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2010 Legislative Election Results

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New Hampshire State Senate Election Results

This page contains macro-level election results and analysis for the New Hampshire State Senate. For results in individual contests see our New Hampshire State Senate elections, 2010 page. The following is a breakdown of the state senate before and after the election:

New Hampshire State Senate
Party As of November 1, 2010 After the 2010 Election
     Democratic Party 14 5
     Republican Party 10 19
Total 24 24


What You'll See on This Page

This page will display the following lists of candidates

  • Incumbents who ran on November 2
  • Incumbents who were defeated
  • Challengers who defeated an incumbent
  • Newly elected senators
  • List of all winners
  • Unopposed candidates
  • Third party candidates

State Senate Overview:

  • There were 19 incumbents who ran in the November 2 general election. Only 7 incumbents lost, and thus 12 incumbents were re-elected to the New Hampshire State Senate.
  • No Republican incumbents lost in the general election, while 7 Democratic incumbents lost.
  • There will be 12 new senators sworn-in. Of those 12, none are Democrats and 12 are Republicans
  • Of the 24 seats up for election, 5 were won by Democrats and 19 by Republicans.
  • There were no unopposed candidates.
  • No candidates ran as an independent or third party candidate in the general election.

Incumbency Analysis

Of the 1,167 state senate seats up for election in 2010, incumbents ran for 894 (76.6%) of them. Of these 894, 94 lost their re-election bids, 89 Democrats and 5 Republicans. In New Hampshire, 5 incumbent senators did not run for re-election on the November 2 ballot, while 19 incumbents (79.2%) ran for re-election. Of these 19 incumbents, 7 were defeated. All 7 were Democrats.

Incumbents who ran on November 2

The following is a list of all of the incumbents who ran on the November 2 general election ballot:

Incumbents defeated

The following is a list of incumbents defeated on November 2:


CandidatePartyDistrict
Betsi DeVries
Bette Lasky
Deborah Reynolds
Jacalyn Cilley
Maggie Hassan
Martha Fuller Clark
Peggy Gilmour

Challengers who beat an incumbent

The following is a list of challengers who defeated an incumbent on November 2:


CandidatePartyDistrict
Fenton Groen
Gary Lambert
Jeanie Forrester
Jim Luther
Jim Rausch
Nancy Stiles
Russell Prescott
Tom DeBlois

New State Senators and General Election Winners

388 new senators were elected across the country. This includes challengers who defeated incumbents as well as candidates who won open seats. Of these 388, 278 were Republicans and 110 were Democrats. In New Hampshire, 12 new senators will be sworn-in. Of those 12, none are Democrats and 12 are Republicans. Republicans won all 4 open seat contests. In total, New Hampshire elected 24 senators, 19 Republicans and 5 Democrats.

Newly elected senators

The following are the newly-elected members of the New Hampshire State Senate:

Democratic

There were no newly elected Democrats.

Republican

Open Seat Winners

The following is a list of candidates who won election in seats where no incumbent was running:

Democratic

There were no Democratic open seat winners.

Republican

Candidates who won election

The following is a list of all candidates elected to the New Hampshire State Senate:

Democratic

Republican

Competitiveness

Across the nation, 1,167 state senate seats were up for election in 2010. 1,143 of those seats were partisan seats (24 seats were up for election in Nebraska's nonpartisan unicameral legislature). In 320 (28.0%) of these state senate contests, there was a major party candidate with no major party opposition. In New Hampshire, there were no candidates who did not face major party opposition.

Ballot Access

Across the nation, 140 independent or third party candidates ran for state senate. In New Hampshire, none of the 48 senate candidates ran as an independent or third party candidate.

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New Hampshire State House Election Results

This page contains macro-level election results and analysis for the New Hampshire House of Representatives. For results in individual contests, see our New Hampshire House of Representatives elections, 2010. The following is a breakdown of the state house before and after the election:

New Hampshire House of Representatives
Party As of November 1, 2010 After the 2010 Election
     Democratic Party 216 102
     Republican Party 174 298
     Vacancy 10 -
Total 400 400


What You'll See on This Page

This page will display the following lists of candidates

  • Incumbents who ran on November 2
  • Incumbents who were defeated
  • Challengers who defeated an incumbent
  • Newly elected senators
  • List of all winners
  • Unopposed candidates
  • Third party candidates

State House Overview:

  • No Republican incumbents lost in the general election, while 83 incumbent Democratic incumbent lost.
  • There will be 190 new representatives sworn-in. Of those 190, 22 are Democrats and 168 are Republicans
  • Of the 400 seats up for election, 102 were won by Democrats and 298 by Republicans.
  • 8 candidates were unopposed, 0 Democrats and 8 Republicans.
  • No candidates ran as an independent or third party candidate in the general election.

