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If the New Hampshire Statehouse was a (very) small town in the Granite State, here's what its demographics would be. (Demographic statistics are based upon The Handbook of NH Elected Officials 2011 & 2012.)

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Religion

Education

Faces of the House

Here’s the current (2011-2012) NH House of Representatives (minus four who provided no photo), broken down by party (Republican, red, and Democrat, blue) and by years in office from the longest-serving, Laura Pantelakos, to our current bumper crop of freshmen. Do you recognize your own reps in this array? Do you even know who your representatives are? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employment

STATE REPS SENATE
Education (47)
Finance (28)
Medicine, Health & Wellness (24)
Real Estate (22)
Self-Employed/Business Owner (21)
Emergency Services (19)
Law (19)
Sales & Retail (19)
Technology (18)
Consulting (17)
Military (16)
Food Services & Hospitality (15)
Engineering (13)
Transportation (11)
Management (10)
Media/Journalism (10)
Government (9)
Small Business (9)
Agriculture (8)
Construction/Contracting (8)
Telecommunications (8)
Infrastructure (7)
Advertising/Marketing (6)
Administration (5)
Homemaker (5)
Law Enforcement/Corrections (5)
Safety/Security (4)
Arts (3)
Landscapers (3)
Manufacturing (3)
Religious Leadership (3)
Research (3)
Architecture (2)
Ironworkers (2)
Volunteer (2)
Human Resources (2)
Animal Services (1)
Handyman (1)
Library Science (1)
Meteorologist (1)
Social Work (1)
Taxi Driver (1)
Typographer/Type Founder (1)
None listed (28)
Disabled (4)
Retired (123)
Student (4)
Education (5)
Business (4)
Consulting (4)
Real Estate (2)
Animal Services (1)
Contracting (1)
Engineering (1)
Finance (1)
Hospitality (1)
Law (1)
Plant Goods (1)
Public Works (1)
Publishing (1)
Religious Leadership (1)
Self-Employed (1)
None listed (2)
Retired (3

 

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