CONCORD-  Jack Kimball, Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, announced today that Jacob Avery has been hired as a field representative who will focus on the upcoming special and fall elections.
“I am thrilled to welcome Jacob to our team,” said Kimball.  “Jacob has a reputation as a hard worker, particularly for his efforts on several local campaigns last November.  I look forward to working with Jacob to ensure we maintain our majorities in Concord and continue to increase the size of the Republican Party in every county and elect candidates who believe in principled conservative values such as lower taxes, reduced spending, a focus on individual liberties and a return to the constitution.” 
Jacob Avery added, “This is an exciting time for New Hampshire politics and I am pleased to be a part of it. We have three special election's coming up and I look forward to working closely with activists, county leaders and volunteers to implement and organize our election efforts."
 Jacob has been a political activist since the 2006 campaign cycle and has worked on campaigns in New Hampshire, New York and Washington DC.  He served as Field Director for State Senator Andy Sanborn and State Representative Laurie Sanborn during their successful campaigns for the New Hampshire Legislature.  He holds a Bachelors degree in Political Science from State University of New York at Plattsburgh and is pursuing a Masters in Public Administration from Marist College.