Thank you Milton, Rochester Ward 5, and Milton Mills voters for choosing me to be your state representative. I promise to work to help people in this district live better lives, free of the intrusion of bureaucrats and busy-bodies. Feel free to call if you have any concerns, leave a voice mail if I don’t answer.

Hello, I’m Michael Granger. The world is getting more expensive. I am running for State Rep to make your life more affordable.

  • Eliminate the gas tax so we can all save money at the pump
  • Eliminate agricultural licensing requirements, support food freedom to reduce grocery bills
  • Eliminate vehicle inspections to save money every year
  • Eliminate licensed butcher requirements for farm-fresh meat to reduce the cost of meat
  • Support nuclear power to reduce your electricity bill
  • Support limits on property taxes to save you money every year
  • Reduce taxes to make life more affordable for all

In these tough economic times, families are tightening their belts. It’s time for government to do the same.

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What is a Roll Call Vote?

There are 3 main types of votes in the State House. A “Voice Vote” is when everyone just says “Aye” or “Nay”, and is the default.
A “Division” vote is when we press a green or red button at our seats on the motion. This records the final tally, but does not record who voted for what. It only shows how many “Ayes” and how many “Nays” there were.
A “Roll Call Vote”, however, records not just the total number of “Ayes” and “Nays”, but it also records who voted “Aye” and who voted “Nay”. This is important because it allows the NH voter to see exactly what their representatives voted on and how they voted. In 2024, I requested more Roll Call Votes than any other legislator in Concord, and I don’t plan to stop once the 2025 term starts. If you want to ensure that people can look up how representatives voted, vote for me, because I roll-call a lot of votes and will continue to do so. If no one requests a Roll Call Vote, then representatives can vote without worrying that their constituents will ever find out.