Joe was elected to the New Hampshire House in 2012 when he was 18 years old, and would serve as the youngest legislator in the nation for the next two years as he completed his first term. Seeing the lack of youth involved in politics and the status of being in the Minority party around the New Hampshire House, Joe formed Granite Solutions PAC, which sought to elect Fiscal Conservatives to the New Hampshire House. Joe used the organization to support young Republican candidates throughout the state, and developed a rapport with state party staffers and activists, playing a crucial role in several close, decisive elections. Republicans would go on to take back the New Hampshire House in 2014.
Joe has lived in Salem, New Hampshire his whole life and was elected to be the Chair of the New Hampshire Young Republicans in 2015. After a year of building up the organization and building the connections needed to earn a Charter for the New Hampshire Federation from the Young Republican National Federation in May 2016. Always looking to constantly work for the Republican effort, Joe is planning an aggressive 2017 schedule of events to keep the party energized and engaged.”