Incumbency Analysis

Of the 4,958 state house seats up for election, incumbents ran in the general election for 4,091 (79.5%) of them. Of these 4,091 incumbents, 413 lost their re-election bids, 403 Democrats and 10 Republicans. In New Hampshire, 293 (73.3%) incumbents ran for re-election. Of these 293, 83 incumbent representatives were defeated. All 83 incumbents were Democrats.

Incumbents who ran on November 2

The following is a list of all of the incumbents who ran on the November 2 general election ballot:


  1. Alfred Baldasaro
  2. Alfred Lerandeau
  3. Alida Millham
  4. Amy Perkins
  5. Andrew Renzullo
  6. Andrew White
  7. Angeline Kopka
  8. Anne Grassie
  9. Anthony DiFruscia
  10. Anthony Matarazzo
  11. Baldwin Domingo
  12. Barbara French
  13. Barbara McCarthy
  14. Barbara Shaw
  15. Beatriz Pastor
  16. Benjamin Baroody
  17. Bernard Benn
  18. Beth Reever Arsenault
  19. Betsey Patten
  20. Betsy McKinney
  21. Beverly Ann Ferrante
  22. Beverly Rodeschin
  23. Brendon Browne
  24. Brian Poznanski
  25. Brian Rhodes
  26. C. Pennington Brown
  27. Calvin Pratt
  28. Candace Bouchard
  29. Carl Seidel
  30. Carol Friedrich
  31. Carol McGuire
  32. Carol Vita
  33. Carolyn Gargasz
  34. Carolyn Lisle
  35. Carolyn Webber
  36. Catherine Mulholland
  37. Charles McMahon
  38. Charles Weed
  39. Christine Hamm
  40. Christopher Ahlgren
  41. Christopher Nevins
  42. Chuck Townsend
  43. Connie Soucy
  44. Cynthia Sweeney
  45. Dale Sprague
  46. Daniel Carr
  47. Daniel Eaton
  48. Daniel Itse
  49. Daniel Sullivan, New Hampshire Representative
  50. David Bates, New Hampshire Representative
  51. David Bettencourt
  52. David Borden
  53. David Campbell
  54. David Cote
  55. David Hess
  56. David Kidder
  57. David Meader
  58. David Palfrey
  59. David Pierce
  60. David Russell (New Hampshire)
  61. David Watters
  62. David Welch
  63. Deanna Rollo
  64. Deborah Wheeler
  65. Debra DeSimone
  66. Dennis Fields
  67. Dennis Reed
  68. Derek Owen
  69. Dianne Schuett
  70. Dick Hinch
  71. Dino Scala
  72. Don Petterson
  73. Donald Flanders
  74. Donna Schlachman
  75. Edith Hogan
  76. Edmond Gionet
  77. Edward Butler
  78. Edward Moran
  79. Elaine Lauterborn
  80. Elaine Swinford
  81. Elisabeth Sanders
  82. Elizabeth Rodd
  83. Evalyn Merrick
  84. Frances Potter
  85. Frank Case
  86. Frank Davis
  87. Frank Holden
  88. Frank Kotowski
  89. Frank Sapareto
  90. Frank Tupper
  91. Franklin Gould
  92. Franklin Sterling
  93. Gary Daniels
  94. Gary Hopper
  95. Gary Richardson
  96. Gene Chandler
  97. Gene Charron
  98. George Katsiantonis
  99. Gilman Shattuck
  100. Gina Hutchinson
  101. Harold Rice
  102. Henry Parkhurst
  103. Herbert Richardson
  104. Irene Messier
  105. J. David Knox
  106. Jacqueline Cali-Pitts
  107. James Aguiar
  108. James Devine
  109. James Garrity
  110. James Headd
  111. James Pilliod
  112. James Sullivan
  113. Jane Johnson
  114. Janet Wall
  115. Jean Jeudy
  116. Jeffrey Goley
  117. Jeffrey St. Cyr
  118. Jennifer Coffey
  119. Jill Hammond
  120. Jim McClammer
  121. Joan Flurey
  122. Joan Schulze
  123. Joel Winters
  124. John Cebrowski
  125. John Cloutier
  126. John Graham, New Hampshire Representative
  127. John Hikel
  128. John Hunt
  129. John Knowles
  130. John Reagan
  131. John Sedensky
  132. John Tholl
  133. Jordan Ulery
  134. Joseph Fleck
  135. Joseph Hagan
  136. Joy Tilton
  137. Judith Spang
  138. Julie Brown
  139. Karen Hutchinson
  140. Karen Umberger
  141. Kate Miller
