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New Hampshire
House of Representatives
New Hampshire General Court
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type Lower house
Term limits None
History
New session started December 5, 2012
Leadership
Speaker of the House Terie Norelli, (D)
Since December 5, 2012
Majority Leader Steve Shurtleff, (D)
Since December 5, 2012
Minority Leader Gene G. Chandler, (R)
Since December 5, 2012
Structure
Seats 400
Political groups Democratic Party (213)
Republican Party (174)
Length of term 2 years
Authority Part Second, New Hampshire Constitution
Salary $200/term
Elections
Last election November 6, 2012
(400 seats)
Next election November 4, 2014
(400 seats)
Redistricting Legislative Control
Meeting place
New Hampshire House of Representatives.jpg
House of Representatives Chamber
New Hampshire State Capitol
Concord, New Hampshire
Website
www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house

The New Hampshire House of Representatives is the lower house in the New Hampshire General Court, the bicameral legislature of the state of New Hampshire. The House of Representatives consists of 400 members coming from 204 legislative districts across the state, created from divisions of the state's counties. On average, each legislator represents about 3,300 residents. If the same level of representation were present in the U.S. Congress, that body would have approximately 99,000 members, according to current population estimates. Members are paid a salary of $200 per biennium, as are New Hampshire state senators.

Districts vary in number of seats based on their populations, with the least-populous districts electing only one member and the most populous electing 11. In multi-member districts, voters are allowed to cast as many votes as there are seats to be filled, which often results in one party winning all of the seats in the district.[citation needed] For instance, in a two-member district, a voter can vote for up to two candidates.

Unlike in many state legislatures, there is no single "aisle" to cross per se, as members of both parties sit partially segregated in five sections. The seat section and number is put on the legislator's motor vehicle license plate, which they pay for if they wish to put one on their personal automobiles, or in the case of the chairpersons and party leaders, their title is put on the legislative plate. Seating location is enforced, as seating is pre-assigned, although the personal preference of the legislator is asked, usually chairmen and those with special needs are given the preferred aisle seats. The sixth section is the Speaker's seat at the head of the hall.

The House of Representatives has met in Representatives Hall of the New Hampshire State House since 1819. Representatives Hall is thus the oldest chamber in the United States still in continuous legislative use.[1] Large arched windows line the walls. On the rostrum hang portraits of John P. Hale, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin Pierce, and Daniel Webster.

2012-2014 biennial session[edit]

Composition[edit]

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican Vacant
End of 2010 session 216 174 390 10
Begin 102 298 400 0
End of previous legislature 104 290 394 6
Begin[2] 219 179 398 2
February 19, 2013[3] 220 399 1
February 20, 2013[4] 218 397 3
March 19, 2013[5] 219 398 2
April 2013[6] 218 397 3
June 4, 2013[7] 180 398 2
June 20, 2013[8] 179 397 3
October 2, 2013[9] 219 398 2
October 4, 2013[10] 218 397 3
November 13, 2013[11] 219 398 2
December 20, 2013[12] 220 399 1
December, 2013/January, 2014[13] 217 178 395 5
January 29, 2014[14] 216 177 393 7
February 5, 2014[15] 215 392 8
February 19, 2014[16] 176 391 9
February 24, 2014[17] 175 390 10
March 6, 2014[18] 213 388 12
March 19, 2014[19] 174 387 13
Latest voting share 55% 45%

Leadership[edit]

Position Name Party District
Speaker of the House Terie Norelli Democratic Rockingham 26
Majority Leader Steve Shurtleff Democratic Merrimack 11
Minority Leader Gene G. Chandler Republican Carroll 1

Members, 2012-2014[edit]

In New Hampshire, a member of the state legislature can be designated as being a member of more than one party. If a candidate runs on one ticket and the opposing party fields no candidate, and if the candidate gets a certain number of write-in votes on the opposing party ticket, then as an elected official, that politician is defined as belonging to both parties, with the party under which s/he officially ran listed first.

One current member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives has this distinction: Janet Wall (Strafford 6). Since the candidate officially ran on the Democratic Party ticket, she is listed as a Democrat first.

