|New Hampshire House of Representatives Hillsborough 7|
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Hodges failed to advance past the November 2, 2010, general election.
Hodges advanced past the September 14 primary election. H2010 electionse faced Reta MacGregor (D), incumbent Lawrence Emerton (R), incumbent Neal Kurk (R), incumbent John Hikel (R), incumbent Russell Day (R), incumbent Gary Hopper (R), incumbent Calvin Pratt (R), Timothy McKernan (D), Benjamin Hampton (D), Derek Winsor (D), LeRoy Marcroft (D), Ellen Dokton (D), Susan Winsor (D), Mark Warden (R), and John Burt (R) in the November 2 general election.
On November 4, 2008, Hodges was elected by finishing seventh in the Hillsborough 7 District of the New Hampshire House of Representatives taking one of the eight potential seats there. Hodhes (5,040) finished behind Randolph Holden (5,924), Neal Kurk (5,868), Lawrence Emerton (5,711), Gary Hopper (5,478), Russell Day (5,272), and John Hikel (5,263). He was followed by Calvin Pratt (4,914), David Martin (4,836), Katelyn Karens (4,727), Stephen Brozowski (4,351), Becky McMennamin (4,231), Leigh Douglass (3,981), Derek Winsor (3,829), Benjamin Hampton (3,527), George McMennamin (3,516), Lisa Wilber (2,242), and others (17) who were presumably write-ins. Hodges raised $3,900 for his campaign fund.
In 2008 Hodges raised $3,900 in campaign donations. Hodges contributed $485 of that personally. His top three donors are listed below.
|Richardson for Governor||$500|
While in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hodges served on the following committees:
- New Hampshire House of Representatives
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008
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