  142. Kathleen Hoelzel
  143. Kathleen Russell
  144. Kathleen Taylor
  145. Ken Hawkins
  146. Ken Weyler
  147. Kenneth Gidge
  148. Kenneth Gould
  149. Kenneth Ward
  150. Kevin Hodges
  151. Kimberley Casey
  152. Kris Roberts
  153. Larry Brown, New Hampshire Representative
  154. Larry Gagne
  155. Lars Christiansen
  156. Laura Gandia
  157. Laura Pantelakos
  158. Laurence Rappaport
  159. Laurie Harding
  160. Lawrence Emerton
  161. Lawrence Kappler
  162. Lawrence Perkins
  163. Leigh Webb
  164. Leo Pepino
  165. Liz Merry
  166. Lori Movsesian
  167. Lucinda Rosenwald
  168. Lucy McVitty Weber
  169. Lyle Bulis
  170. Lynne Blankenbeker
  171. Lynne Ober
  172. Marcia Moody
  173. Marilinda Garcia
  174. Mark McConkey
  175. Mark Ryder
  176. Mary Allen
  177. Mary Ann Knowles
  178. Mary Beth Walz
  179. Mary Cooney
  180. Mary Gile
  181. Mary Gorman
  182. Mary Griffin
  183. Mary Jane Wallner
  184. Matthew Quandt
  185. Maureen Mann
  186. Maurice Pilotte
  187. Melanie Levesque
  188. Melissa Lyons
  189. Michael Bartlett
  190. Michael Farley
  191. Michael McCarthy
  192. Michael O'Brien, New Hampshire Representative
  193. Moe Villeneuve
  194. Naida Kaen
  195. Neal Kurk
  196. Nickolas Levasseur
  197. Norman Major
  198. Pamela Hubbard
  199. Pamela Tucker
  200. Patricia Dowling
  201. Patricia McMahon
  202. Patrick Garrity
  203. Patrick Long
  204. Paul Ingbretson
  205. Peter Bolster
  206. Peter Leishman
  207. Peter Ramsey
  208. Peter Schmidt
  209. Peter Silva
  210. Philip Preston
  211. Phyllis Katsakiores
  212. Priscilla Lockwood
  213. Rachel Burke
  214. Ralph Boehm
  215. Raymond Gagnon
  216. Rich DiPentima
  217. Richard Drisko
  218. Richard Stuart, New Hampshire Representative
  219. Rick Ladd
  220. Rick Watrous
  221. Robert Bridgham
  222. Robert Cushing
  223. Robert Elliott
  224. Robert Fesh
  225. Robert Foose
  226. Robert Haefner
  227. Robert Haley
  228. Robert Introne
  229. Robert Mead
  230. Robert Perry
  231. Robert Rowe
  232. Robert Theberge
  233. Robert Thompson, New Hampshire Representative
  234. Robert Walsh
  235. Robert Willette
  236. Robert Williams, New Hampshire Representative
  237. Robin Read
  238. Roger Berube
  239. Roger Hebert
  240. Roland Hofemann
  241. Roland LaPlante
  242. Ronald Belanger
  243. Ronald Boisvert
  244. Ronald Mack
  245. Rose Marie Rogers
  246. Russell Day
  247. Russell Ober
  248. Sandra Keans
  249. Sara Kelly
  250. Seth Marshall
  251. Shannon Chandley
  252. Sharon Nordgren
  253. Shaun Doherty
  254. Shawn Jasper
  255. Sherman Packard
  256. Stephen DeStefano
  257. Stephen Palmer
  258. Stephen Shurtleff
  259. Steve Vaillancourt
  260. Steven Cunningham
  261. Steven Lindsey
  262. Sue Gottling
  263. Susan Almy
  264. Susan Emerson
  265. Susan Ford
  266. Susan Price (New Hampshire)
  267. Susan Wiley
  268. Suzanne Harvey
  269. Suzanne Laliberte
  270. Suzanne Smith
  271. Tara Sad
  272. Terie Norelli
  273. Theodoros Rokas
  274. Thomas Howard
  275. Thomas Katsiantonis
  276. Timothy Comerford
  277. Timothy Soucy
  278. Todd Smith, New Hampshire Representative
  279. Tom Buco
  280. Tony Pellegrino
  281. Valerie Hardy
  282. Walter Kolodziej
  283. Warren Groen
  284. Will Smith (New Hampshire)
  285. William Belvin
  286. William Brennan
  287. William Butynski
  288. William Hatch
  289. William Infantine
  290. William Johnson, New Hampshire Representative
  291. William O'Brien, New Hampshire State Representative
  292. William Remick
  293. Yvonne Thomas

