In Washington

In Washington

Introducing the nation’s FIRST all Democratic female state delegation to Washington.

[ Click on their links to visit their respective official web pages ]



Jeanne Shaheen
US Senator

Jeanne Shaheen is in her 2nd term as one of New Hampshire’s two U.S. Senators.  Senator Shaheen is the first female U.S. Senator in New Hampshire’s history, the first woman to be elected Governor of New Hampshire and is the first woman in U.S. history to be elected as both a Governor and a U.S. Senator.

Contact Senator Shaheen here.

Note that Senator Shaheen has an office in Nashua – 60 Main St – Suite 217 – 603-883-0196.  Appointment required.



Maggie Hassan
US Senator

Margaret “Maggie” Hassan recently completed her 2nd term as New Hampshire’s 81st Governor.  Maggie joined Senator Shaheen in the US Senate in January 2017.  Previously, she was elected to the New Hampshire Senate in 2004. Maggie was elected to a total of three two-year terms, representing New Hampshire’s 23rd district from January 2005 to December 2010. Hassan became the Minority Leader in the State Senate in 2008 before losing reelection 2010.  Maggie was elected Vice Chair of the Democratic Governors Association in December 2013.

Contact Senator Hassan here.

Note that Senator Hassan has recently opened an office in Nashua – 142 Main St – Suite 520 – 603-880-3314.


Ann Kuster
US House of Representatives
NH Second District

Ann “Annie” McLane Kuster  won her 4th two-year term in the November 2018 mid-term election as your U.S. Representative for New Hampshire’s 2nd congressional district. An attorney, public advocate, and nonprofit consultant, she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2012.

Contact Congresswoman Kuster here.




Carol Shea-Porter
US House of Representatives
NH First District

Carol Shea-Porter returned to the US House of Representatives in January 2017 for her 4th term representing New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district.  She had previously served in this capacity in 2007 – 2011 and 2013 – 2015.  Prior to becoming involved in politics, Carol was a social worker and community college instructor.  After returning to New Hampshire, she was involved in both the Wesley Clark and John Kerry presidential campaigns.

Carol retired at the end of her current term.  Chris Pappas will be taking her seat in 2019.