Belknap[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Ruth Gulick Dem Center Harbor, New Hampton 2012
02 Lisa DiMartino Dem Gilford, Meredith
Bob Greemore Rep 2010
Herb Vadney Rep 2012
Colette Worsman Rep 2010
03 Don Flanders Rep Laconia (Wards 1-6) 2000
David Huot Dem 2012 (1970-1974)
Robert Luther Rep 2010
Franklin T. Tilton Rep
04 Dennis Fields Rep Sanbornton, Tilton 2008 (1982-2004)
Ian Raymond Dem 2012
05 Richard Burchell Rep Gilmanton, Alton 2012
Stephen Holmes Rep
06 Charles Fink Rep Belmont
Michael Sylvia Rep
07 Guy Comtois Rep Barnstead 2010
08 Jane Cormier Rep Alton, Barnstead, Gilmanton 2012
09 Beth Arsenault Dem Belmont, Laconia (Wards 1-6) 2012 (2006-2010)

Carroll[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Gene G. Chandler Rep Bartlett, Hart's Location, Jackson 1982
02 Tom Buco Dem Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Hale's Location 2012 (2004-2010)
Karen Umberger Rep 2008
Syndi White Dem 2012
03 Mark McConkey Rep Albany, Freedom, Madison, Tamworth 2002
Susan Ticehurst Dem 2012
04 Glenn Cordelli Rep Moultonborough, Sandwich, Tuftonboro 2012
Karel Crawford Rep
05 Tom Lavender Dem Brookfield, Effingham, Ossipee, Wakefield
Harry C. Merrow Rep 2010
Bill Nelson Rep 2012
06 Chris Ahlgren Rep Wolfeboro 2004
Steve Schmidt Rep 2010
07 Ed Butler Dem Albany, Bartlett, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Freedom, Hale's Location, Hart's Location, Jackson, Madison, Tamworth 2012 (2006-2010)
08 Donald Wright Rep Brookfield, Effingham, Moultonborough, Ossipee, Sandwich, Tuftonboro, Wakefield 2012

Cheshire[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Paul Berch Dem Chesterfield, Hinsdale, Walpole, Westmoreland 2012
Bill Butynski Dem 2004
Tara Sad Dem 2006
Lucy McVitty Weber Dem
02 John Mann Dem Alstead, Marlow, Surry 2012
03 Daniel Adams Eaton Dem Gilsum, Nelson, Stoddard, Sullivan 2012 (1976-1990; 2002-2010)
04 Kris Roberts Dem Keene (Ward 1) 2004
05 Larry Robert Phillips Dem Keene (Ward 2) 2012
06 Timothy Robertson Dem Keene (Ward 3) 2012 (1990-2000; 2002-2010)
07 Gladys Johnsen Dem Keene (Ward 4) 2010
08 Cynthia Chase Dem Keene (Ward 5)
09 Richard "Dick" Ames Dem Dublin, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Roxbury 2012
Douglas Ley Dem
10 Marge Shepardson Dem Marlborough, Troy
11 Susan Emerson Rep Fitzwilliam, Rindge 2004 (2000-2002)
John B. Hunt Rep 1986
12 Jane B. Johnson Rep Richmond, Swanzey 2006
A. Gus Lerandeau Dem 2006 (1998-2000)
13 Henry A.L. Parkhurst Dem Winchester 2002
14 Harry Young Dem Dublin, Fitzwilliam, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Rindge, Roxbury 2012
15 Bruce L. Tatro Dem Marlborough, Richmond, Swanzey, Troy, Winchester 2010
16 Vacant[13] Keene (Wards 1-5)
Charles Weed Dem 2000

Coos[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Larry Enman Dem Cambridge, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Dix's Grant, Dixville, Errol, Erving's Location, Millsfield, Odell, Pittsburg, Stewartstown, Stratford, Wentworth's Location 2012
Larry Rappaport Rep 2008
02 Wayne Moynihan Dem Dummer, Milan, Northumberland, Stark 2012 (1996-1998)
03 Gary M. Coulombe Dem Berlin (Wards 1-4) 2010
Robert Theberge Dem 2002
Yvonne Thomas Dem 2006
04 Herbert Richardson Rep Dalton, Kilkenny, Lancaster 2008 (2002-2006)
05 Marcia Hammon Dem Carroll, Jefferson, Randolph, Whitefield 2012
06 William Hatch Dem Chandler's Purchase, Gorham, Green's Grant, Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's Purchase, Shelburne, Success 2006
07 Leon Rideout Rep Carroll, Dalton, Dummer, Jefferson, Kilkenny, Lancaster, Milan, Northumberland, Randolph, Stark, Whitefield 2012