Incumbents defeated

The following is a list of incumbents defeated on November 2:


CandidatePartyDistrict
Angeline Kopka
Anthony DiFruscia
Anthony Matarazzo
Barbara French
Barbara McCarthy
Beth Reever Arsenault
Brian Poznanski
C. Pennington Brown
Carol Friedrich
Carolyn Lisle
Carolyn Webber
Catherine Mulholland
Cynthia Sweeney
Daniel Eaton
David Borden
Deanna Rollo
Deborah Wheeler
Dianne Schuett
Don Petterson
Edward Butler
Elaine Lauterborn
Elizabeth Rodd
Frank Davis
Frank Tupper
George Katsiantonis
Gilman Shattuck
Gina Hutchinson
Jill Hammond
Jim McClammer
Joan Flurey
Joan Schulze
Joel Winters
John Knowles
Joy Tilton
Kate Miller
Kathleen Russell
Kenneth Ward
Kevin Hodges
Kimberley Casey
Larry Brown, New Hampshire Representative
Leigh Webb
Liz Merry
Lori Movsesian
Mark Ryder
Mary Ann Knowles
Mary Beth Walz
Maureen Mann
Melanie Levesque
Melissa Lyons
Michael Bartlett
Michael Farley
Michael O'Brien, New Hampshire Representative
Pamela Hubbard
Patricia McMahon
Peter Leishman
Philip Preston
Rachel Burke
Richard Stuart, New Hampshire Representative
Robert Bridgham
Robert Cushing
Robert Haley
Robert Perry
Robert Thompson, New Hampshire Representative
Robert Walsh
Roger Hebert
Roland LaPlante
Ronald Boisvert
Ronald Mack
Rose Marie Rogers
Sara Kelly
Seth Marshall
Shannon Chandley
Sue Gottling
Susan Ford
Susan Price (New Hampshire)
Susan Wiley
Suzanne Harvey
Suzanne Laliberte
Timothy Soucy
Tom Buco
Valerie Hardy
William Brennan
William Johnson, New Hampshire Representative

Challengers who beat an incumbent

The following is a list of challengers who defeated an incumbent on November 2:


CandidatePartyDistrict
Andrew Manuse
Anne Cartwright
Barry Palmer
Bill O'Connor
Bill Ohm
Bill Tobin
Bob Greemore
Brandon Giuda
Brian Chirichiello
Brian Murphy (New Hampshire)
Brian Seaworth
Bruce MacMahon
Bruce Marcus
Cam DeJong
Carlos Gonzalez
Charles Brosseau
Charles Sova
Cliff Newton
Colette Worsman
Dale Spainhower
David Babson
David Robbins
Dick Patten
Don LeBrun
Donald Andolina
Donald McClarren
Donna Mauro
Duane Erickson
Frank McCarthy
Franklin Tilton
Fred Leonard
Frederick Rice
Gail Barry
Gary Azarian
George Lambert
Gregory Hill
Gregory Sorg
Guy Comtois
Harry Accornero
Harry Merrow
Holly Mecheski
J.R. Hoell
Jack Flanagan
James Coffey
James Summers
James Webb, New Hampshire
Jason Antosz
Jeff Shackett
Jeffrey Oligny
Jerry Bergevin
Jim Belanger
Jim MacKay
Jim Parison
Jim Waddell
Joanne Ward
Joe Duarte
John Burt
John Gimas
John McDonnell
John O'Connor (New Hampshire)
John Sytek
Jonathan Maltz
Joseph Krasucki
Joseph Pitre
Kathleen Cusson-Cail
Kathleen Souza
Kathy Lauer-Rago
Kenneth Kreis
Kenneth Sheffert
Kevin Avard
Kevin Brown
Kevin Reichard
Kevin Sullivan
Kevin Waterhouse
Kristen Larsen
Kyle Jones
Kyle Tasker
Laura Jones
Laurie Pettengill
Laurie Sanborn
Lee Quandt
Lisa Scontsas
Lou Vita
Marie Sapienza
Marjorie Porter
Mark Lindsley
Mark Proulx
Mark Warden
Martin Harty
Matthew Swank
Michael Balboni
Michael Reed
Michael Weeden
Michele Peckham
Mike Ball (New Hampshire)
Norma Greer Champagne
Norman Tregenza
Patricia Lovejoy
Patrick Abrami
Paul Mirski
Paul Simard
Peter Hansen
Phil Greazzo
Philip Munck
Randall Whitehead
Regina Birdsell
Richard Okerman
Robbie Parsons
Robert Fredette
Robert Huxley
Robert Kingsbury
Robert Luther
Robert Malone
Sam Cataldo
Sean Coughlin
Sean Cox
Sean McGuinness
Seth Cohn
Skip Reilly
Spec Bowers
Stephen Stepanek
Steve Winter
Steven Smith, New Hampshire Politician
Susan DeLemus
Tammy Simmons
Thomas Beattie
Thomas Keane
Thomas Laware
Timothy Copeland
Timothy Hogan
Timothy Twombly
Wes Shuler
William Panek
Win Hutchinson

