Elected Officials - NH House
The New Hampshire House of Representatives represents one half of New Hampshire's Legislature, which is officially called the New Hampshire General Court. The House has 400 members across 204 voting districts. That means there is one state representative for roughly every 3,300 people in the Granite State. This makes the New Hampshire Legislature the second-largest governing body in the United States. Only Congress itself is bigger.
Representatives are elected by the voters of their district every two years. There are no term limits. They are paid a salary of $200 for the whole two-year term, plus a reimbursement for mileage for traveling to and from sessions and committee meetings in Concord. Those pay rates have been a subject of debate.
The Democratic party currently holds a majority in the New Hampshire House. Rep. Steve Shurtleff serves as the House Speaker.
Below, you can explore the current state representatives for New Hampshire's various districts.