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Osborne has worked as an office manager for the University of New Hampshire Sports Network. Her professional experience also includes substitute teaching and permanent/substitute teaching.
Osborne earned her B.A. from Saint Lawrence University. She and her husband, Richard, have four children; David, Nicholas, Sandra, and Sharon.
While in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Osborne served on the following committees:
Osborne did not seek re-election to Merrimack 12 in 2010.
On November 4, 2008, Osborne won election to the New Hampshire House of Representatives by finishing as the third-place candidate in the election for District 12 of Merrimack County, which sends four representatives to the New Hampshire House. Osborne received 3,310 votes. Other winners from District 12 were Mary Wallner (D) with 3,670 votes, Harold Rice (D) with 3,482 votes, and Rick Watrous (D) with 3,010 votes. The losing candidates in the race were John Kalb (R) with 1,924 votes, Pamela Ean (R) with 1,734 votes, Travis Ingram (R) with 1,562 votes, Garret Ean (R) with 1,462 votes, and Elizabeth Hager (write-in) with 591 votes. Additionally, 13 votes went to "others", presumably write-in candidates. 
Osborne raised $1,450 for her campaign in 2008. Other candidates in the District 12 race (with data available) raised the following amounts: Wallner ($550), Rice ($283), Watrous ($639), Kalb ($15,170), and P. Ean ($1,252).
In 2008, Osborne collected $1,450 in donations. Her five largest donors were as follows:
|Merrimack County Democrats||$500|
|Democratic City Committee||$200|
|State Employees Association of New Hampshire||$200|
|Granite State Teamsters||$100|
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