House Republican Leader Hinch Announces Additional Leadership Appointments

CONCORD – House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) released a list appointments to his leadership team today. Hinch was officially appointed Republican (Minority) Leader by newly elected Speaker Shurtleff on Wednesday, December 5th, and had previously been elected by the House Republican Caucus as their choice for Speaker on November 29th.

The appointments are as follows:

Assistant Republican Leader – Rep. Jordan Ulery (R-Hudson)
Assistant Republican Leader – Rep. Dick Barry (R-Merrimack)
Assistant Republican Leader – Rep. Erin Hennessey (R-Littleton)
Assistant Republican Leader – Rep. Glenn Cordelli (R-Tuftonboro)
Assistant Republican Leader – Rep. Linda Gould (R-Bedford)

Assistant Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Fred Doucette (R-Salem)
Assistant Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Pat Abrami (R-Stratham)
Assistant Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Mary Griffin (R-Windham)
Assistant Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Tom Walsh (R-Hooksett)
Assistant Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Mark Pearson (R-Hampstead)
Assistant Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Reed Panasiti (R-Amherst)

Assistant Republican Advisor – Rep. Kathleen Hoelzel (R-Raymond)
Assistant Republican Advisor – Rep. Andrew Renzullo (R-Hudson)
Assistant Republican Advisor – Rep. Carol McGuire (R-Epsom)
Assistant Republican Advisor – Rep. John Graham (R-Bedford)
Assistant Republican Advisor – Rep. Greg Hill (R-Northfield)

These appointments are in addition to those announced on December 6th, which are as follows:

Deputy House Republican Leader – Rep. Sherman Packard (R-Londonderry)
House Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Al Baldasaro (R-Londonderry)
Senior Republican Advisor – Rep. Steve Smith (R-Charlestown)
Republican Policy Leader – Rep. Kim Rice (R-Hudson)
Republican Policy Leader – Rep. Jason Osborne (R-Auburn)
Deputy Republican Floor Leader – Rep. Jeanine Notter (R-Merrimack)

“Republicans have a deep bench of talented and engaged House members.” Rep. Hinch said of his leadership team. “I’m happy these folks have agreed to step up and help us lead this term. We won’t be sitting back in the minority. We have this large and diverse team to help us reorganize and reenergize the caucus and help us take back the majority in 2020.”