Elected Officials - NH Senate
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.
The Democratic party currently holds a majority in the New Hampshire Senate, with Sen. Donna Soucy serving as Senate president.
Below you can explore the current state senator for each district.