New Representatives and General Election Winners

1,345 new representatives were elected across the country. This includes challengers who defeated incumbents as well as candidates who won open seats. Of these 1,345, 988 were Republicans and 357 were Democrats. In New Hampshire, 191 new representatives will be sworn-in. Of those 190, 22 are Democrats and 168 are Republicans. In the 158 open seat contests, Republicans won 139 and Democrats 19. In total, New Hampshire elected 400 representatives, 298 Republicans and 102 Democrats.

Newly elected representatives

The following are the newly-elected members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives:

Democratic

Republican


  1. Adam Schroadter
  2. Andrew Manuse
  3. Anne Cartwright
  4. Barry Palmer
  5. Bill O'Connor
  6. Bill Ohm
  7. Bill Tobin
  8. Bob Greemore
  9. Brandon Giuda
  10. Brian Chirichiello
  11. Brian Murphy (New Hampshire)
  12. Brian Seaworth
  13. Bruce MacMahon
  14. Bruce Marcus
  15. Cam DeJong
  16. Carlos Gonzalez
  17. Charlene Lovett
  18. Charles Brosseau
  19. Charles Sova
  20. Charlie Moore
  21. Chris Christensen
  22. Cliff Newton
  23. Colette Worsman
  24. Dan McGuire (New Hampshire)
  25. Daniel Donovan (New Hampshire)
  26. Daniel Tamburello
  27. David Babson
  28. David Lundgren
  29. David Robbins
  30. Dick Barry
  31. Don LeBrun
  32. Donald Andolina
  33. Donald McClarren
  34. Donna Mauro
  35. Duane Erickson
  36. Duffy Daugherty
  37. Edwin Smith
  38. Frank McCarthy
  39. Franklin Tilton
  40. Fred Leonard
  41. Frederick Rice
  42. Gail Barry
  43. Gary Azarian
  44. Gary Wheaton
  45. George Lambert
  46. Glenn Ritter
  47. Gregory Hill
  48. Gregory Sorg
  49. Guy Comtois
  50. Harry Accornero
  51. Harry Bartlett Hardwick
  52. Harry Merrow
  53. Holly Mecheski
  54. J.R. Hoell
  55. Jack Flanagan
  56. James Coffey
  57. James Summers
  58. James Webb, New Hampshire
  59. Jason Antosz
  60. Jeanine Notter
  61. Jeff Shackett
  62. Jeffrey Oligny
  63. Jerry Bergevin
  64. Jim Belanger
  65. Jim Parison
  66. Jim Waddell
  67. Joanne Ward
  68. Joe Duarte
  69. John Burt
  70. John Byrnes
  71. John McDonnell
  72. John O'Connor (New Hampshire)
  73. John Sytek
  74. Jon Richardson
  75. Jonathan Maltz
  76. Joseph Krasucki
  77. Joseph Pitre
  78. Joseph Thomas
  79. Joshua Davenport
  80. Kathleen Cusson-Cail
  81. Kathleen Souza
  82. Kathleen Stroud
  83. Kathy Lauer-Rago
  84. Keith Murphy
  85. Kenneth Kreis
  86. Kenneth Sheffert
  87. Kevin Avard
  88. Kevin Brown
  89. Kevin Reichard
  90. Kevin Sullivan
  91. Kevin Waterhouse
  92. Kristen Larsen
  93. Kyle Jones
  94. Kyle Tasker
  95. Laura Jones
  96. Laurie Pettengill
  97. Laurie Sanborn
  98. Lee Quandt
  99. Lenette Peterson
  100. Lester Bradley
  101. Lisa Scontsas
  102. Lou Vita
  103. Marc Tremblay
  104. Marie Sapienza
  105. Mark Lindsley
  106. Mark Proulx
  107. Mark Warden
  108. Martin Harty
  109. Matthew Swank
  110. Michael Balboni
  111. Michael Buxton
  112. Michael Reed
  113. Michael Weeden
  114. Michele Peckham
  115. Mike Ball (New Hampshire)
  116. Molly Smith
  117. Norma Greer Champagne
  118. Norman Tregenza
  119. Patrick Abrami
  120. Paul Brown (New Hampshire)
  121. Paul LaCasse
  122. Paul Mirski
  123. Paul Simard
  124. Peter Hansen
  125. Phil Greazzo
  126. Philip Munck
  127. Randall Whitehead
  128. Randy Brownrigg
  129. Regina Birdsell
  130. Richard Dwinell
  131. Richard Okerman
  132. Robbie Parsons
  133. Robert Fredette
  134. Robert Huxley
  135. Robert Kingsbury
  136. Robert Luther
  137. Robert Malone
  138. Robert Moore (New Hampshire)
  139. Ross Terrio
  140. Sam Cataldo
  141. Sean Coughlin
  142. Sean Cox
  143. Sean McGuinness
  144. Seth Cohn
  145. Skip Reilly
  146. Spec Bowers
  147. Stella Tremblay
  148. Stephanie Eaton
  149. Stephen Stepanek
  150. Steve Schmidt
  151. Steve Winter
  152. Steven Smith, New Hampshire Politician
  153. Susan DeLemus
  154. Tammy Simmons
  155. Thomas Beattie
  156. Thomas Keane
  157. Thomas Laware
  158. Timothy Copeland
  159. Timothy Hogan
  160. Timothy Twombly
  161. Tony Soltani
  162. Tyler Simpson
  163. Wes Shuler
  164. William Condra
  165. William Panek
  166. Win Hutchinson

