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US House NH District 2

New Hampshire's U.S. representative for the 2nd District represents that district's residents as federal laws are made in Congress in Washington, D.C. He or she is elected every two years for a two year term. The election takes place on the first Tuesday in November. Candidates are chosen by their respective political parties through a primary election earlier in the year. 

Who Is Represented
2012-2022

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.

Number of seats: 1
2022+
Number of seats: 1

2022 US House Primary

Voting Date:

Democrat
Ann McLane Kuster  (incumbent)
Democrat

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

Independent/Other
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James R. Powers   
Independent/Other

Republican
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Scott Black   
Republican
Robert Burns   
Republican

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

Michael Callis   
Republican

Candidate, U.S. House of Representatives (2006, 2016, 2018); Candidate, NH House of Representatives (2012, 2014); candidate, U.S. President (2004); Sole Proprietor, Stone Works (1972 - present); independent scholar of NH history

George Hansel
George Hansel   
Republican

Mayor of Keene; Vice President, Filtrine Manufacturing

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Jay Mercer   
Republican

Physician’s Assistant; candidate, U.S. House of Representatives (2016, 2018)

Dean Allan Poirier
Dean Allan Poirier   
Republican

Gulf War veteran; founder, Veterans First Foundation

Lily Tang Williams
Lily Tang Williams   
Republican
Co-chair of the New Hampshire Asian American Coalition; Supervisor of the Checklist, Town of Weare; entrepreneur
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