Catching Up with Annie
Last week on Capitol Hill, I had an amazing discussion with four remarkable and courageous young women: Chessy Prout, Delaney Henderson, Julia Dixon, and Angela Rose. Each of us has a different life story, but one thing we all share is that we are survivors of sexual assault.
Today, we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of America’s great leaders.
Winter is beautiful here in New Hampshire, and despite the cold, it is absolutely one of my favorite seasons. The holidays are an important time for personal reflection. Each year we face challenges and opportunities, and as we look forward to the promise of the New Year, we can all aspire to build on what we have learned in the past.
I wanted to let you all know that my office is launching an online lottery system for Granite Staters interested in attending the Inauguration in Washington, D.C.
To enter the online lottery system, Granite Staters should visit https://kuster.house.gov/serving-you/2017-presidential-inauguration-ticketsand complete the online form.
Thanksgiving has always been an important
holiday in my family. Here we are in 1960, honoring
our McLane Scottish heritage in Manchester, NH.
It is wonderful traveling across our state and meeting with constituents like you. Here is an update on some of the important work I’ve been doing on your behalf:
NSA Industries to expand, bring jobs to the North Country