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NH Executive Council

pappasChris Pappas
Born and raised in Manchester, New Hampshire, Chris’ devotion to this region compelled him to run for Executive Council in 2012. As a small business owner and long-time public servant (and true NH native), Chris is all about practical solutions over political posturing. Visit Chris’ website to learn about his positions on important issues and to see the work he’s already done as Executive Councilor.
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NH Senate

wattersDavid Watters
David was chair of the Strafford County Democratic Committee prior to his election as a State Representative in 2008. As a State Rep, David fought for education funding, economic growth, environmental issues, and marriage equality. When he was re-elected in 2010, he worked to balance the state budget with no new taxes while preserving essential services. When he was elected State Senator in 2012, David vowed to restore civility to Concord. Watters established himself as a pragmatic leader willing to work across party lines to bring people together.
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NH House of Representatives

cilleyJackie Cilley
Jackie was born in Berlin, New Hampshire and has lived in Barrington for over 25 years. As a 15-year business consultant and 20+ year adjunct professor at the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics, her goal is to repair some of the fiscal damage caused by the reckless practice of cost-shifting—a financially unsound practice where conservatives slash spending at the state level only to flip the inevitable bill to the individual property taxpayer. 

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gourgueAmanda Gourgue
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Amanda has lived in Lee for over 30 years. She is the Director of Seacoast main Street and has an impressive background in community and civic service. You can find a great piece on Amanda’s background on her website.
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