NH Legislative Reps
Rep. Jordan Ulery
Resident of Hudson since 1972. Children attended Hudson grade schools and Bishop Guertin High School. Married since 1972 to Janice. Graduate of St. Anselm College with a BA in Political Science.
Worked in EMS in Boston and Lowell and at the former Bryer Motorsport Park in Loudon (now NHMS). Worked as an investigator in the insurance field for many years and still a licensed Private Investigator.
Elected to the NH House and served on Criminal Justice and Public Safety before moving to Ways and Means where I have served for 5 years. I have also served on various other committees on an ad hoc basis as assigned by both Democratic and Republican Speakers. I am now serving on the statutory Legislative Ethics Committee. The first bill I submitted was passed, a law making peonage (slavery) a state crime as well as a federal crime. This allows state law enforcement to investigate situations where a person is being abused more easily. Other bills include consumer protection measures, pro civil rights legislation (including firearm ownership rights) and Constitutional Amendment (to be voted upon in November 2012) to force the legislature to pass tax increases with a 3/5 majority, rather than a simple majority as is now the case.
Rep Bob Haefner
Representative Haefner is serving his 3rd term in the NH House of Representatives. Bob has a Master of Science in Management from Lesley University and a BS in Business Administration. Representative Haefner is currently the Chair of the Committee on Environment and Agriculture. He has spent all three terms on this committee, last term being the Ranking Minority Member of the committee. Bob Also spent two years on the Legislative Administration Committee and one year on Election Law.
Representative Haefner is active at both a regional and a national level with legislative organizations. He is on the executive committee and the agriculture committee of the Eastern Regional Conference of the Council of State Governments and an active member of State Agriculture and Rural Leaders, a nation organization of House and Senate Agriculture Chairs from all 50 states.
Representative Haefner is retired from Hewlett Packard where he was at various times, a People Manager, Project Manager, Process Manager, Educator and Engineer. Bob is active in the NH State Grange and is currently the State Grange Director of the Legislative and Agriculture Department and a State Officer. Further Bob serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the NH Grange Charitable Foundation. He served his military obligation in the US Marine Corps Reserve. Bob Has been active at the local level for a long while and was also a member of the Hillsborough County Delegation’s executive committee for two year.
Rep Richard LeVasseur
|House Commitee Information|
|Committee Name:||SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENERGY|
|Born in Lawrence, MA, 12/25/43. Attended Lawrence schools. Served honorably in USAF and is a Vietnam Vet. Discharged in 1968 and married wife Sandra in 1969. Worked as a Honeywell Process Control Engineer. Moved to Hudson, NH in 1972 then moved to Hollywood, FL in 1986. Was employed at Broward County Water Treatment Plant as an instrument supervisor until retiring in 2005. Returned to Hudson, NH with wife, Sandi.|
|Local Government Involvement:|
|Former member of Hudson Conservation Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Former Chair of Hudson Budget Committee. While living in Florida, served as President of the Hollywood Coalition Civic Association. Helped resurrect the Hudson Town Republican Committee. Served on county and state republican committees.|
|Member of Hudson VFW, American Legion, Londonderry Fish and Game, NRA, member of St. Vincent de Paul Society.|
NH Senate District 14
Sen. Sharon Carson
|After serving four terms as a State Representative from Londonderry and Auburn, Sharon Carson was elected to the state Senate in 2008. She served three terms on the House Education Committee, the last as the Senior Republican Policy Advisor. She also has served on the House Ways and Means Committee, the House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee and Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules. Senator Carson has served on the Rockingham County Delegation’s Executive Committee for two terms as the Chair of the Registry of Deeds.A native New Englander, Senator Carson was born in Maine, raised in Connecticut, and has deep family ties with New Hampshire. Senator Carson graduated from Mount Wachusetts Community College with a degree in laboratory technology and earned a Bachelors and Masters degree in American history from the University of New Hampshire. She was awarded a doctoral scholarship from UNH, has taken and passed her doctoral exams in American History and is currently working on her dissertation.Senator Carson is an adjunct faculty member at Nashua Community College where she has taught a variety of classes in history. She also has taught at the University of New Hampshire. Senator Carson is a veteran. She is a retired Sergeant First Class from the United States Army Reserve.|
Senator Carson is married and has two daughters.