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|New Hampshire House of Representatives Hillsborough District 19|
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In May 2010, he announced he would not be seeking re-election in the fall, stating, "I have tried to do the best I could to help the people of Merrimack, and I want to thank them for trusting me all of these years."
L'Heureux is a retired mechanic "A" group leader. His professional experience also includes the New Hampshire Air National Guard. L'Heureux attended Automotive Technical Schools. He and his wife, Fran, have three children.
While in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, L'Heureux served on the following committees:
L'Heureux did not seek re-election to Hillsborough 19 in 2010.
On November 4, 2008, L'Heureux was re-elected by finishing first for the eight-seat Hillsborough District 19 of the New Hampshire House of Representatives receiving 7,899 votes, ahead of Republicans Peter Batula (7,007), D.L. Christensen (6,653), Tony Pellegrino (6,606), Dick Hinch (6,521), and Peyton Hinkle (6,442), Democrat James O'Neil (6,105), Republicans Nancy Elliott (6,047) and Richard Barry (6,025), Democrats Rose Arthur (5,250), Andrew Sylvia (5,013), Kimberly Kojak (4,843), Ilene Therrien (4,303), Richard Arthur (4,126), and Evan Fulmer (3,740). 
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