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Karlyn Borysenko

Running for: NH Governor

Awaiting response to our 2022 State Candidate Survey

Position on Issues

Candidate's Website, 2022

"I was one of the leading advocates for the state passing the divisive concepts bill in 2021, which prevents teachers from teaching overtly racist concepts in public schools.

"However, the bill is flawed. Before it was passed, Chris Sununu watered it down, diminishing it’s impact.

"Not only will I fix what Chris Sununu broke when he sided with Democrats, I will also sign the parental rights bill he refused to."

Candidate's Website, 2022

"More than 2/3rds of our property taxes go towards funding the public schools. I want them to earn that money.

"I will work with the legislature to make paying the property tax optional. If people believe the schools are doing a good job and want to fund the public schools, they will be welcome to do so.

"But if they do not believe the government should run schools, they won’t have to fund it any longer."

Candidate's Website, 2022

"Government schools are not educating your kids. Only 36% of them graduate knowing how to read. One-third graduate knowing how to write. And only 26% graduate knowing how to do math.

"Our kids deserve better. My ultimate goal is to create an environment in New Hampshire that removes the state from education by changing culture, not by using force.

"As Governor, I will provide resources, alternatives and incentives to parents to allow them to make the very best decision for their kids."

Candidate's Website, 2022

"I believe abortion is one of the hardest decisions a woman should ever make. And, as a woman who has been raped, I deeply understand how important it is to protect choice for everyone.

"However, I’m also not in favor of using abortion as birth control or in late-term or post-birth abortions.

"I believe the current state law regarding abortion makes choice available to women, while allowing us to maintain our humanity."

Candidate's Website, 2022

"There is no longer a question regarding the healing properties of marijuana and psychedelics – individuals all over the world have experienced tremendous personal benefits from these substances.

"Particularly when anyone can drive over the border to go to Massachusetts (something we should never be encouraging) to go to a legal dispensary, there is no reason restrict access in this state.

"It’s time to make legalization happen."

Candidate's Website, 2022

"There is no longer a question regarding the healing properties of marijuana and psychedelics – individuals all over the world have experienced tremendous personal benefits from these substances.

"Particularly when anyone can drive over the border to go to Massachusetts (something we should never be encouraging) to go to a legal dispensary, there is no reason restrict access in this state.

"It’s time to make legalization happen."

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2022

Should NH add a broad-based sales tax?

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