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2022 US Senate Primary

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

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Democrat
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Margaret "Maggie" Hassan  (incumbent)
Democrat

Senator, US Senate (2016 - present); Governor of New Hampshire (2012 - 2016); Senator, NH Senate (2004 - 2010); Majority Leader, NH Senate (2008 - 2010)

Paul J. Krautmann   
Democrat

Pediatric dentist; Colonel, U.S. Army reserve (retired)

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John Riggieri   
Democrat

Independent/Other
Fondakowski
Stephen Fondakowski   
Independent/Other
"Zero political experience. 30 year software professional specializing in the healthcare industry"
Steven J. Hattamer   
Independent/Other

Physician, Small Business Owner

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Thomas Sharpe V   
Independent/Other

Firefighter; U.S. Navy veteran

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Geoffrey Woollacott   
Independent/Other

Libertarian
Kevin Kahn
Kevin Kahn   
Libertarian
Jeremy Kauffman
Jeremy Kauffman   
Libertarian
"Active in community and father of 3 young boys; CEO of LBRY, serial entrepreneur; Tech work featured in New York Times, The Guardian, Wired, Reason and more"

Republican
Gerard Beloin   
Republican

Owner of Bluestone Inc. since 1984

John Berman
John Berman   
Republican
"Decades as a working engineer in industry: high-speed telecom hardware (circuit board; digital, mixed-signal, RF, optical) design/test; semi-custom (programmable) chip design/test; low-noise analog (med devices) design/test; control systems hardware for semiconductor fabs; embedded software. A decade+ listening to utter bulloney from the incompetent/corrupt lawyer-judge protection racket covering for their extortion & embezzlement, aptly described by Ms. Ocasia-Cortez: 'lawyers enriching themselves at the expense of' us all...this doesn't make me a liberal, just someone who gives credit for perfectly-worded, sharp insights. One of my goals is to convince her to return to her award-winning high-school science days and focus on the root cause of all our major domestic problems -- the lawyer monopoly-mob."
Don Bolduc   
Republican

Brigadier General, U.S. Army

Bruce Fenton
Bruce Fenton   
Republican

Managing Director, Chainstone Labs (2018 - present); Co-Founder, Satoshi Rountable Private Blockchain Retreat (2015 - present); Board Member, the Bitcoin Foundation (2016 - 2018); Managing Director, Chief Investment Officer, Atlantic Financial (1994 - 2008)

Dennis Lamare   
Republican

Candidate, U.S. House of Representatives (2012); candidate, U.S. Senate (2010); Independent Insurance Agent

Edmond Laplante, Jr.
Edmond Laplante, Jr.   
Republican

Automotive technician (40 years); U.S. Marine Corps veteran

Vikram Mansharamani
Vikram Mansharamani   
Republican

Founder & President, Kelan Advisors, LLC (2012 - present); lecturer, Harvard University (2017 - present); Board Member, Werner Enterprises (2021 - present); Board Member, Africa Opportunity Fund (2014 - 2019); lecturer, Yale University (2009 - 2017)

Andy Martin   
Republican

"1965-present political and management consultant, corruption fighter, reform activist"

Chuck Morse
Chuck Morse   
Republican

Senator, NH Senate (2006 - present); President, Freshwater Farms & Garden Center; Former Representative, NH House of Representatives; Former Selectman and Moderator, Town of Salem

Tejasinha Sivalingam
Tejasinha Sivalingam   
Republican

Psychology PhD student; property manager; former member, Board of Selectmen, Ashland; former member, Ashland Zoning Board of Adjustment

Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith   
Republican

Town Manager, Londonderry (2013 - 2022); President, Smith Enterprises (2011 - 2013); candidate, NH governor (2012); Executive Director, Cornerstone Action (2009 - 2011); Deputy Director, Division for Juvenile Justice Services (2005 - 2009); Senior Aide to Gov. Craig Benson (2003 - 2005); Special Assistant to Sen. Bob Smith (1999 - 2003); representative, NH House of Representatives (1996 - 1998)

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