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Richard Stuart, New Hampshire Representative
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Stuart's professional experience includes candidate for New Hampshire State House of Representatives, Belknap 7 District in 2000 and Belknap 30 District in 2002; Supervisor of Checklist, Laconia, New Hampshire, Ward 5 from 1996-1998; as well as pastoral psychotherapist, associate paster, and pastor.
Stuart earned his MDiv and DMin from Andover-Newton, Theological School and his MED from University of New Hampshire. He and his wife, Ruth, have one child; Elizabeth Anne.
While in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Stuart served on the following committees:
Stuart failed to advance past the November 2, 2010, general election.
Stuart advanced past the September 14 primary election. He faced incumbent Beth Reever Arsenault (D), incumbent Donald Flanders (R), David Stamps (D), Ed Allard (D), Maureen Baxley (D), Franklin Tilton (R), Robert Luther (R), Robert Kingsbury (R), and Harry Accornero (R) in the November 2 general election.
On November 4, 2008, Stuart ran for the Belknap District 4 of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, winning the fifth of five seats with 3,337 votes, behind Judith Reever(D) with 3,722 votes, Donald Flanders (R) with 3,511 votes, and Beth Reever Arsenault with 3,498 votes, tying John Veazey (R) with 3,337 votes, and ahead of Glen Dewhirst (R) with 3,305 votes, James Anderson (R) with 3,167 votes, Thomas Brown Jr. (R) with 3,120 votes, Benjamin Arsenault (D) with 3,023 votes, Edwin Allard (D) with 2,879 votes, and 44 votes for others.
- New Hampshire House of Representatives - Rep. Richard Stuart
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2002, 2000, 1998
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