Grafton[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Ralph Doolan, Jr. Rep Bethlehem, Littleton 2012
Linda Massimilla Dem
02 Rebecca Brown Dem Franconia, Lisbon, Lyman, Monroe, Sugar Hill
03 Susan Ford Dem Bath, Benton Easton, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren 2012 (2008-2010)
04 Rick Ladd Rep Haverhill 2008
05 Edmond Gionet Rep Lincoln, Livermore, Waterville Valley, Woodstock 2002
06 Vacant[16] Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton
07 Jim Aguiar Dem Campton 2005
08 Mary Cooney Dem Hebron, Holderness, Plymouth 2000
Sid Lovett Dem 2012 (1994-1998; 2000-2002; 2006-2008)
Suzanne Smith Dem 2008
09 Skip Reilly, Sr. Rep Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Grafton 2010
Jeff Shackett Rep
10 Wendy Piper Dem Enfield 2012
11 Charles Townsend Dem Canaan, Dorchester, Wentworth 2008
12 Bernie Benn Dem Hanover, Lyme 2000
Patricia Higgins Dem 2012
Sharon Nordgren Dem 1988
Beatriz Pastor-Bodmer Dem 2008
13 Susan Almy Dem Lebanon (Wards 1-3) 1996
Laurie Harding Dem 2004
George Sykes Dem 2012
Andy White Dem 2009
14 Brad Bailey Rep Bethlehem, Franconia, Lisbon, Littleton, Lyman, Monroe, Sugar Hill 2012
15 Vacant[14] Bath, Benton, Easton, Haverhill, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren
16 Carol Friedrich Dem Canaan, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton, Wentworth 2012 (2006-2010)
17 Catherine Mulholland Dem Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Enfield, Grafton 2012 (2004-2010)

