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United States House of Representatives

Chris Pappas
Born and raised in Manchester, New Hampshire, Chris’ devotion to this region compelled him to run for public service. He was Executive Council since 2012 and then ran for Congress in 2018. 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.
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County Officers:

Sheriff: David G. Dubois
County Attorney: Thomas P. Velardi
County Treasurer: Pamel J. Arnold
Register of Deeds: Catherine A. Berube
Register of Probate: Catherine Page Sweeney
County Commissioners: Deanna S. Rollo, George Maglaras, Robert J. Watson

NH Senate

clarkMartha Fuller Clark
Martha Fuller Clark is a highly successful and skilled legislator, and she is an excellent spokesperson for the people she represents. First elected to the NH Senate in 2008, Senator Clark was re-elected in 2012 by over 11,000 votes – the largest margin of victory for any contested candidate in the 2012 NH Senate elections and has been serving us well ever since!

Go to Martha Fuller Clark’s website to read her plan for the coming term.

NH House of Representatives

Jeffrey C. Salloway
Jeffrey Colman Salloway is a Professor of Health Management and Policy at UNH. He holds the Ph.D. in sociology from Boston University and did post doctoral study at Tufts Medical School. Jeffrey has been serving Lee in the NH House since 2016 where he serves on the Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee and the Commission to Study Environmentally-Triggered Chronic Illness. Salloway also cosponsored HCR13, condemning hate crimes and any other form of racism in New Hampshire. This bill was passed and adopted in 2018.

Amanda Gourgue
Amanda Gourgue has over twenty years of experience within hospitality and nonprofit organizations. Currently, she is an Executive Director at Belknap Mill Society and recently received her NH Real Estate License. Amanda has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Hotel/Restaurant Management from Johnson & Wales University, a Master’s of Business Administration degree with a focus in Sustainability from Antioch University and a Masters of Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School. In addition, she is a board member with New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions, Chair of the Lee Democratic Committee, a member of the Lee Conservation and Agricultural Commissions and serves as a State Representative for Strafford County, District 25 (Barrington/Lee).
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