New Hampshire General Court

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State Senate

Elected every two years. A list of districts is available. State legislative districts may not be identical for 2002 and 2004 elections, pending a court decision on the constitutionality of off-year redistricting. Currently consists of 10 Republicans and 14 Democrats.

DistrictRepresentativePartyResidenceFirst Elected
1John GallusRepublicanBerlin2002
2Deborah ReynoldsDemocratPlymouth2006
3Joseph KenneyRepublicanUnion2002
4Kathleen SgambatiDemocratTilton2006
5Peter BurlingDemocratCornish2004
6Jacalyn CilleyDemocratBarrington2006
7Harold JanewayDemocratWebster2006
8Bob OdellRepublicanLempster2002
9Sheila RobergeRepublicanBedford1984
10Molly KellyDemocratKeene2006
11Peter BragdonRepublicanMilford2004
12David GottesmanDemocratNashua2004
13Joseph FosterDemocratNashua2002
14Robert Clegg, Jr.RepublicanHudson2002
15Sylvia LarsenDemocratConcord1994
16Theodore GatsasRepublicanManchester2000
17John Barnes, Jr.RepublicanRaymond2000 (1992-1998)
18Betsi DeVriesDemocratManchester2006
19Robert LetourneauRepublicanDerry2004
20Lou D'AllesandroDemocratManchester1998
21Iris EstabrookDemocratDurham2002
22Michael DowningRepublicanSalem2006
23Margaret Wood HassanDemocratExeter2004
24Martha Fuller ClarkDemocratPortsmouth2004

State House of Representatives

There are four hundred members of the State House, the second-largest legislative body in the nation (after the 435-member U.S. House of Representatives). A list of representatives is located here.

The Democrats are the current majority party.

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