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John DeJoie (b. July 2, 1959) is a former Democratic member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. He represented the Merrimack 11 District from 2002-2010. DeJoie has also been a state committee member in the New Hampshire Democratic Party, chair for the Merrimack County Democrats and Concord Democratic Committee.
DeJoie is a retired firefighter, previously employed by the Concord Fire Department. His other professional experiences include group home coordinator, director, ER clinician, assistant director, chief budget officer, computer programmer, and computer consultant.
DeJoie earned a BA is sociology/history/political science from North Adams State College and a MSW in social work from Simmons College, School of Social Work. He and his wife, Linda, have two children; Katharine and Evan.
DeJoie did not seek re-election to Merrimack 11 in 2010.
On November 4, 2008, DeJoie won election to the New Hampshire House of Representatives by finishing as one of the top five finishers in the election for District 11 of Merrimack County. DeJoie received 3,766 votes. The other candidates who won election from District 11 were Tara Reardon with 5,176 votes, Bob Williams with 4,104 votes, Candace Bouchard with 4,263 votes, and Michael Bartlett with 3,672 votes. All of the winning candidates from District 11 were Democrats. Losing candidates included Jim Mackay (3,478 votes), Jeff Newman (2,243), Lynne Blankenbecker (2,703), Margaret Carnahan (2,111), Elizabeth A. Cheney (2,600), Hager (46), and 21 votes were cast for other candidates, presumably write-ins. 
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