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NH House

D

183

R

206

We need to make gains in this chamber.

Republicans took back the New Hampshire State House in 2020 after Democrats had flipped the chamber in 2018. While Democrats will need to flip another 15 seats to win back the majority, the expansive 400-seat chamber will present Democrats with many opportunities to break unified Republican control of state government this November.

66D-56R: Hillsborough County

24D-21R: Merrimack County

23D-67R: Rockingham County

NH Senate

D

10

R

14

We need to make gains in this chamber.

Republicans took back the New Hampshire Senate in 2020 after Democrats flipped the chamber in 2018. Democrats will now need to flip three seats to retake control of the perennial “swing chamber” and break unified Republican control of state government in 2022.

SD-11: Hon. Shannon Chandley (D)

SD-12: Hon. Melanie Levesque (D)

SD-24: Rep. Debra Altschiller (D)

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