Having grown up in Darien, Connecticut, 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”
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Started off my morning with a quick swim in Seabrook at 6:30 am with Chucky from Chucky’s Fight.
Community activists like him are on the front lines of the opioid crisis and need leaders in Concord to have their back.
I always will. #nhpolitics https://t.co/du0VCoVjAE