Jim Ravan for NH


Reducing Economic Pressures

The Board of Aldermen can start to ease the stress of Nashuans by exploring ways to reduce property taxes and incentivize responsible residential development.


Supporting Nashua's Workers

We need to take care of those who take care of us; Nashua’s fire fighters, police officers, and teachers must be fairly and equitably for compensated for their work.

Building and Maintaining Community

Investing in public infrastructure — from our schools to our roads to our libraries — is key to ensuring Nashua is a great place to live and work. Fostering community also requires us to show compassion for and talk with our neighbors, regardless of their race, sex, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or political leanings.