Kuster for House Rep.

kusterNEW HAMPSHIRE- Democrat Ann McLane Kuster was elected to the House of Representatives District 2 after results were collected from last night's election.


Kuster ran against Republican Marilinda Garcia for the seat.

Kuster began her political career back in 2013, when she was elected into the United States Congress as a Representative for District 2 in New Hampshire. She was the first woman to represent the district in Congress.

After being elected into office, she has also served as a member of the House Committee on Veteran's Affairs, the House Committee on Agriculture, and the House Small Business Committee.

Throughout her career path, Kuster has put a lot of her efforts into increasing access to affordable health care. She's also played a huge part in numerous health and education policy issues. Her biggest role led her to create the Medication Bridge Program, which gives free medication to low-income families.

Kuster also plays a big part in focusing on higher education for families. She created the UNIQUE College Savings Program, where it helps families save money in order to help their children attend college.

She's also the founder of the Women's Fund of New Hampshire.

As she is elected, she plans on focusing more on what she believes are hot button topics. She plans to continue investing in education, improving the health care, create more jobs in the economy, and strengthen bipartisan cooperation.