Hillsborough[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Marjorie Porter Dem Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor 2010
Gilman Shattuck Dem 2012 (2004-2010)
02 Evelyn Connor Dem Deering, Weare 2012
Gary Hopper Rep 2008 (2000-2004)
Neal Kurk Rep 1986
03 Jonathan Manley, Sr. Dem Bennington, Greenfield, Hancock 2012
04 Stephen Spratt Dem Francestown, Greenville, Lyndeborough, Wilton 2012 (2006-2008)
Kermit Williams Dem 2012
05 William L. O'Brien Rep Mont Vernon, New Boston 2008 (2004-2006)
David Woodbury Dem 2012
06 John Burt Rep Goffstown 2010
Ruth Gage Dem 2012
John Adam Hikel Rep 2008
Vacant[19]
Calvin Pratt Rep 2008
07 John Cebrowski Rep Bedford
David Danielson Rep 2012
John Graham Rep 2000
Keith Murphy Rep 2010
Kelleigh Domaingue Murphy Rep 2012
Moe Villenueve Rep 2004
08 Jeff Goley Dem Manchester (Ward 1) 2004 (1998-2002)
Peter Ramsey Dem 2008
09 Linda DiSilvestro Dem Manchester (Ward 2) 2012
Bill O'Neil Dem 2013
10 Jean Jeudy Dem Manchester (Ward 3) 2005
Peter Sullivan Dem 2012 (2001-2006)
11 Vacant[13] Manchester (Ward 4)
Robert Walsh Dem 2012 (2008-2010)
12 Tim O'Flaherty Dem Manchester (Ward 5) 2012
Ted Rokas Dem 2008
13 Larry Gagne Rep Manchester (Ward 6)
William Infantine Rep 2002
14 Vacant[15] Manchester (Ward 7)
Mary Heath Dem 2013
15 Thomas Katsiantonis Dem Manchester (Ward 8) 2008
Steve Vaillancourt Rep 1996
16 David McCloskey Dem Manchester (Ward 9) 2012
Barbara Shaw Dem 2000
17 Vacant[18] Manchester (Ward 10)
Timothy Smith Dem 2012
18 Emily Sandblade Rep Manchester (Ward 11)
Joel Winters Dem 2012 (2006-2010)
19 Bob Backus Dem Manchester (Ward 12) 2012
Dick Marston Rep
20 Ralph Boehm Rep Litchfield 2008 (2004-2006)
Frank Byron Rep 2012
21 Dick Barry Rep Merrimack 2010 (2006-2008)
Brenda Ellen Grady Dem 2012
Dick Hinch Rep 2008
Jeanine Notter Rep 2010
Tony Pellegrino Rep 2008
Lenette Peterson Rep 2010
Phil Straight Rep 2012
Kathleen Stroud Rep 2010
22 Shannon Chandley Dem Amherst 2012 (2008-2010)
Peter Hansen Rep 2010
Robert Rowe Rep 1998
23 Ruth Heden Dem Milford 2012
Stephen Palmer Rep 2008
Shawn Sweeney Rep 2012
Robert Willette Rep 2008
24 Jill Shaffer Hammond Dem Peterborough 2012 (2006-2010)
Peter Leishman Dem 2011 (1996-2002; 2006-2010)
25 James Coffey Rep New Ipswich, Sharon, Temple 2010
Jim Parison Rep
26 Jack Flanagan Rep Brookline, Mason
Melanie Levesque Dem 2012 (2006-2010)
27 Jim Belanger Rep Hollis 2010
Carolyn Gargasz Rep 2000
28 Sylvia Gale Dem Nashua (Ward 1) 2012
Angeline Kopka Dem 2012 (2002-2010)
Jan Schmidt Dem 2012
29 Paul Hackel Dem Nashua (Ward 2) 2012 (2006-2010)
Michael McCarthy Rep 2008
Suzanne Mercier Vail Dem 2012
30 Mariellen MacKay Dem Nashua (Ward 3)
Brian Rhodes Dem 2008
Cindy Rosenwald Dem 2004
31 Pam Brown Dem Nashua (Ward 4) 2013
David Cote Dem 1982
Mary Gorman Dem 1998
32 Jack Kelley Dem Nashua (Ward 5) 2012 (2006-2010)
Don LeBrun Rep 2010
David Murotake Rep 2012
33 Efstathia Booras Dem Nashua (Ward 6)
David Campbell Dem 2004 (1979-1982)
Ken N. Gidge Dem 2008
34 Douglas Carroll Dem Nashua (Ward 7) 2012
Michael Garcia Dem
Timothy Soucy Dem 2012 (2008-2010)
35 Daniel Hansberry Dem Nashua (Ward 8) 2012
Latha Mangipudi Dem 2013
Mary Nelson Dem 2012
36 Linda Harriott-Gathright Dem Nashua (Ward 9)
Marty Jack Dem
Michael B. O'Brien Dem 2012 (2006-2010)
37 Lars Christiansen Rep Hudson, Pelham 1996
Patrick Culbert Rep 2012
Bob Haefner Rep 2006
Shawn Jasper Rep 2002
MaryAnn Knowles Dem 2012 (2006-2010)
Richard LeVasseur Rep 2012
Lynne Ober Rep 2004
Russell T. Ober III Rep 2006 (2002-2004)
Andy Renzullo Rep 2004
Charlene Takesian Rep 2012
Jordan Ulery Rep 2004
38 Richard Sutherland Eaton Dem Antrim, Bennington, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Hillsborough, Lyndeborough, Wilton, Windsor 2012 (2000-2002)
Richard McNamara Dem
39 Mark Warden Rep Deering, Goffstown, Weare 2010
40 Gary Daniels Rep Hollis, Milford, Mont Vernon, New Boston 2006 (1996-2000)
41 Laurie Sanborn Rep Amherst, Bedford 2010
42 Patrick Long Dem Manchester (Wards 1-3) 2006
Daniel Sullivan Dem
43 Jeremy Dobson Dem Manchester (Wards 4-7) 2012
Eric Palangas Dem 2012 (2000-2006)
Kathleen Souza Rep 2010 (2000-2006)
44 George Lambert Rep Litchfield, Manchester (Wards 8-9) 2010
Andre Martel Rep 2012 (1998-2002)
45 Jane Ellen Beaulieu Dem Manchester (Wards 10-12) 2012 (2004-2010)
Ronald Boisvert Dem 2012 (2008-2010)

