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Carol Shea-Porter /ˈʃeɪ ˈpɔːrtər/ (born December 2, 1952) is an American politician and member of the Democratic Party who serves as the U.S. Representative for New Hampshire's 1st congressional district since January 2017. She previously held the same seat from 2007 to 2011 and from 2013 to 2015. Shea-Porter ...


Shea-Porter Votes Against Sending GOP Tax Bill to Conference. I voted to stop House Republicans from continuing to rush their tax giveaway for the wealthy through Congress while keeping the public in the dark. Republicans have drafted this bill with zero public hearings and have refused to allow any Democratic ...


Oct 6, 2017 ... New Hampshire Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter announced Friday that she will retire at the end of her term, turning one of the nation's most competitive House seats into an open race.


Sponsored legislation by Carol Shea-Porter, the Representative from New Hampshire - in Congress from 2017 through Present.


Oct 6, 2017 ... Democratic Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, of New Hampshire, announced Friday morning that she will not seek a fifth term in office. The 64-year-old was first elected in 2006 and has swapped the 1st Congressional District seat with Republican Frank Guinta multiple times. Read Shea-Porter's full ...


The latest Tweets from Carol Shea-Porter (@TeamSheaPorter). Member of Congress for New Hampshire's First Congressional District. This is the political account. Please see @RepSheaPorter for the Congressional account. New Hampshire's First District.


1194 tweets • 234 photos/videos • 6347 followers. Check out the latest Tweets from Rep. Shea-Porter (@RepSheaPorter)


Oct 6, 2017 ... US Representative Carol Shea-Porter of New Hampshire announced Friday she will not seek re-election in 2018, saying that “the time has come in my life to pause and decide on a different path.” Over the course of the past decade, Shea- Porter, 64, has served four times in the House of Representatives, ...


Info, Winning her first election to public office in 2006, Carol Shea-Porter also became New Hampshire's first woman in Congress. A former social worker and wife to an Army officer, Shea-Porter was a surprise victor, running a grass roots campaign in a mostly Republican district. “The next generation deserves the same ...