Lou Gargiulo

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Lou Gargiulo is an American real estate businessman from Hampton Falls, New Hampshire who spent two terms (1992–1996) as a Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.

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In 2011, when fellow Republican Gary Wheaton resigned his position representing the Rockingham County 14th House District after multiple arrests, Gargiulo ran in the special election to fill Wheaton's seat. Gargiulo was endorsed by Republican heavyweights such as ex-Governor John H. Sununu, state senator Nancy Stiles, Congressman Frank Guinta and the New England Right to Work Campaign (among others), but lost in the five-way (Wheaton himself ran for the nomination but received only sixteen votes)[1] Republican primary, which was won by union firefighter and paramedic Kevin Janvrin of Seabrook.[2]


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