Joe Kenney for Executive Council
Joe Kenney for Executive Council
Joe Kenney For Executive Council Joe Kenney For Executive Council  

About Joe

  • 30 + years in the Marine Corps
  • LTCol. Kenney is an Afghanistan and Iraq Veteran
  • State Senator District 3 2002-2008
  • State Representative 1994-2002
  • Former Chairman of the Wakefield Board of Selectman
  • UNH Graduate
  • Married 2 Children

 

 

Joe grew up one of five kids in Wakefield, NH. He's a small town boy who helped make his community better. He and his wife are raising their two kids in the small town where Joe grew up.


Helping out the family, Joe picked blueberries to pay for his clothes. He's proud to say he was a pot washer which allowed him to go to camp. His parents owned a resturant and later an auction business. Joe worked at both.


Like many kids, Joe walked miles to school so he could play on the basketball team.


Joe earned everything he achieved as a LtCol in the Marine Corps (Mustang), War Veteranm State Senator and a UNH graduate. 

 


NO NORTHERN PASS!  NO WIND TURBINES!

 

While in the legislature Joe supported liberty and the constitution

 

Joe chaired many committees and has experience in the Senate with Transportation and Infrastructure issues.

 

Known for working well with agencies and department heads;Kenney used that to bring a new company from Maine to his district and created jobs (loftware moved as a direct result of Joe's involvement and networking with economic development agencies)

 

Kenney has respect from Statewide leaders and has a great record of response from them when it came to helping his constituents. They are aware of his deep knowledge of State Government.

 

"A" Rating with the NRA

 

Pro Life

 

Watchdog on Spending

 

Republican Nominee for Governor 2008

 

Joe passed many laws to help the people of his district and helped stop many laws that would impose upon the people of his district.

 

 

 

About Joe Kenney:

 

30+ Year Marine Col.Kenney served in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 

14 Years in the New Hampshire Legislature.

 

State Senator from District Three.

 

Wakefield Selectman.

 

Married with two children.

 

Bio:
Joe grew up one of five kids in Wakefield, NH. He's a small town boy who helped make his community better. He and his wife are raising their two kids in the small town where Joe grew up.
Helping out the family, Joe picked blueberries to pay for his clothes. He's proud to say he was a pot washer which allowed him to go to camp. His parents owned a resturant and later an auction business. Joe worked at both. Like many kids, Joe walked miles to school so he could play on the basketball team. Joe earned everything he achieved as a LtCol in the Marine Corps (Mustang), War Veteranm State Senator and a UNH graduate. 

 

 

About the Executive Council:

 

 

New Hampshire has long been known for its local politics and citizen participation. All state business, as ordered and ordained by the Legislature, is voted in public, and no other state enjoys such and open process between its Executive Department and its citizens. The New Hampshire Executive Council was created to ensure that our state maintained its fundamental principals of low taxes, limited government and local control.

 

 

The Governor and Executive Council combine to form the most accountable executive branch of government in the nation. The Council's primary function has always been to ensure a check and balance on the executive powers granted to the Governor. It has the authority and responsibility, together with the Governor, over the management and administration of the affairs of the State.

 

 

As watchdogs of the state treasury, the Council approves all state expenditures and contracts greater than $10,000 in value.

 

 

The Council appoints and confirms over 300 state employees including Court Justices, Military Officers, Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners.

 

 

The Council conducts management and oversight of the state's 10-Year Highway Plan.

 

 

Most importantly, Executive Councilors are the constituent's eyes and ears in Concord. They are the conduit which the people use to make their voices heard in the Governor's office. The five Executive Councilors are elected from their individual districts from around the state and serve two-year terms, the same as all elected state officials in New Hampshire. We must make sure that the voices of the families, business owners, and town officials are heard at the executive level.


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