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Unlike Joe Biden, President Donald J. Trump fought to protect New Hampshire’s First-in-the-Nation primary.

Joe Biden’s failed leadership has caused utility rates to skyrocket in the Granite State. President Trump’s America First energy policies resulted in low energy costs for New Hampshire families.

President Trump’s tax cuts, deregulation, and pro-growth policies created thousands of jobs in New Hampshire and strengthened the Granite State’s economy.

President Trump oversaw record low unemployment for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, and women. Unemployment in New Hampshire remained below 3% for the first three years of President Trump’s Administration.

President Trump’s historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act provided record-setting tax relief for the middle class, doubled the child tax credit, and slashed job-killing regulations. As a result, real median household income in New Hampshire rose by $5,993 from 2016 to 2019.

President Trump replaced the job-killing NAFTA deal with the historic USMCA trade agreement that contributed to an economic boom. In New Hampshire, 5,100 manufacturing and construction jobs were added to the economy under President Trump.

President Trump rebuilt our military and projected strength to our enemies and security to our allies. President Trump signed defense bills providing over $25 million to support New Hampshire’s Army National Guard.

President Trump signed the VA Mission Act which improved access to timely, quality health care for New Hampshire’s veterans.

President Trump made fighting drug addiction a top priority of his Administration, declaring the opioid epidemic a Nationwide Public Health Emergency.

President Donald J. Trump marshalled the full power of government to secure our border and stop deadly drugs, opioids, and fentanyl from coming into our country.

President Trump secured $6 billion in new funding to address the opioid crisis and in 2018 worked with Congress to pass the SUPPORT Act, the single largest legislative package addressing a single drug crisis in history.

Drug overdose deaths in New Hampshire decreased by 15% during President Trump's term in office, according to the CDC.

From 2017 to 2020 real median household income in New Hampshire increased by $9,454, the highest level on record.