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Peter Kucmas

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Peter Kucmas
Candidate for
New Hampshire House Hillsborough District 4

Political party Republican
Website Campaign page
Peter Kucmas was a Republican candidate in the May 17 special election for the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hillsborough 4. The special election was called to fill a vacancy created when Robert Mead (R) resigned to accept a position as Chief of Staff for House Speaker William O'Brien (R).

Kucmas is a resident of New Boston where he lives with wife, Tammy, and their children. Kucmas' parents escaped from socialist Czechoslovakia but were forced to flee without their children. In 1975, his father was able to negotiate the emigration of Kucmas, his sister, and grandmother.[1]

Campaign themes

Kucmas discusses his policy positions in this interview with local media:[2]


Peter Kucmas interview on N.H. Politics with John Burt.[3]



















Elections

2011

See also: State legislative special elections, 2011

Kucmas was defeated by Jennifer Daler (R) in the May 17 special election by a 1,401 to 1,007 margin.[4][5]

Contact

Phone: 603.487.1079

Email: peter_kucmas@comcast.net

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