Sheriff: Dave Dubois
County Attorney: Tom Velardi
Treasurer: Pamela J. Arnold
Register of Deeds: Catherine Berube
Register of Probate: Cynthia Page Sweeney
County Commissioners: Deanna Rollo, George Maglaras, and Bob Watson
NH Executive Council
Mike Cryans was born and raised in Littleton, New Hampshire, and he’s the real deal when it comes to his dedication to people and his commitment to public service. Mike has served the people of Grafton County for 18 years as County Commissioner. His focus has been growing the economy, protecting taxpayers, and strengthening the Middle Class – the same priorities he will take with him to the Executive Council.
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Anne Grassie has a wealth of experience and knowledge in public policy and service. She has served 20 years as a State Representative and 16 years as a school board member in Rochester, NH. Anne has served as the Chair of the Child Care Advisory Council, Chair of the Somersworth Early Learning Center, she is a 9-year member of the NH Children’s Trust, a founding member of the State Early Learning Alliance, and much more. In a word, she is amazing.
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NH House of Representatives
Bob Perry was first elected to the NH House of Representatives in 2006 where he served 7 years on the House Election-Law Committee. He is dedicated to getting money out of politics and will work to maintain our right to vote, consistent with the N.H. Constitution; sponsor legislation to create an independent redistricting commission to end legalized voter fraud that currently exists through gerrymandered geopolitical districts; green energy and green jobs; health care for all; and fair and equitable funding of public education. Read Bob’s full bio »
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Ellen Phillips is a grandchild of immigrants, neither of whom attended school beyond the 4th grade. Ellen’s working class parents valued education, and Ellen was the first in her family to graduate from college in the 1960’s when state colleges were affordable. Ellen taught school in Rhode Island, Italy and NH and earned a Masters in Reading at UNH. Afterward, Ellen continued her education, taught as a literacy specialist for many years and worked as a literacy consultant. Ellen is active in New Durham, serving on various town committees and the New Durham Democratic Committee as Chair. Presently, Ellen is a member of the Strafford County Democratic Committee. Ellen desires to represent the voters of New Durham and Strafford at the NH State House.