Dan is a 12th generation Granite Stater, a community leader in Nashua, and a proven advocate for government accountability and reform. He is running for Executive Council in District 5 to bring sound judgment, new leadership, and a spirit of public service to Concord. He will return your call.
Dan has dedicated his life to making government work for all people. Raised on a dirt road in Temple, Dan left home at age 18 to serve with AmeriCorps and work on democratic development abroad. He returned to start a family and continue his public service in New Hampshire. Since his student days at ConVal High School in Peterborough, he has worked with bipartisan leaders like former Gov. Walter Peterson, Sen. Warren Rudman, John Rauh, and the legendary reformer Doris "Granny D" Haddock to strengthen our democracy.