ABOUT JANE CORMIER
Deciding to jump onto the proverbial political stage in 2011, Jane enjoyed a substantial victory in Belknap District 8 (communities of Alton, Barnstead, and Gilmanton) and was voted into the 2012 - 2014 NH House of Representatives with over 70% of the vote. Since then, Jane has worked tirelessly, educating communities throughout NH on issues of local control, private property rights, and education reform. Jane was also most recently President of New Hampshire Right to Life from 2015 - 2018.
While a member of the NH House of Representatives, Jane's voting record clearly delineated her stance on small government and business-friendly legislation. She has received "A" scores with Americans For Prosperity; NH House Republican Alliance; NH Families for Education; NH Federation of Independent Business; The National Rifle Association (NRA); and Jane has also demonstrated her fight against growing taxes and government with her conservative voting record.
Jane has decided to run for the District 4 Executive Council which comprises the communities of Loudon, Bedford, Goffstown, Nottingham, Pittsfield, Manchester, Northwood, Auburn, Bow, Barrington, Candia, Chichester, Epsom, Deerfield, Hooksett, Londonderry, and Allenstown.
Why vote for Jane Cormier for Executive Council?
Considering herself a true Constitutional Conservative, Jane believes funding our state should include fiscal oversight to ensure taxpayer monies are being conservatively and well-spent without waste.
Executive Council duties include conducting all major executive branch business with approval of all state departments and agencies, of both receipt and expenditures of state and federal funds, budgetary transfers within the department, all personal service contracts with a value of $10,000 and all contracts with a value of $25,000.
The Executive Council approves the spending of a major portion of the approximately 5.2 billion dollars that is appropriated annually by the legislature.
Executive Councilors serve as watchdogs of the state treasury to ensure state departments do not spend more than was authorized by the legislature, nor allocate funds for items or services which the legislature has not sanctioned.
The Executive Council approves the appointments of Judges, Commissioners, Notary Public, Justice of Peace, Commissioners of Deeds and hears Pardon Requests and make certain that those appointed to the executive branch of state government, whether Commissioners, Department heads or citizen