Willard Brown, a Families First Pledge signer and hopeful freshman legislator, is running for one of two seats in the House representing Hillsborough 36 (Nashua Ward 9), where he is running alongside Rep. Bill Ohm.
A Nashua resident for most of his life, Brown has expressed his intent to pursue fiscal responsibility in governing, particularly when he ran for city alderman in the last election. Now that he is running for state representative, Cornerstone expects Brown to bring his fiscal thinking cap with him to the State House.
Brown, a U.S. Navy veteran who has been a member of the Nashua Mine Falls Advisory Committee, has worked in technical support for Comcast’s Business Services Division. He has degrees from Nashua High School, Hesser College with honors and Franklin Pierce College with honors.
Brown and his wife Elaine have two adult children who also live in New Hampshire.