CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – New Hampshire Governor John Lynch has sent a letter to supporters saying he plans to file for re-election next week and is asking for contributions to his campaign.

In a letter e-mailed Tuesday from The John Lynch Committee, the governor asked supporters to continue to move the state forward on the issues he says matter most – creating jobs, improving education, expanding access to health care, preserving natural resources and protecting public safety.

Among his accomplishments, Lynch cites the passage of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, increasing New Hampshire’s minimum wage, and boosting laws to protect children from sexual predators.

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