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2022 US House Primary

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The list below shows the candidates who have filed with the FEC to run for New Hampshire's two US House districts. Those who win their party's nomination on September 13, 2022 will go on to the general election in November. 

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District 1

Represents the southeastern part of New Hampshire. The district consists of three general areas: Greater Manchester, the Seacoast and the Lakes Region.

Democrat
Christopher Pappas  (incumbent)
Democrat

Representative, U.S. House of Representatives (2018 - present); Executive Councilor (2012 - 2018); Representative, NH House of Representatives (2002 - 2006); Co-Owner, Puritan Backroom Restaurant; Treasurer, Hillsborough County

Republican
Julian Acciard
Julian Acciard   
Republican

United States Marine Corps military policeman; DOD contractor, Pease Air National Guard Base; regional manager, commercial cleaning company (family business)

Tim Baxter
Tim Baxter   
Republican

Representative, NH House of Representatives (2020 - present); small business owner

Robert Burns   
Republican

Hillsborough County Deputy Treasurer; owner, Burns Automation; Manchester Selectman; National Youth Coalition Chair, Donald Trump for President

Gail Huff Brown
Gail Huff Brown   
Republican

30-year television reporter; realtor

Karoline Leavitt
Karoline Leavitt   
Republican

Director of Communications, U.S. House of Representatives (2021-present); Assistant Press Secretary, Executive Office of the President (May 2020 - January 2021); Presidential Writer, Executive Office of the President (2019 - January 2021); Producer, WMUR (2016 - 2019)

Matt Mowers   
Republican

President, Matt Mowers, LLC (2019 - present); Chief of Staff & Chief Policy Officer (S/GAC), U.S. Department of State (2017 - 2019); National Field Coordinator and Battleground States Director (2016); Senior Aide, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie

District 2

Represents the western and northern parts of New Hampshire. The district includes the state's second-largest city, Nashua, as well as the state capital, Concord.

Democrat
Ann McLane Kuster  (incumbent)
Democrat

Representative, U.S. House of Representatives (2012 - present); Attorney; Community/Non-profit Activist

Republican
Lily Tang Williams
Lily Tang Williams   
Republican
Jeffrey Cozzens
Jeffrey Cozzens   
Republican

CEO, Schilling Beer Co.; President, New Hampshire Brewers Association; member, Board of Trustees of the Community College System of NH; former former senior fellow, George Mason University’s Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security; former national security professional

Jeffrey Greeson
Jeffrey Greeson   
Republican

Representative, NH House of Representatives (2020 - present); retired navy officer (20 years); pastor; teacher / lecturer at Plymouth State University; meteorologist; oceanographer

Dean Allan Poirier
Dean Allan Poirier   
Republican

Gulf War veteran; founder, Veterans First Foundation

Jason Daniel Riddle
Jason Daniel Riddle   
Republican
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