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Brownrigg advanced past the September 14 primary election.  She faces incumbent [[Mary Ann Knowles]] (D), incumbent [[John Knowles]] (D), incumbent [[Valerie Hardy]] (D), incumbent [[Shaun Doherty]] (R), incumbent [[Lynne Ober]] (R), incumbent [[Ralph Boehm]] (R), incumbent [[Shawn Jasper]] (R), incumbent [[Lars Christiansen]] (R), incumbent [[Russell Ober]] (R), incumbent [[Laura Gandia]] (R), incumbent [[Robert Haefner]] (R), incumbent [[Jordan Ulery]] (R), incumbent [[Andrew Renzullo]] (R), [[Hal Lynde]] (D), [[Sandy Amlaw]] (D), [[SallyAnne Jeglinski]] (D), [[Richard Ingram]] (D), [[Vivian McGuire]] (D), [[Ann Clark-Balcom]] (D), [[James Caron]] (D), [[Alejandro Urrutia]] (D), [[Stuart Schneiderman]] (D), [[George Lambert]] (R), [[Jonathan Maltz]] (R), and [[Kevin Riley]] (D)  in the November 2 general election.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:28, 11 October 2010

Randy Brownrigg
Candidate for
New Hampshire State House, Hillsborough 27

Political party Republican
Randy Brownrigg is a Republican candidate for Hillsborough 27 of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. The primary election was on September 14, 2010 and the general election is on November 2.

Elections

See also: New Hampshire House of Representatives elections, 2010

Brownrigg advanced past the September 14 primary election. She faces incumbent Mary Ann Knowles (D), incumbent John Knowles (D), incumbent Valerie Hardy (D), incumbent Shaun Doherty (R), incumbent Lynne Ober (R), incumbent Ralph Boehm (R), incumbent Shawn Jasper (R), incumbent Lars Christiansen (R), incumbent Russell Ober (R), incumbent Laura Gandia (R), incumbent Robert Haefner (R), incumbent Jordan Ulery (R), incumbent Andrew Renzullo (R), Hal Lynde (D), Sandy Amlaw (D), SallyAnne Jeglinski (D), Richard Ingram (D), Vivian McGuire (D), Ann Clark-Balcom (D), James Caron (D), Alejandro Urrutia (D), Stuart Schneiderman (D), George Lambert (R), Jonathan Maltz (R), and Kevin Riley (D) in the November 2 general election.

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