (Immigration checkpoints: HB 579, Vote 86, 4-14-22)
- Voted AGAINST requiring voters be US Citizens and legal permanent residents of NH (US citizenship and NH domicile to vote: CACR 36, Vote 48, 3-17-22)
- Voted FOR cracking down on unlicensed lemonade stands run by children in front of their own home. (Yeah, you read that right!! HB 183, Vote 356, 5-6-21)
Lou also voted:
- AGAINST the Parental Bill of Rights: HB1431, Votes 113 & 114, 4-28-22
- AGAINST school choice for underserved, low and moderate-income families: HB2 Vote 200,6-6-19; SB237 Vote 30, 2-16-22; SB342 Vote 32, 2-16-22; HB 1627, Vote 88 4-21-22; SB 130, Votes 157, 158, 159, 161, 162, 165, 3-18-21
- AGAINST requiring people be US citizens and Legal NH residents to vote: CACR36, Vote 48, 3-17-22
- AGAINST local property tax caps: SB52, Vote 171, 3-18-21
- AGAINST life-saving medical treatment for babies that survive an abortion: SB486. Vote 34, 3-11-20; SB 741, Vote 30, 2-13-20; HB 233, Vote 394, 5-27-21
- AGAINST creating a secure psychiatric hospital: HB726, Votes 126 & 128, 4-11-19; HB534, vote 129, 4-11-19
- AGAINST implementing a ban on sanctuary cities in NH: SB317, Vote 74, 3-14-19
- AGAINST implementing the 10-year Mental Health Plan, SB11, Vote 5, 1-31-19
- AGAINST verifying voter identity and using DMV change of address data to notify communities a voter moved: HB285, Vote 383, 5-13-21
- FOR regulations that will make electricity even more expensive: See above from Electricity Rate mailer
- FOR higher business taxes: SB135, Vote 78, 3-14-19; SB301, Vote 80, 3-14-19, SB223, Vote 9, 1-8-20, Vote 14, 1-30-20
- FOR an income tax and taxes on personal savings: (Income tax) SB1, Vote 21, 2-14-19, HB2, Vote 195, 6-6-19; HB712, Votes 49, 50 & 51, 3-12-20; (taxes on personal savings) SB191m /Vote 47 3-17-19, HB2 Multiple votes on 6-3-21
- FOR licensing children’s sidewalk lemonade stands HB 183, Vote 356, 5-6-21
- FOR giving testing companies, personal, identifying student data: HB194, Vote 294, 4-8-21
- FOR mask and vaccine mandates: HB1495, Vote 93, 4-21-22, HB1455, Vote 146, 5-5-22; HB1080 Vote 137, 5-5-22; HB1495, Vote 93, 4-21-22; HB220, Votes 391 & 392, 5-27-21;
- FOR using CRT to teach one race or gender is inherently superior or inferior to anotherin our schools and government offices: SB298, Vote 46, 2-24-22, HB2 6-13-21
- FOR “catch and release” bail: SB 556-FN, Voice vote 6-6-18
- FOR unrestricted, taxpayer funded abortion up until the moment of birth: SB399 Votes 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 2-2-22, SB436, Vote 28, 2-3-22, HB2 6-6-19
- FOR making illegal alien checkpoints public in advance so they can be avoided: HB579, Vote 86, 4-14-22