Stephen Duprey

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Stephen Duprey is a business person from Concord, New Hampshire, a prominent figure in New Hampshire Republican politics, and a Republican National Committee member. Duprey ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 1992, and with his wife, Susan Duprey, has participated in 30 campaigns since 1970. At age 19, he became the country's youngest state representative.[1] Duprey served as chair of the New Hampshire Republican Party four terms.[2]

In 2010, Duprey was named business leader of the year by the Greater Concord Chamber of Congress.[3]

Duprey is a graduate Cornell Law School. His wife is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law, and they have three children.

References[edit]