Dr. Sherman recalls that his lifelong commitment to service was spawned early. Starting in 1968, his mother Jean designed and directed a program through their church called Person-Person, providing outreach to those in need in the local community. Tom helped his parents at swimming programs and delivering holiday food and presents to families in neighboring towns, leaving an indelible impression that one person can make a positive difference in the lives of others
“I will place my constituents and the interest of the Granite State first, bringing to the Senate results-driven leadership that focuses
on strategic solving for New Hampshire’s most critical and complex issues”
Once again, New Hampshire is first in the nation... this time on drinking water safety!
The health of our community has always been my highest priority and I’m thrilled to see this bill now going to the Governor for his signature.
The @NHHouseofReps concurred w/ the
Senate recommendation of OTP/A on HB 1264, a bipartisan clean water bill addressing PFAS contamination & drinking water safety, 210-116. After the vote @TomShermanNH, @SenDavidWatters, and @shannonchandley issued these statements #nhpolitics https://t.co/4ObtG3q80B
Thanks Senator for so clearly outlining the way forward on net metering. SB 159 equals clean energy, empowering municipalities (literally) and expanding jobs and our economy! The House needs to do the right thing to move this forward! #nhpolitics https://t.co/2fYiTe3iTm