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Becky Whitley is a lawyer and a progressive leader in the state Senate. She successfully passed bills to expand legal protections for parents and young children. When she announced her campaign on Facebook she posted, "They say when you want something done right, ask a busy person. I say, ask a busy mom. That’s what I am. I’m running for Congress to cut through the chaos and actually get results for women, children, and hard-working Granite State families."

Position on Issues

Candidate's Website, 2024

"I'm running for Congress to lower costs for families and to fight for comprehensive and equitable reproductive health care for all Americans, including abortion care and access to IVF for all types of families who want to welcome a child, miscarriage care, birth control, and robust maternal health care, because everyone deserves to have a safe, dignified pregnancy and birth if they choose."

Candidate's Website, 2024

"I'm running for Congress to lower costs for families and to fight for comprehensive and equitable reproductive health care for all Americans, including abortion care and access to IVF for all types of families who want to welcome a child, miscarriage care, birth control, and robust maternal health care, because everyone deserves to have a safe, dignified pregnancy and birth if they choose."

Candidate's Twitter Feed, 2023

"Setting up a responsible, regulated adult-use market for cannabis will recapture $$$ currently going to our neighboring states AND it’s what Granite Staters want."

Other, 2021

Whitley wrote in a joint op-ed, "Another key part of this plan is extending the American Rescue Plan’s Child Tax Credit (CTC) to $3,000 per child 6-years old and above and $3,600 per child under 6. This will benefit 221,000 Granite State Kids — including 33,000 children of color. When passed, this proposal is estimated to reduce child poverty in New Hampshire by 39 percent. This would be extraordinarily meaningful to so many families, our economy, and our state."

Candidate's Twitter Feed, 2024

"This #InternationalWomensDay we can't ignore bills coming before the NH legislature seeking to limit women's rights - like HB 198 which would ban transgender girls from participating in high school & college sports (hearing 3/9 at 1:30)."

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