Seven years ago, Glenn chose to move here from Connecticut, saying to himself “What better place than New Hampshire to live as a Republican interested in politics?” We couldn’t agree more.
Back in Connecticut, Glenn was involved in town politics and served on the Board of Education and Board of Finance. He brings this experience plus background in the information technology industry with him to the Education committee.
Glenn’s number one concern is the economy, and he is focused on improving the climate for businesses to operate in our state. He is enjoying his work at the State House tremendously, and has found it a great overall learning experience.
Glenn and his wife live in Tuftonborough, and he also serves Moltonborough and Sandwich in the new Carroll County district 4. His kids are all grown up and spread across the country.
After retiring in 2010 from a long career as an engineer, manager and administrator of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Jim decided to give back and get more involved in politics. He’s been a Ward moderator for 20 years, and has served on both Planning and School Boards in Rochester. These experiences make him a helpful and effective contributor in the Election Law committee.
When you meet Jim, you’ll find it hard to believe he’s old enough, but he is in fact a Vietnam Veteran and we thank him for his service to our country.
Jim has been married 42 years and is the father of 4.
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Knowing he was about to wrap up 6 rewarding years on the School Board, Bob decided to run for State office and try something new.
Bob has worked in the lighting business for 30 years, starting as an electrical engineer and now focusing on sales and management. He balances working full-time while serving in the legislature.
He didn’t have much experience with Children and Family law before he joined that committee, but he’s enjoying the challenge tremendously and increasingly understanding the difficulties many families face in the courts.
Bob is married and has three children, two of which have graduated college. The youngest is finishing his sophomore year at the University of Maine. In his spare time, Bob enjoys skiing, riding motorcycles and playing softball.
Emily decided to run for state office, because she was impressed with what Republicans were able to accomplish last session, and wanted to be a part of that effort. Like most of us, Emily is focused on “making sure government is extremely careful with tax payer money,” and realized the need to get more involved in order to truly make a difference.
Emily been involved in politics for 25 years, was recently Secretary of the Manchester Republican Committee, and now is Membership Director for the NH Liberty Alliance.
Having been in business for 27 years, Emily is very knowledgeable and interested in business issues and finds the Commerce committee a rewarding experience. Emily writes educational software for math and sciences, working on contracts with a number of different companies. Just recently, Emily earned her Master Gardener Certificate.