MANCHESTER, NH – TODAY, Democratic Senate Candidate Maureen Raiche Manning was joined by her mother, Mary Raiche, her husband, Donald Manning, and supporters as she officially filed her declaration of candidacy.
“I want to thank the hundreds of residents from Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett, and Manchester who wrote my name on the ballot on Tuesday," said Maureen Raiche Manning. “I am running for the State Senate to work across party lines, to keep New Hampshire’s economy moving forward, fight tirelessly to expand opportunity for middle class families, and solve problems by bringing people together.”
“I will continue to travel to every corner of Senate District 16 listening to residents' priorities for how we can continue working together to move New Hampshire in the right direction,” continued Manning.
Background on Maureen Raiche Manning
Manning has owned and operated her own small business for over 20 years, now known as the Law Office of Manning and Zimmerman, PLLC. Maureen earned her Bachelor’s Degree at UNH and her law degree from UNH Law. At age 19, Maureen was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives where she served for six years on the Judiciary Committee.
Manning has been very active in her community over the years. She was appointed by then-Governor Shaheen to serve as a Commissioner on the New Hampshire Human Rights Commission. She is a founding member of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association and served as its first President. She also has served on the Board of Governors of the New Hampshire Bar Association and the New Hampshire Bar Foundation.
Manning is a lifelong resident of Manchester where she lives with her husband, Donald, and their three sons, Brady, Nolan and Aidan.