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NH Representatives are elected for a 2-year term.
Salem is House District Rockingham 8. Here is the list of those who we elected in 2014: 2016-2018 Reps from Salem
Gary Azarian, Arthur Barnes, Ronald Belanger, Fred Doucette, Robert Elliot, Betty Gay, John Janigian, John Manning, and John Sytek. (All were incumbents, except John Janigian and Betty Gay, who replaced Anne Priestley and Joe Sweeney)
How well are they representing you???
Also serving 2-year terms:
Salem is Senate District 22. Our current Senator is Senator Chuck Morse (R-Salem)
Salem is Executive Council District 3. Our current Executive Councilor is Russell Prescott (R).
Our Governor is Chris Sununu (R).
Salem is Congressional District 2.Our member of Congress is Annie Kuster (D).
Senators serve 6-year terms:
Our Senators are Jeanne Shaheen (D) (term ends 2020), and Maggie Hassan (D) (term ends 2022).
Salem Candidates for NH House of Representatives 2018
The filing period is June 2018. This page will be updated after that information becomes available.
Town of Salem NH, “The Gateway to New Hampshire”
Town of Salem Home Page (News, announcements & events)
Police Department: 9 Veterans Memorial Pkwy; 603-893-1911 (Emergency: 911)
Fire Department: 152 Main St; 603-890-2200 (Emergency: 911)
Municipal Code: (Town Rules & Regulations)
Salem Community TV
Other Salem News:
Since losing our final Salem newspaper, we have had to rely on neighboring towns to get our local news, such as the Lawrence Eagle Tribune and the Windham Independent.
We have recently seen an increase in the number of Facebook pages for our town, including:
- Bringing Salem Together
- Salem NH Alerts and Information
- Salem NH Democratic Town Committee (closed group)
- Salem, NH Democrats
- Salem NH Residents
Events of interest to Salem Residents, especially Democrats and Progressives.