The New Hampshire Senate represents one half of the New Hampshire Legislature, officially named the New Hampshire General Court. There are 24 state Senate voting districts, each electing a single senator. This means there is one state senator for roughly every 55,000 New Hampshire residents.
New Hampshire state senators serve a two-year term. There are no term limits, so an official may hold their office for as many terms as they can get re-elected. They are paid a salary of $200 for the full two-year term, plus a reimbursement for mileage for travel to and from Concord, making it essentially a volunteer position.
Below are links to each of the 24 NH Senate districts, including details on currently elected officials who take office Dec. 7, 2022 after winning the Nov. 8, 2022 election.