Charlotte Houde Quimby
|Charlotte Houde Quimby|
|Sullivan 1 District|
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| Term in office ended|
Quimby's professional experience includes chair of Maternal Child Health for Yale University School of Nursing; nurse-midwife; nurse-midwifery service director; women's health coordinator; senior technical advisor for the American College of Nurse Midwives; consultant for the University of Alabama AIDS International Training Program; independent nurse/midwife/consultant; senior associate of Emory University School of Nursing; visiting senior associate for Emory University Lillian Carter Center for International Nursing; and workshop leader for Centering Pregnancy and Parenting.
Quimby earned her BSN in nursing from Saint Anselm College; MSN in nurse/midwifery from Yale University School of Nursing; and a certificate in geographic medicine from Case Western Reserve University. She and her husband, William C., have six children; Robert, John, David, Matthew, Judith, and Beth.
Quimby did not seek re-election to Sullivan 1 in 2010.
On November 4, 2008, Quimby finished first for the two-seat Sullivan 1 District in New Hampshire receiving 2,540 votes, ahead of Democrat Carla Skinder(2,127), and Republicans Laura Stiller Ward(1,639) and Michael Drye(1,503).
Quimby raised $2,565 toward her campaign.
|New Hampshire House of Representatives, Sullivan 1 District|
|Charlotte Houde Quimby (D)||2,540|
|Carla Skinder (D)||2,127|
|Laura Stiller Ward||1,639|
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