Welcome to my website and
thanks for visiting.
My name is Kevin
Reichard and I’m running for State Representative. We
need to return New Hampshire back to the low tax, pro-business and
pro-family state it used to be. I think it’s time to throw out all of the
tax and spend incumbents and put in legislators who will put a stop to this
irresponsible behavior. As a 25 year resident of Derry I’m astonished at
how fast our liberties have eroded in our State. Although I have no current
experience as a state representative I feel I can carry on the duties with
professionalism, honesty and with trustfulness.
I promise to never vote for increase in
taxes, fees or legislation that infringe on your constitutional rights. I
will never vote for an unbalanced budget or for legislation that does not
support the family. Please visit my
Issues page for more information on
areas of concern.
We need to stand up to the progressive liberal agenda of
both the State and Federal governments, which in my opinion is destroying our
great nation. I ask for your vote on November 2nd.
Who is Kevin Reichard?
I’m a 50 year old 25 year resident of Derry and I live at xxxstreet-addrrxxx. I’ve
been married 26 years and have three grown children. My oldest son is
currently serving in the Navy and is assigned to the USS Pittsburg a Los
Angles class submarine. My second son just graduated 2010 from NYU where he
majored in film. My daughter is in her 3rd year undergraduate
studies at Cornell University and is working towards becoming a
B.A. Thomas More College, Merrimack, NH
Science, Hesser College, Manchester, NH
Employed 29 yrs
Test Engineer Assistant, Benchmark Electronics, Nashua, NH
Matthew’s Parish, Windham NH.
Empowering the individual not the government will bring about
growth and entrepreneur investing in our state. I believe the State is
imposing too many regulations on businesses and it is spending and borrowing
too much which is causing just the opposite to occur.
Going into debt by borrowing money to pay for irresponsible spending has
done 2 things: more borrowing and more spending.
Most jobs created by small and big businesses are for-profit whereas
government jobs are mostly created for regulation enforcement, case in point
When people become dependent on government they become enslaved by it.
“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain
-- Thomas Jefferson
"A wise and
frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits
of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the
bread it has earned - this is the sum of good government.”
-- Thomas Jefferson