Merrimack[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Mario Ratzki Dem Andover, Danbury, Salisbury 2012
02 Scott Burns Dem Franklin (Wards 1-2), Hill
Dennis Reed Rep 2002
03 Vacant[13] Franklin (Ward 3), Northfield
Leigh Webb Dem 2012 (2006-2010)
04 Thomas Schamberg Dem Sutton, Wilmot 2012
05 Karen Ebel Dem Newbury, New London
David Kidder Rep 2004
06 Barbara French Dem Bradford, Henniker 2012 (1992-1994; 1996-2010)
Geoffrey Hirsch Dem 2012
07 Clyde Carson Dem Warner, Webster
08 Caroletta Alicea Dem Boscawen
09 Priscilla Lockwood Rep Canterbury, Loudon 1998
Howard Moffett Dem 2012
10 Mel Myler Dem Concord (Ward 5), Hopkinton
Gary Richardson Dem 2006
Mary Jane Wallner Dem 1980
11 Steve Shurtleff Dem Concord (Ward 1) 2004
12 Paul Henle Dem Concord (Ward 2) 2012
13 June Frazer Dem Concord (Ward 3) 2010
14 Jim MacKay Dem Concord (Ward 4) 2010 (2000-2008)
15 Jane Hunt Dem Concord (Ward 6) 2012
16 Rick Watrous Dem Concord (Ward 7) 2008
17 Dick Patten Dem Concord (Ward 8) 2010
18 Candace Bouchard Dem Concord (Ward 9) 1998
19 Christy Bartlett Dem Concord (Ward 10) 2012
20 Frank Davis Dem Chichester, Pembroke 2012 (1994-2004; 2006-2010)
Sally Kelly Dem 2012 (2006-2010)
Dianne Schuett Dem 2012 (2008-2010)
21 Mary Frambach Dem Epsom, Pittsfield 2012
Dan McGuire Rep 2010
22 Alan Turcotte Dem Allenstown 2012
23 Chris Andrews Dem Bow, Dunbarton
JR Hoell Rep 2010
Mary Beth Walz Dem 2012 (2004-2010)
24 David Hess Rep Hooksett 1994
Frank Kotkowski Rep 2008
Todd Smith Rep
Thomas C. Walsh IV Rep 2012
25 David Karrick, Jr. Dem Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner, Webster
26 Lorrie Carey Dem Boscawen, Canterbury, Franklin (Ward 3), Loudon, Northfield
27 Mary Stuart Gile Dem Concord (Wards 1-4, 6-7) 1996
Chip Rice Dem 2008
28 Katherine Rogers Dem Concord (Wards 8-10) 2012 (1992-1998)
29 Carol McGuire Rep Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield 2008

