|Strafford 3 District New Hampshire House of Representatives|
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Cyr was a candidate in 2004-2010. His other political experiences include being a member of Public Works and Highway Committee and treasurer of the Strafford Town Democratic Committee.
Cyr attended Southern Maine Technical Institute. Cyr's professional experience includes self-employed administrator of Skilled Trades, Hartford Connecticut Housing Authority Contractor and a veteran of the United States Army.
While in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Cyr served on the following committees:
Cyr did not seek re-election to Strafford 3 in 2010.
On November 4, 2008, Cyr finished sixth for the eight-seat Strafford District 3 in New Hampshire receiving 5,624 votes, behind Democrats Susan Price (New Hampshire)(6,190), Dennis P. Vachon(6,035), Robert Perry(5,864) and Larry Brown(5,717) and Rachel Burke(5,704), and ahead of Democrats Sylvia J. Arcouette(5,409) and Bob Srnec(5,017) and Republicans David A. Bickford(5,576), Carol M. Vita(5,492), George L. Bailey(5,440), Jim Forsythe(5,426), Dunc Chaplin(5,352), David L. Mincin(4,847), and Marty Harty(4,659), and others(20).
|New Hampshire House of Representatives, Strafford District 3|
|Susan Price (New Hampshire) (D)||6,190|
|Dennis Vachon (D)||6,035|
|Robert Perry (D)||5,864|
|Larry Brown (D)||5,717|
|Rachel Burke (D)||5,704|
|James Cyr (D)||5,624|
|David Bickford (R)||5,576|
|Carol Vita (R)||5,492|
|George L. Bailey (R)||5,440|
|Jim Forsythe (R)||5,426|
|Sylvia Arcouette (D)||5,409|
|Dunc Chaplin (R)||5,352|
|Bob Srnec (D)||5,017|
|David Mincin (R)||4,847|
|Marty Harty (R)||4,659|
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|New Hampshire House Strafford 3 District
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