Open Seat Winners

The following is a list of candidates who won election in seats where no incumbent was running:

Democratic

Republican

Candidates who won election

The following is a list of all candidates elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives:

Democratic


  1. Alfred Lerandeau
  2. Andrew White
  3. Andy Schmidt
  4. Anne Grassie
  5. Baldwin Domingo
  6. Barbara Shaw
  7. Beatriz Pastor
  8. Benjamin Baroody
  9. Benjamin Lefebvre
  10. Bernard Benn
  11. Brendon Browne
  12. Brian Rhodes
  13. Bruce Tatro
  14. Candace Bouchard
  15. Charles Weed
  16. Christine Hamm
  17. Christopher Serlin
  18. Chuck Townsend
  19. Cynthia Chase
  20. Dale Spainhower
  21. Dale Sprague
  22. Daniel Carr
  23. Daniel Sullivan, New Hampshire Representative
  24. David Campbell
  25. David Cote
  26. David Meader
  27. David Pierce
  28. David Watters
  29. Derek Owen
  30. Dick Patten
  31. Donna Schlachman
  32. Dorothea Hooper
  33. Evalyn Merrick
  34. Frances Potter
  35. Franklin Gould
  36. Gary Coulombe
  37. Gary Richardson
  38. Gladys Johnsen
  39. Harold Rice
  40. Helen Deloge
  41. Henry Parkhurst
  42. Jacqueline Cali-Pitts
  43. James Aguiar
  44. James Powers
  45. Janet Wall
  46. Jean Jeudy
  47. Jeffrey Goley
  48. Jenna Roberts
  49. Jim MacKay
  50. John Cloutier
  51. John Gimas
  52. Judith Spang
  53. June Frazer
  54. Kathleen Taylor
  55. Kenneth Gidge
  56. Kris Roberts
  57. Laura Pantelakos
  58. Laurie Harding
  59. Lucinda Rosenwald
  60. Lucy McVitty Weber
  61. Marcia Moody
  62. Marjorie Porter
  63. Marsha Pelletier
  64. Mary Cooney
  65. Mary Gile
  66. Mary Gorman
  67. Mary Jane Wallner
  68. Maurice Pilotte
  69. Michael Brunelle
  70. Naida Kaen
  71. Nickolas Levasseur
  72. Patricia Lovejoy
  73. Patrick Garrity
  74. Patrick Long
  75. Peter Ramsey
  76. Peter Schmidt
  77. Phil Ginsburg
  78. Raymond Gagnon
  79. Rich DiPentima
  80. Rick Watrous
  81. Robert Foose
  82. Robert Theberge
  83. Robert Williams, New Hampshire Representative
  84. Robin Read
  85. Roger Berube
  86. Roland Hofemann
  87. Sam Hawkes
  88. Sandra Keans
  89. Sharon Nordgren
  90. Stephen DeStefano
  91. Stephen Shurtleff
  92. Steven Lindsey
  93. Susan Almy
  94. Suzanne Smith
  95. Tara Sad
  96. Terie Norelli
  97. Theodoros Rokas
  98. Thomas Katsiantonis
  99. William Butynski
  100. William Hatch
  101. Yvonne Thomas

