FSP Members in NH State Senate & House, 2017-2018

Free State Project members currently in state elected office, 2017-2018

Please note it is entirely possible there are additional Free State Project members who are serving in state elected office. Free State Project members often hide their FSP affiliation when running for elected office, and sometimes even deny the connection even when it has been well established. This is part of the reason why Granite State Progress researches and publishes a list of Free State Project members running for office.

Position District # First Name Last Name City/Town Party FSP Incumbent
State House BEL 02 Glen Aldrich Gilford Republican X Incumbent
State House BEL 06 Mike Sylvia Belmont Republican X Incumbent
State House CAR 05 Ed Comeau Brookfield Republican X Incumbent
State House GRA 09 Robert Hull Grafton Republican X Incumbent
State House HIL 05 Nathan Glen Dickey New Boston Republican X  New
State House HIL 07 Keith Murphy Bedford Republican X Incumbent
State House HIL 11 Elizabeth Edwards Manchester Democrat X Incumbent
State House HIL 12 Amanda Bouldin Manchester Democrat X Incumbent
State House HIL 21 Dan Hynes Merrimack Republican X  New
State House HIL 37 Andrew Prout Hudson Republican X New
State House HIL 37 Eric Schleien Hudson Republican X Incumbent
State House HIL 40 Keith Ammon New Boston Republican X Incumbent
State House MER 20 Brian Seaworth Pembroke Republican X Incumbent
State House MER 23 JR Hoell Dunbarton Republican Honorary Incumbent
State House MER 29 Carol McGuire Epsom Republican X Incumbent
State House ROC 04 Jess Edwards Auburn Republican X New
State House ROC 04 Jason Osborne Auburn Republican X Incumbent

 * Honorary is an individual who has worked to support the growth of the Free State Project in New Hampshire. Homegrown is a FSP member who would have moved if another state had been selected.

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Download Only FSP Members in 2017-2018 State Senate and House

2017-2018 Total Incumbent New
FSP Electeds 17 13 4

 

 

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