Rockingham[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Bruce Hodgdon Rep Northwood 2012
02 Romeo Danais Rep Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham
Joe Duarte Rep 2010
Kyle Tasker Rep
03 Franklin Bishop Rep Raymond 2012 (1994-2010)
Kathleen Hoelzel Rep 2008 (1988-1992)
L. Mike Kappler Rep 2006
04 Gene Charron Rep Auburn, Chester, Sandown 2004
James Devine Rep 2006
Dan Dumaine Rep 2012 (2002-2010)
Joseph Hagan Rep 2008
Vacant[8]
05 Al Baldasaro Rep Londonderry 2006
Robert E. Introne, Jr. Rep 2000
David C. Lundgren Rep 2010
Betsy McKinney Rep 1984
Sherman Packard Rep 1990
Daniel Tamburello Rep 2010
Lisa Whittemore Dem 2012
06 Elizabeth Burtis Dem Derry
Brian Chirichiello Rep 2010
Beverly Ferrante Rep 2008
Bob Fesh Rep 1987
David Milz Rep 2012
John T. O'Connor Rep 2010
Frank Sapareto Rep 2008 (1997-2002)
Vacant[13]
Mary Till Dem 2012
James C. Webb Rep 2010
07 Mary Griffin Rep Windham 1996
Walter Kolodziej Rep 2008
Charles McMahon Rep 2002
Kevin Waterhouse Rep 2010 (2002-2008)
08 Vacant[14] Salem
Ronald Belanger Rep 1992
Patrick Bick Rep 2012
Robert Elliott Rep 2006
Bianca Rose Garcia Rep 2012
Marilinda Garcia Rep 2009 (2006-2008)
Anne Priestley Rep 2012 (1998-2010)
Joe Sweeney Rep 2012
John Sytek Rep 2010 (1990-1996)
09 Jeffrey Harris Rep Epping 2012
Barbara Helmstetter Dem
10 Dan Itse Rep Fremont 2000
11 Curtis Grace Rep Brentwood 2012
12 Betsy Sanders Rep Danville 2004
13 Regina Birdsell Rep Hampstead, Kingston 2010
John Sedensky Rep 2008
Kevin St. James Rep 2012
Kenneth Weyler Rep 2010 (1990-2008)
14 Debra DeSimone Rep Atkinson, Plaistow 2008
William Friel Rep 2012
Jack Hayes Rep
Norman Major Rep 1996
15 Mary Allen Rep Newton 2002
16 Bob Nigrello Rep East Kingston, Kensington, South Hampton 2012
17 Michael Cahill Dem Newfields, Newmarket
Marcia Moody Dem 2004
Adam Schroadter Rep 2010
18 Steven Briden Dem Exeter 2012
Eileen Flockhart Dem 2012 (2004-2008)
Frank Heffron Dem 2012
Donna Schlachman Dem 2008
19 Patrick Abrami Rep Stratham 2010
Timothy Copeland Rep
20 Aboul Khan Rep Hampton Falls, Seabrook 2012
Vacant[17]
L. Koko Perkins Rep 2008
21 Robert Cushing, Jr. Dem Hampton 2012 (1986-1988; 1996-1998; 2008-2010)
Tracy Emerick Rep 2012
Chris Muns Dem
Frederick Rice Rep 2010
22 Michele Peckham Rep North Hampton
23 Pamela Tucker Rep Greenland, Newington 2008
24 David Borden Dem New Castle, Rye 2012 (2006-2010)
Tom Sherman Dem 2012
25 Laura Pantelakos Dem Portsmouth (Ward 1) 1978
26 Terie Norelli Dem Portsmouth (Ward 2) 1996
27 Rebecca Emerson-Brown Dem Portsmouth (Ward 3) 2012
28 Gerry Ward Dem Portsmouth (Ward 4)
29 Brian Wazlaw Dem Portsmouth (Ward 5)
30 Jacqueline Cali-Pitts Dem Portsmouth (Wards 1-2, 4-5) 1998
31 Joe Scarlotto Dem Greenland, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth (Ward 3) 2012
32 Maureen Mann Dem Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham 2012 (2008-2010)
33 Timothy Comerford Rep Brentwood, Danville, Fremont 2008
34 Jeffrey Oligny Rep Atkinson, Hampstead, Kingston, Plaistow 2010
35 Richard Gordon Rep East Kingston, Kensington, Newton, South Hampton 2012
36 Patricia Lovejoy Dem Exeter, Newfields, Newmarket, Stratham 2010
37 E. Elaine Ahearn Dem Hampton, Hampton Falls, Seabrook 2012

Strafford[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 John Mullen, Jr. Rep Middleton, Milton 2012
Robbie Parsons Rep 2010
02 Rachel Burke Dem Farmington 2012 (2006-2010)
Joseph Pitre Rep 2010
03 David Bickford Rep New Durham, Strafford 2012 (1996-2006; 2008-2010)
Bob Perry Dem 2011 (2006-2010)
04 Ken Grossman Dem Barrington 2012
Dennis Malloy Dem
05 Naida Kaen Dem Lee 1994
06 Amanda Merrill Dem Durham, Madbury 2013 (1988-1998)
Timothy Horrigan Dem 2010
Marjorie Smith Dem 2012 (1996-2010)
Judith Spang Dem 1998
Janet Wall Dem 1986
07 Audrey Stevens Dem Rochester (Ward 1) 2012
08 James Gray Rep Rochester (Ward 6)
09 Steven Beaudoin Rep Rochester (Ward 2)
10 Warren Groen Rep Rochester (Ward 3) 2008
11 Anne Grassie Dem Rochester (Ward 4) 1994
12 Pamela Hubbard Dem Rochester (Ward 5) 2012 (2006-2010)
13 James Verschueren Dem Dover (Ward 1) 2012
14 Bill Baber Dem Dover (Ward 2)
15 Janice Gardner Dem Dover (Ward 3)
16 Dorothea Hooper Dem Dover (Ward 4) 2010
17 Peter Bixby Dem Dover (Wards 5-6), Somersworth (Ward 2) 2012
Vacant[18]
Stephen Ketel Dem 2012
18 Roger Berube Dem Rollinsford, Somersworth (Wards 1, 3-5) 1994
Deanna Rollo Dem 2012 (2002-2004; 2006-2010)
Dale Spainhower Dem 2010
19 Peter Schmidt Dem Dover (Wards 1-2) 2002
20 Marsha Pelletier Dem Dover (Wards 3-4) 2010 (1992-1994; 1996-2002)
21 Kenneth Ward Dem Dover (Wards 5-6), Rollinsford, Somersworth (Wards 1-5) 2012 (2008-2010)
22 Rose Marie Rogers Dem Rochester (Wards 1, 6) 2012 (1992-1994; 1996-2000; 2008-2010)
23 David Miller Dem Rochester (Wards 2-3) 2012
24 Laura Jones Rep Rochester (Wards 4-5) 2010
25 H. Robert Menear III Dem Barrington, Lee 2012

