What, Democrats can’t find anyone to run in Hillsborough County House District 38? Enter Democrat and NH voter Bianca Acebron Peco of a post office box in Antrim and who is a dual citizen of Spain.
Can this get more complicated?
She was a campaign manager for Martha Fuller Clark in 2014:
Ms. Peco claims dual citizenship with the US and Spain but it isn’t always clear how that works – especially when you take an oath of office in NH to uphold the NH Constitution should you be elected.
Here is a web site with some information:
There will be more about Ms. Peco and her desire to be everything to everyone as the fact of her rub for office in NH unfold.
I tried to contact Spain for their laws regarding one of their citizens running for office in New Hampshire but they didn’t have a “Press 1 for English” option on the call.
Is there a reason dual citizenship will affect her ability to perform her duties as an elected official?
If you read what’s connected to the links in the article and then read the Oath of Office members of the House of Representatives take, you’ll have your answer.
Answer to your question is here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/690318097722950/permalink/1125302447557844/?comment_id=1125363357551753&ref=notif¬if_t=group_comment¬if_id=1478047755416152
Bianca Peco has apparently endorsed a sales tax on her facebook page.
So a vote against Biance is a vote against a novice State rep who would SPONSOR such a bad, liberal, progressive idea.
No sponsor = no sales tax.