Republican


  1. Adam Schroadter
  2. Alfred Baldasaro
  3. Alida Millham
  4. Amy Perkins
  5. Andrew Manuse
  6. Andrew Renzullo
  7. Anne Cartwright
  8. Barry Palmer
  9. Betsey Patten
  10. Betsy McKinney
  11. Beverly Ann Ferrante
  12. Beverly Rodeschin
  13. Bill O'Connor
  14. Bill Ohm
  15. Bill Tobin
  16. Bob Greemore
  17. Brandon Giuda
  18. Brian Chirichiello
  19. Brian Murphy (New Hampshire)
  20. Brian Seaworth
  21. Bruce MacMahon
  22. Bruce Marcus
  23. Calvin Pratt
  24. Cam DeJong
  25. Carl Seidel
  26. Carlos Gonzalez
  27. Carol McGuire
  28. Carol Vita
  29. Carolyn Gargasz
  30. Charlene Lovett
  31. Charles Brosseau
  32. Charles McMahon
  33. Charles Sova
  34. Charlie Moore
  35. Chris Christensen
  36. Christopher Ahlgren
  37. Christopher Nevins
  38. Cliff Newton
  39. Colette Worsman
  40. Connie Soucy
  41. Dan McGuire (New Hampshire)
  42. Daniel Donovan (New Hampshire)
  43. Daniel Itse
  44. Daniel Tamburello
  45. David Babson
  46. David Bates, New Hampshire Representative
  47. David Bettencourt
  48. David Hess
  49. David Kidder
  50. David Lundgren
  51. David Palfrey
  52. David Robbins
  53. David Russell (New Hampshire)
  54. David Welch
  55. Debra DeSimone
  56. Dennis Fields
  57. Dennis Reed
  58. Dick Barry
  59. Dick Hinch
  60. Dino Scala
  61. Don LeBrun
  62. Donald Andolina
  63. Donald Flanders
  64. Donald McClarren
  65. Donna Mauro
  66. Duane Erickson
  67. Duffy Daugherty
  68. Edith Hogan
  69. Edmond Gionet
  70. Edward Moran
  71. Edwin Smith
  72. Elaine Swinford
  73. Elisabeth Sanders
  74. Frank Case
  75. Frank Holden
  76. Frank Kotowski
  77. Frank McCarthy
  78. Frank Sapareto
  79. Franklin Sterling
  80. Franklin Tilton
  81. Fred Leonard
  82. Frederick Rice
  83. Gail Barry
  84. Gary Azarian
  85. Gary Daniels
  86. Gary Hopper
  87. Gary Wheaton
  88. Gene Chandler
  89. Gene Charron
  90. George Lambert
  91. Glenn Ritter
  92. Gregory Hill
  93. Gregory Sorg
  94. Guy Comtois
  95. Harry Accornero
  96. Harry Bartlett Hardwick
  97. Harry Merrow
  98. Herbert Richardson
  99. Holly Mecheski
  100. Irene Messier
  101. J.R. Hoell
  102. J. David Knox
  103. Jack Flanagan
  104. James Coffey
  105. James Devine
  106. James Headd
  107. James Pilliod
  108. James Sullivan
  109. James Summers
  110. James Webb, New Hampshire
  111. Jane Johnson
  112. Jason Antosz
  113. Jeanine Notter
  114. Jeff Shackett
  115. Jeffrey Oligny
  116. Jeffrey St. Cyr
  117. Jennifer Coffey
  118. Jerry Bergevin
  119. Jim Belanger
  120. Jim Parison
  121. Jim Waddell
  122. Joanne Ward
  123. Joe Duarte
  124. John Burt
  125. John Byrnes
  126. John Cebrowski
  127. John Graham, New Hampshire Representative
  128. John Hikel
  129. John Hunt
  130. John McDonnell
  131. John O'Connor (New Hampshire)
  132. John Reagan
  133. John Sedensky
  134. John Sytek
  135. John Tholl
  136. Jon Richardson
  137. Jonathan Maltz
  138. Jordan Ulery
  139. Joseph Fleck
  140. Joseph Hagan
  141. Joseph Krasucki
  142. Joseph Pitre
  143. Joseph Thomas
  144. Joshua Davenport
  145. Julie Brown
  146. Karen Hutchinson
  147. Karen Umberger
  148. Kathleen Cusson-Cail
  149. Kathleen Hoelzel
  150. Kathleen Souza
  151. Kathleen Stroud
  152. Kathy Lauer-Rago
  153. Keith Murphy
  154. Ken Hawkins
  155. Ken Weyler
  156. Kenneth Gould
  157. Kenneth Kreis
  158. Kenneth Sheffert
  159. Kevin Avard
  160. Kevin Brown
  161. Kevin Reichard
  162. Kevin Sullivan
  163. Kevin Waterhouse
  164. Kristen Larsen
  165. Kyle Jones
