Karen Liot Hill
Lebanon City Councilor
Karen Liot Hill is the longest-serving City Councilor in the history of Lebanon, New Hampshire. For 16 years, she has been a champion for economic vitality, a leader in the fight against climate change, an advocate for social justice, and a consistent voice for public health and safety. She is running for re-election to continue building a more prosperous, inclusive community for all of us.
VOTE March 9th!
From Karen's Desk
City Elections on March 9, 2021
Anyone who knows me can tell you that I love Lebanon. Having served on the City Council for the past 16 years, my appreciation for our community and my commitment to public service have only grown. My values remain the same as when I first ran, and I have gained valuable insights and experience over the years.
Strong, healthy communities depend on the active participation of their citizens, and I believe it is important to be involved. From addressing the global pandemic to economic vitality, climate change, and social justice, it is clear that we are all better off when we work together to create solutions and plan for the future. Listening to all voices and learning from all perspectives is the approach I bring to the City Council.
It has truly been an honor to serve as your City Councilor, including a term as Mayor (2008-09). I believe we’ve made measurable progress, not only in what we’ve done, but in how we do the people’s business. I am running for re-election because I am eager to keep our city moving in a positive direction.
This past year has been incredibly difficult, and we face more difficult days ahead. Yet our families and our city are resilient - we will survive the challenges of the global pandemic and emerge stronger on the other side. My priority in office is to make sure that the decisions we make today will ensure our long-term health and prosperity. Even now, we can lay the groundwork for a sustainable future.
I am incredibly grateful for the confidence that the voters of Lebanon have shown in me over the past 16 years, and I am asking for your vote once again on March 9, 2021 so that I can continue my work on the Lebanon City Council to make our city an even more inclusive, sustainable community for all of us.