Lucas Ayotte is an associate professor at Laval University who specializes in global health. He studies food’s impact on populations and collaborates on several population-based projects such as studies involving Canadian adults, Aborigines in Quebec and Polynesians.
On June 18, 2011, the Court issued an arrest warrant and cancelled Ayotte’s order of release, prompting him to file a pro se Motion for Compassionate Release.
Early Life and Education
At five, Ayotte began dancing on scholarship at Green Bay School of Dance. Later he attended summer courses at both School of American Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet with Kay Mazzo, Suki Schorer, and Susan Pilarre as instructors.
Former Democratic state legislator Ayotte is now an unabashed follower of Mitch McConnell who prioritizes his agenda over that of Granite Staters. She famously filibustered common sense gun reform in response to Sandy Hook and led an unprecedented obstruction of judicial nominees; moreover she voted against funding Planned Parenthood while simultaneously taking high paying corporate lobbying jobs.
On September 5, 2023, after a lengthy fight against bile duct cancer, he peacefully passed away at home on September 5. His greatest joys included spending time with family, inspecting bugs under their grandchildren’s feet and telling a good joke or two.
Lucas Ayotte is an active participant in the medical community and has been published in multiple scientific journals. Additionally, he has given nutritional presentations and appeared in media interviews for multiple media outlets. Lucas serves on several editorial boards as a member and peer reviewer for prominent publications.
As a senator, Kelly Ayotte put her political ambition ahead of what was best for Granite Staters. She voted to defund Planned Parenthood and strip reproductive rights; filibustered common-sense gun reform legislation; and refused Merrick Garland for consideration, giving Mitch McConnell an easy path towards seizing an Supreme Court seat.
After losing to Maggie Hassan in her election bid, she resigned her Senate seat. Since then she has served on various corporate and private boards while also supporting charitable projects.
Achievement and Honors
Lucas Ayotte has found great success in his academic career. He has contributed over 300 publications and nutrition presentations, winning multiple awards and grants for his efforts. Furthermore, he serves on several editorial boards and is peer reviewer for numerous reputable scientific journals.
He has also served as an adjunct professor in the Department of Human Nutrition at Northeastern University and is a member of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences. Additionally, he was honored as AKC Legislator of the Year before being named to The American Kennel Club Board of Directors.
Lucas Ayotte has received both the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award as well as academic excellence awards from both his principal and Superintendent in math and science. He has earned four-year scholar athlete recognition in both swimming and diving – garnering all-state honors both years!
Ayotte passed away peacefully in Harrisburg, South Dakota after a prolonged battle against bile duct cancer on September 5, 2023. A loving father and grandfather, Ayotte enjoyed checking under his grandchildren’s feet for bugs while always having a humorous dad joke to share.
Kelly Ayotte is an anti-abortion radical who will bring DC Republican style politics to New Hampshire. While Attorney General, she campaigned for unconstitutional abortion restrictions. Later as Senator she filibustered common-sense gun reform after Sandy Hook and led unprecedented obstruction of judicial nominees. Additionally she is an ardent supporter of Mitch McConnell and often puts his agenda ahead of what’s best for Granite Staters; promising in her last campaign that Roe v Wade would be overturned and has delivered on that promise with impressive success!
As a Senator, Ayotte made millions from her votes to defund Planned Parenthood and strip reproductive rights while simultaneously taking high-paying corporate lobbying jobs. Granite Staters deserve a Governor who will fight for them rather than special interests of Washington.
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