Gov. Maggie Hassan was sworn into office Jan. 3, 2013 as New Hampshire's 81st governor. She delivered an inaugural address thereafter.
Although a picture is worth 1,000 words, so they say, Hassan's speech clocked in at 2,888 words, for the record. Here's a "word cloud" of her remarks, based on the frequency of certain words showing up in the text of her prepared remarks.
Some of the words appearing most frequently are: people, work, businesses, education, citizens, innovation, government and community.
What word or words would you use to describe the Granite State's priorities and/or the work ahead?