Lifelong Republican Mark J. Kilbane is contemplating a run for U.S. Congressional Representative in New Hampshire’s Second District.
The fiercely individualistic New Hampshire spirit enshrined in the state license-plate motto “Live Free or Die” has been quashed by the divisive identity politics propounded by campus professors and parroted by mainstream media.
Electing Mark will return a voice to those who believe in the value of the family, less government and taxation, and the right to bear arms. A vehicle for those who who reject vitriol and toxic ideologies—a voice for those are optimistic about New Hampshire and the United States.
$Billions 4 Vets
The United States appropriated billions in aid for Ukraine in its struggle against naked aggression. When elected, I will introduce legislation offering appropriations for America’s veterans.
Despite scandal after scandal, care at VA centers remains appalling:
- Statistics show 16 VA medical centers had emergency waiting-room times longer than 6.5 hours and only 2 of 115 had waiting times similar to non-VA hospitals.
- 40,000 veterans remain homeless and vets face soaring suicide rates. We need shelters and public-private partnerships to get these talented vets off the streets and reintegrated into society.
“Nearly every VA performed worse than other medical providers on industry-standard patient satisfaction surveys.” –USA Today
Mark has 25 years of experience in business, government, the military, and intergovernmental organizations. He is the owner of a New Hampshire finance company and has worked in Washington, DC, law firms, and as a strategic advisor on macroeconomic stabilization. With NATO, Mark worked for Allied Land Command in operations. Mark is a lifelong leader from junior high president to Army captain to forming a film company. He has kept a finger in the arts as a film actor. Mark was educated at Western Illinois University, The U.S. Naval War College (Highest Distinction), and has a mid-career Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Oxford.