  166. Kyle Tasker
  167. Larry Gagne
  168. Lars Christiansen
  169. Laura Gandia
  170. Laura Jones
  171. Laurence Rappaport
  172. Laurie Pettengill
  173. Laurie Sanborn
  174. Lawrence Emerton
  175. Lawrence Kappler
  176. Lawrence Perkins
  177. Lee Quandt
  178. Lenette Peterson
  179. Leo Pepino
  180. Lester Bradley
  181. Lisa Scontsas
  182. Lou Vita
  183. Lyle Bulis
  184. Lynne Blankenbeker
  185. Lynne Ober
  186. Marc Tremblay
  187. Marie Sapienza
  188. Marilinda Garcia
  189. Mark Lindsley
  190. Mark McConkey
  191. Mark Proulx
  192. Mark Warden
  193. Martin Harty
  194. Mary Allen
  195. Mary Griffin
  196. Matthew Quandt
  197. Matthew Swank
  198. Michael Balboni
  199. Michael Buxton
  200. Michael McCarthy
  201. Michael Reed
  202. Michael Weeden
  203. Michele Peckham
  204. Mike Ball (New Hampshire)
  205. Moe Villeneuve
  206. Molly Smith
  207. Neal Kurk
  208. Norma Greer Champagne
  209. Norman Major
  210. Norman Tregenza
  211. Pamela Tucker
  212. Patricia Dowling
  213. Patrick Abrami
  214. Paul Brown (New Hampshire)
  215. Paul Ingbretson
  216. Paul LaCasse
  217. Paul Mirski
  218. Paul Simard
  219. Peter Hansen
  220. Peter Silva
  221. Phil Greazzo
  222. Philip Munck
  223. Phyllis Katsakiores
  224. Priscilla Lockwood
  225. Ralph Boehm
  226. Randall Whitehead
  227. Randy Brownrigg
  228. Regina Birdsell
  229. Richard Drisko
  230. Richard Dwinell
  231. Richard Okerman
  232. Rick Ladd
  233. Robbie Parsons
  234. Robert Elliott
  235. Robert Fesh
  236. Robert Fredette
  237. Robert Haefner
  238. Robert Huxley
  239. Robert Introne
  240. Robert Kingsbury
  241. Robert Luther
  242. Robert Malone
  243. Robert Mead
  244. Robert Moore (New Hampshire)
  245. Robert Rowe
  246. Robert Willette
  247. Ronald Belanger
  248. Ross Terrio
  249. Russell Day
  250. Russell Ober
  251. Sam Cataldo
  252. Sean Coughlin
  253. Sean Cox
  254. Sean McGuinness
  255. Seth Cohn
  256. Shaun Doherty
  257. Shawn Jasper
  258. Sherman Packard
  259. Skip Reilly
  260. Spec Bowers
  261. Stella Tremblay
  262. Stephanie Eaton
  263. Stephen Palmer
  264. Stephen Stepanek
  265. Steve Schmidt
  266. Steve Vaillancourt
  267. Steve Winter
  268. Steven Cunningham
  269. Steven Smith, New Hampshire Politician
  270. Susan DeLemus
  271. Susan Emerson
  272. Tammy Simmons
  273. Thomas Beattie
  274. Thomas Howard
  275. Thomas Keane
  276. Thomas Laware
  277. Timothy Comerford
  278. Timothy Copeland
  279. Timothy Hogan
  280. Timothy Twombly
  281. Todd Smith, New Hampshire Representative
  282. Tony Pellegrino
  283. Tony Soltani
  284. Tyler Simpson
  285. Walter Kolodziej
  286. Warren Groen
  287. Wes Shuler
  288. Will Smith (New Hampshire)
  289. William Belvin
  290. William Condra
  291. William Infantine
  292. William O'Brien, New Hampshire State Representative
  293. William Panek
  294. William Remick
  295. Win Hutchinson

Competitiveness

Across the nation, 4,958 state house seats were up for election in 2010. In 1,680 (33.9%) of these state house contests, there was a major party candidate with no major party opposition. In New Hampshire, 8 candidates (2.0% of all seats) faced no major party opposition. All 8 of these candidates were Republicans.

Unopposed candidates in general election

The following candidates did not face major party competition:

Democratic

No Democratic candidates went unopposed.

Republican

Ballot Access

In New Hampshire, none of the 735 house candidates ran as independent or third party candidates.