In March of 2012, the state passed HB 592, which caused the redistricting of all the house districts in the
State of New Hampshire. After the passing of this law, the House now has a total of 204 districts.
There are 91 single town districts, 70 multi-town districts and 43 Floterial Districts. The New Hampshire House is the largest state legislative body in the United States.
State representatives are paid $100 a year, plus mileage reimbursement for official travel. The House is comprised of 400 members from 204 districts across the state. Representatives serve two year terms.
Place your cursor over your county in the map embedded below and click for a list of cities/towns. Click on your district or district # to view the representatives for that district. Map courtesy the Live Free or Die Alliance.