State Sen. Joe Kenney released his 5-point energy plan for New Hampshire today. I’ll make you check out the link to see the entire plan (it’s short, don’t worry), but here is my favorite part of his plan:
A fourth point, that he deemed essential to making sure residents make it through the winter months, was to create an energy emergency fund fueled by businesses and non-profits.
“It will address how we’re going to get through the winter months,” said Kenney.
Kenney said the fund will emphasize the role of first responders and community leaders in recognizing residents most in need of help during these difficult times.
The citizens of New Hampshire are known for what Grover Norquist would call their “Leave Me Alone” outlook on government. However, in the past few election cycles, we have seen the people of New Hampshire reject the Republican Party. Joe Kenney’s candidacy presents an excellent opportunity to help turn New Hampshire back to the path to more limited government. This highlighted part of State Sen. Kenney’s plan shows that when people face hard times, there are usually better solutions to the problem than more government intrusion into their lives.
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