NHDP - Former State Representative Files for Special Election in Rockingham 32

Deerfield, NH – TODAY, Democratic State Rep Candidate Maureen Mann was joined by her husband, Robert Mann, and supporters as she officially filed her declaration of candidacy.
“Our state government works best when we are able to put partisan politics aside and come together to get things done for our citizens,” said Maureen Mann. “I am running for the New Hampshire House of Representatives to work with members of both parties to fight for the priorities of our families, communities, and businesses, while always ensuring fiscal responsibility.”
“As a member of the House I met regularly with our residents to hear about their priorities for our state, and I look forward to continuing to engage with our citizens about how we can keep our communities moving in the right direction,” continued Mann.
Background on Maureen Mann
Mann was first elected to the House of Representatives in January of 2008, and re-elected in 2008 and 2012. She is a small business owner and was a public school teacher for over 30 years. Mann has been very active in her community over the years, and received the Sherburne Award for outstanding service to Deerfield. She is a trustee of the Philbrick James Library in Deerfield, and an active member of the Deerfield Community Church Fair Committee. She is a reporter and editor of The Forum.