The New Hampshire Police Association hosted a town hall meeting for gubernatorial candidates Maggie Hassan and Ovide Lamontagne in Manchester Sunday.
Hassan and Lamontagne weighed in on the death penalty, decriminalization of marijuana, and right-to-work legislation at the law enforcement forum.
When asked to identify the largest threat to the state's public safety, Hassan identified prescription drug abuse as a key threat. Lamontagne expressed concern over cyber attacks:
"I think the number one threat to public safety in New Hampshire is cyber attacks...I'm not suggesting I have any inside information, but I know what I'm reading."
Both candidates say they support the legalization of medical marijuana, but wouldn't support state-wide decriminalization.
Hassan and Lamontagne both oppose the death penalty, but Lamontagne said he would make exceptions in cases where a police officer is murdered.