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New Hampshire Republican Party

New Hampshire Republican Party
Chairman Wayne MacDonald
Founded 1853
Headquarters 10 Water St.,
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
Ideology Conservatism (American),
Fiscal conservatism,
Economic liberalism,
Internal factions:
Libertarianism,
Classical liberalism,
Social conservatism
National affiliation Republican Party
Colors Red (unofficial)
Seats in the Upper House
Seats in the Lower House
Website
Politics of the United States
Political parties
Elections

The New Hampshire Republican State Committee is the affiliate of the United States Republican Party in New Hampshire. The Republican Executive Committee is headed by Chairman Jennifer Horn.

Current elected officials

The New Hampshire Republican Party holds a majority in the New Hampshire Senate and is in the minority in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Republicans hold one of the state's U.S. Senate seats and neither of the state's two U.S. House seats.

The Republican Party of New Hampshire derives its platform from their preamble: "We, New Hampshire Republicans, are united by our belief in God, individual liberty, personal responsibility, limited government, limited spending, limited taxes, economic opportunity, homeland security, compassion for the truly needy, and our confidence in the strength of families, place of worship, communitites, and volunteerism."[1]

New Hampshire is proudly the birthplace of the Republican Party, or "The Grand Old Party", which was established in New Hampshire on October 12, 1853.[1]

The New Hampshire Republican Party sets its ideology on a set of main goals or principles, including protecting the fundamental rights of the people enhancing their freedom, promotion of limited government and citizen accountability, electing candidates upholding the moral standards of the party in office, and abiding by the constitutions of the United States and of New Hampshire.[1]

Members of Congress

U.S. Senate

  • Kelly Ayotte was the first woman to be appointed as State's Attorney General in 2004. She was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2010 by a 60% vote. Senator Ayotte serves on the Armed Forces, Budget, and Commerce and Small Business Committees. She is a ranking member in the Armed Forces Committee.[2]

State Legislature

Executive Committee

  • Chairman: Jennifer Horn
  • Vice chairman: J.P. Marzullo
  • National committeewoman: Juliana Bergeron
  • National Committeeman: Stephen Duprey
  • Treasurer: Robert Scott
  • Assistant treasurer: Eileen Smiglowski
  • Secretary: Diane Bitter
  • Assistant secretary: Fran Wendelboe[1]

Former chairpersons

Former Chairpersons of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee

  • Wayne MacDonald
  • Jack Kimball
  • John H. Sununu
  • Fergus Cullen[1]
  • Wayne Semprini
  • Warren Henderson
  • Jayne Millerick
  • Stephen Duprey
  • John Stabile

Notes

External links

  • New Hampshire Republican State Committee


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