House Republican Leader Makes Initial Appointments to Leadership Team

CONCORD – Today New Hampshire House Republican Leader Gene G. Chandler (R-Bartlett) announced his first set of leadership appointments for the House Republican caucus.  They include:

Deputy Republican Leader – Rep. David W. Hess (R-Hooksett)
Republican Policy Leader – Rep. Laurie Sanborn (R-Bedford)
Sr. Assistant Republican Leader – Rep. Sherman A. Packard (R-Londonderry)
Republican Whip – Rep. Shawn N. Jasper (R-Hudson)
Deputy Republican Whip – Rep. Andrew Renzullo (R-Hudson)

Representatives Chandler and Sanborn also offered the following comments on the formation of the Republican leadership team.

House Republican Leader Gene Chandler

“These individuals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the House Republican team, not only as effective legislators, but as business owners and community leaders. While these members will help guide our caucus, I want to make sure every Republican House member has an opportunity to contribute. By working together each member of our caucus will be an integral part of our efforts to encourage economic growth and job creation, curb spending and keep taxes low. As we move forward I will be growing the Republican leadership team to incorporate more members and draw upon the rich and diverse abilities and backgrounds they have to offer.”

House Republican Policy Leader Laurie Sanborn

“I look forward to helping represent all members of the Republican caucus to create legislative policy which brings positive, common sense solutions that serve the needs of New Hampshire citizens.  Our focus will be to remove barriers to economic growth, balance a budget based on realistic revenue estimates, and protect against the overreach of government.”