Suspended Campaign - Not Over Yet
It was 15 years ago that I lost my first born child. When I complained that there was something wrong, doctor's told me it was "All in my head" that I needed "to get over it". When I asked the NH Bar Association to help me they told me that this was not malpractice, even if they had listened to me earlier the doctors could have saved the life of my child, that it was just bad bedside manner.
During my time campaigning I heard from many other citizens who had similar experiences where they were not listened to and innocent children suffered because of it. I am not campaigning for myself. I cannot bring my daughter back and I live with my loss each year and that burden is mine alone now. However, there are many people who can still use a government that stands up for them.
I apologize to all who counted on me standing up for them that I did not make it onto the ballot for 2016. I have not forgotten you and I will not give up on you if you can try to not give up on me. I will be working on helping people in every way that I can throughout the following months until I am able to get on the ballot for the next election.
Please help me to bring awareness to the needs of the people of this state. Their need for true equality, their need for an economy that supports them, their need for housing they can afford, and government officials that listen to the people - the ones who voted for them...I will always fight for these things for the people of New Hampshire.
Join me in that fight.
Help us by volunteering for our campaign....we need volunteers to help us spread the word and help Jilletta to meet as many people through the next year as possible so that when 2018 comes we can get on that ballot.