"I am not guided by a rigid libertarian ideology, but rather common sense and NH pragmatism. I did not move here as a member of the Free State Project with 1000's of others to get involved in politics and change NH into a libertarian state. I support public education, UNH, collective bargaining, women's access to birth control, mandatory lunch breaks, the minimum wage, compulsory education, the 18 year-old dropout age, kindergarten, NH law enforcement, limits on title loan/payday loan usury rates, licensing for hairdressers etc, and laws that protect minorities from discrimination on any grounds. When these issues were up for vote, my opponent Mark Warden voted against them. I do not support guns in classrooms or the state house, Right-to-Work, nullification, public money for private schools, loosened weapon restrictions for convicted felons, or eliminating NH marriages and replacing them with domestic unions. Mr. Warden voted in favor of all of these things."
Source: Citizens Count Issue Survey 2012