Sen. Bradley files for reelection
CONCORD – Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro, filed his papers for reelection Wednesday.
The two-term District 3 senator was elected in 2009, and he’s served as majority leader since 2010.
Bradley said his priorities remain making government more efficient and conducive for job growth, particularly for small businesses.
In a press release Wednesday, he cited passage of Medicaid reform legislation, shifting the program to managed care, and pension reform as two of his greatest accomplishments.
Bradley served in Congress as the 1st District representative from 2003-2007. He’s also known for his love of the outdoors and hiking.
He faces Democratic challenger Jeffery Ballard, an Afghanistan war veteran who lives in Brookfield.
The deadline for candidates to file is Friday.
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