|Rockingham 8 District of the New Hampshire House of Representatives|
| Assumed office|
| Current term ends|
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Ken Weyler is a Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. He has represented the Rockingham 8 District since winning a special election in January 2010 to replace Don Van Patten.
Weyler represented the New Hampshire House of Representatives, District Rockingham 8 from 1990-2008 and was a candidate in 2008. His political experiences also include assistant minority leader, New Hampshire State House of Representatives; and being a chair and member of the Kingston Planning Board.
Weyler's professional experiences include first officer, captain, and pilot of American Airlines; an officer pilot in the United States Air Force; and an officer of the United States Air Force Reserve.
Weyler earned his BS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He and his wife, Carol, have three children; Elizabeth, Kenneth, and Donald.
In January of 2010, Weyler won a special election. He had run and lost in 2008, finishing eighth out of eleven candidates for the seven-seat Rockingham District 8 of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, receiving 4,881 votes in the recount, down from 4,898.
|New Hampshire House of Representatives, Rockingham District 8|
|Norman Major (R)||6,218|
|Roger Wells (R)||5,594|
|David Welch (R)||5,550|
|John Sedensky (R)||5,037|
|Don Van Patten (R)||4,881|
|John Flanders (R)||5,041|
|Melissa Lyons (D)||4,910|
|Ken Weyler (R)||4,881|
Don Van Patten
|New Hampshire House of Representatives Rockingham 8
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