Reelect Travis Corcoran for State Rep


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The race

I’m running for state rep in Hillsborough-28 (Weare, NH).

My priorities

  • small government
  • low taxes
  • ethical, responsive government

Help me win

I’m running a lean campaign with zero waste. If you can give even a few dollars to help me fight big, corrupt government, please click here!

Who I am

I am a life-long defender of small government and small budgets.

I’ve lived in Weare for ten and a half years. During that time I’ve voted every election cycle for small budgets, limited government, and fiscal responsibility. I served on the town finance committee where I fought every tax increase. I’ve attended annual town meetings and questioned officials on dubious figures and called them out on tricks they tried to use to slip in big spending. I’ve used FOIA / RSA 91-A requests to expose corruption, wasteful spending, and collusion.

As your state rep for Weare, I bring that same energy to the New Hampshire state house. The state government has more than enough money, and it needs to do what every household does – live within its budget.

My first term

I served in the NH statehouse from 2022-2024, representing Hillsborough-44 (Weare and Goffstown).

During that time I introduced bills to

  • End the tax on self-employed people (carpenters, plumbers, landscapers, engineers)  2023 HB 288 relative to taxation of sole proprietorship businesses.
  • Encourage families and children by lowering the regulatory burden on parents 2023 HB 386  relative to child passenger restraints and 2023 HB 399 allowing for a testing exception for graduation from high school and 2024 HB 1402 establishing a procedure for a high school proficiency exam waiver of mandatory school attendance.
  • Require competence of town officials 2023 HB636 relative to required education for zoning board of adjustment members and 2023 HB 416 relative to membership on certain local land use boards and 2023 HB 292 establishing a criminal penalty for theft by a public servant.
  • Require transparency from state government 2023 HB 551  relative to department of children, youth, and families tracking and publishing statistics and 2024 HB1436 relative to requiring institutions of higher education to maintain certain statistical information on their website.
  • Fight back against Democrats and Progressives using government to practice racial discrimination 2024 HB 1690 relative to hiring, promotion, graduation, or admission in higher education.

I also voted consistently for small government, low taxes, individual freedom, and for families, earning an A+ rating from New Hampshire Liberty Alliance in 2023 and 2024.

Showing up

In our closely balanced statehouse, many battles are won or lost by just one or two votes. It’s important to vote for reps – like me – who have a perfect attendance record. Showing up is 90% of the battle!

My next term

If I am reelected, I will work with the Republican and libertarian majority to continue to keep taxes low, defend individual freedoms, vote to extend Educational Freedom Accounts to all NH families, and introduce more bills to increase government transparency.

Help me win

I’m running a lean campaign with zero waste. If you can give even a few dollars to help me fight big, corrupt government, please click here!

Outside of politics

I live on a small farm in Weare with my wife.

When I’m not fighting against tax increases and corrupt town officials, I’m usually welding broken tractor implements, machining replacement parts, improving my pastures, or dropping trees and stacking firewood.

One last time: help me win

I’m running a lean campaign with zero waste. If you can give even a few dollars to help me fight big, corrupt government, please click here!