As State Senator

Born and raised in Manchester, June Trisciani couldn’t imagine settling down anywhere else. She brings common sense and a bipartisan approach to problem-solving to the Manchester Board of Alderman and shows by example that you get more done with respect than with extreme tribal politics. June will leverage her experience as an educator, tech company executive and small business owner to do what is right for New Hampshire!

Build a strong economy
Protect reproductive freedom
Invest in public education
Fight for real property tax relief
Support workers’ rights
Keep our communities safe by supporting first responders

Strengthening our Economy

New Hampshire has much to offer and I will support legislation that provides economic opportunity, quality jobs, workforce training and an increase to the minimum wage. We need to work together to create good paying jobs while creating policies that help NH recruit and retain workers. We must create an environment to keep young families living and create opportunities that help them stay in New Hampshire. 


The people of New Hampshire, not the government, should have the final say when making healthcare decisions, especially when it comes to sensitive topics like reproductive healthcare and abortion. Rather than passing extremely restrictive laws, we must focus on helping children and families with legislation that decreases prescription drug costs and insulin, expands options for affordable healthcare and expands access to mental health services.

Property Taxes

Working families across the state are feeling the strain of increases in local property taxes.  We must provide long-term, sustainable solutions for funding public education and other essential state services while providing relief to local property taxpayers.

Public Education

As a former educator, I understand the importance of public/equal education for all of our children. It has been proven time and time again that our school funding model is broken and the continued push to dismantle public education has to stop. I strongly oppose the voucher program in its current form and will fight to end this attack on our public schools.


From the seacoast to the mountains with many lakes and forests in between, New Hampshire has so much nature to enjoy. We must promote renewable energy sources and energy efficiency programs to lower energy costs, provide good paying local jobs, and preserve our environment for future generations.

Affordable Housing

New Hampshire’s workforce is aging and we must remain competitive to attract younger workers. Today, may young families and older adults cannot afford to live in our state. We must find ways to fund affordable housing projects throughout the state to support our families and meet the state’s workforce needs.

Paid for by Friends of June, Jeffrey Rogers, Fiscal Agent
129 Magnolia Road Manchester NH 03104