Your Independent Voice for NH Governor
I admit it....I am NOT a politician. So what makes me qualified to be your next Governor?
Currently, I am a training project manager. What does this mean? It means that people have a problem in business and they tell me what it is. First, I do analysis on the problem to determine, with a group of experts in the subject, what the solution is. I draw up a plan to educate people on the best solution using the information that the experts give me. Then I find people who can develop that education, support the solution to the issue once the people are educated in it, and I make sure all of it complies with current laws, regulations, policies, and ethics. Then I make a plan with a deadline of how long each step in the process should take to implement and have meetings with all of those people involved to make sure things stay on track and everyone is informed of the status. I keep track of all documentation and push people to accomplish what they said they would accomplish and assist by doing reviews, mediation between parties, when someone hits a road block I find someone who can help them. Then I make sure the implementation of the solution is accessible to those who need it and work with people who can track success rates to make sure that implantation was successful. It doesn't end there though! Follow up is important! Was the solution the right one? Did it solve the problem? If not, re-analysis is required and the process may start all over again....
What will the Governor's job be?
She works with a panel (The Executive Council), mediating issues that arise in the state house. She finds out what her clients (the People of New Hampshire) want and need and then help to find compromise to solve issues. Her job will be to make sure those solutions work. Getting people to work together to analyze and solve the problems that face our state without causing new problems and to do it in the interest in the people she serves, not special interest parties.
Sound familiar? Except I do it without saying "I could have done it if those darn Democrates/Republicans didn't get in the way!" As an Independent, I represent all of New Hampshire. I don't tie myself to a party because here in New Hampshire free will and dedication to principles says more than hiding behind someone else's banner.