Sullivan[edit]

District Representative Party Municipality(ies) represented First elected
01 Benjamin Lefebvre Dem Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield, Springfield 2010
Andy Schmidt Dem
02 Sue Gottling Dem Croydon, Sunapee 2012 (2006-2010)
03 Andrew O'Hearne Dem Claremont (Ward 1) 2012
04 Joe Osgood Rep Claremont (Ward 2) 2013 (2005-2006; 2008-2012)
05 Raymond Gagnon Dem Claremont (Ward 3) 2006
06 Virginia Irwin Dem Newport, Unity 2012 (1982-1984)
Skip Rollins Rep 2012
07 Jim Grenier Rep Acworth, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, Washington
08 Cynthia Page Sweeney Dem Charlestown 2012 (2000-2004; 2008-2010)
09 Linda Tanner Dem Cornish, Croydon, Grantham, Newport, Plainfield, Springfield, Sunapee, Unity 2012
10 John Cloutier Dem Claremont (Wards 1-3) 1992
11 Steven D. Smith Rep Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, Washington 2010

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Hampshire House of Representatives "NH House Facts"
  2. ^ Democrats Robert Thompson (Hillsborough 9) and Stacie Laughton (Hillsborough 31) resigned before taking office.
  3. ^ Democrat Pam Brown elected to succeed Laughton. [1]
  4. ^ Democrats Roland LaPlante (Hillsborough 35) and Thomas Donovan (Sullivan 4) resigned. [2]
  5. ^ Democrat Bill O'Neil elected to succeed Thompson. [3]
  6. ^ Democrat Patrick Garrity (Hillsborough 14) resigned. [4]
  7. ^ Republican Joe Osgood elected to succeed Donovan. [5]
  8. ^ a b Republican Stella Tremblay (Rockingham 4) resigned. [6]
  9. ^ Democrat Mary Heath elected to succeed Garrity. [7]
  10. ^ Democrat Philip Ginsburg (Strafford 6) resigned. [8]
  11. ^ Democrat Latha Mangipudi elected to succeed LaPlante. [9]
  12. ^ Democrat Amanda Merrill elected to succeed Ginsburg. [10]
  13. ^ a b c d e Republican David Thompson (Rockingham 6) and Democrats Joy Tilton (Merrimack 3), Delmar Burridge (Cheshire 16) and Nickolas Levasseur (Hillsborough 11) vacated their seats before the beginning of the 2014 legislative session.
  14. ^ a b c Republican Gary Azarian (Rockingham 8) and Democrat Linda Lauer (Grafton 15) resigned. [11]
  15. ^ a b Democrat Carol Williams (Hillsborough 14) resigned. [12]
  16. ^ a b Republican Lester Bradley (Grafton 6) died. [13]
  17. ^ a b Republican Amy Perkins (Rockingham 20) died. [14]
  18. ^ a b c Democrats Greg Burdwood (Strafford 17) and George Katsiantonis (Hillsborough 17) resigned. [15][16]
  19. ^ a b Republican Richard Meaney (Hillsborough 06) resigned. [17]

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