Medicaid Expansion by Senate District

There are 52,233 granite staters on the New Hampshire Health Protection Program as of January 12, 2018.  Click below to see the town-by-town breakdown for your senate district.

Senate District 1: Senator Jeff Woodburn (D) – 3,128 People


Bath – 50

Benton – 8

Berlin – 685

Bethlehem – 150

Carroll – 33

Clarksville – 16

Colebrook – 149

Columbia – 34

Dalton – 59

Dummer – 19

Easton – 10

Errol – 18

Franconia – 44

Gorham – 131

Jefferson – 35

Lancaster – 214

Landaff – 16

Lincoln – 90

Lisbon – 112

Littleton – 395

Lyman – 20

Milan – 50

Monroe – 20

Northumberland – 142

Pittsburg – 43

Randolph – 10

Shelburne – 9

Stark – 36

Stewartstown – 71

Stratford – 84

Sugar Hill – 12

Thornton – 132

Whitefield – 150

Woodstock – 81




Senate District 2: Bob Guida (R) – 2,395 People


Alexandria – 78

Ashland – 124

Bridgewater – 35

Bristol – 172

Campton – 127

Center Harbor – 46

Danbury – 54

Dorchester – 27

Grafton – 83

Groton – 16

Haverhill – 256

Hebron – 24

Hill – 52

Holderness – 79

Meredith – 282

New Hampton – 93

Orange – 7

Orford – 33

Piermont – 35

Plymouth – 247

Rumney – 88

Sanborton – 97

Tilton – 184

Warren – 60

Wentworth – 54

Wilmot – 42




Senate District 3: Jeb Bradley (R) – 2,790 People


Albany – 49

Bartlett – 101

Brookfield – 23

Chatham – 16

Conway – 494

Eaton – 16

Effingham – 133

Freedom – 64

Jackson – 24

Madison – 135

Middleton – 78

Milton – 203

Moultonborough – 325

Ossipee – 318

Sandwich – 61

Tamworth – 191

Tuftonboro – 100

Wakefield – 218

Waterville Valley – 11

Wolfeboro – 230




Senate District 4: David Watters (D) – 1,903 People


Barrington – 249

Dover – 1,046

Rollinsford – 66

Somersworth – 544




Senate District 5: Martha Hennessy (D) – 2,136 People


Canaan – 158

Charlestown – 310

Claremont – 914

Cornish – 53

Enfield – 137

Hanover – 81

Lebanon – 415

Lyme – 23

Plainfield – 45




Senate District 6: Jim Gray (R) – 2,873 People


Alton – 192

Barnstead – 178

Farmington – 360

Gilmanton – 131

New Durham – 82

Rochester - 1,930




Senate District 7: Harold French (R) – 3,172 People


Andover – 82

Belmont – 376

Boscawen – 144

Canterbury – 72

Franklin – 582

Gilford – 204

Laconia – 1401

Northfield - 205

Salisbury – 38

Webster – 68




Senate District 8: Ruth Ward (R) – 1,996 People


Acworth - 31

Antrim - 150

Bennington - 68

Bradford - 84

Croydon - 30

Deering - 91

Francestown - 43

Goshen - 44

Grantham - 57

Hillsborough - 296

Langdon - 11

Lempster - 52

Marlow - 30

New London - 51

Newbury - 52

Newport - 393

Springfield - 27

Stoddard - 40

Sunapee - 72

Sutton - 45

Unity - 33

Washington - 49

Weare - 237

Windsor - 10




Senate District 9: Andy Sanborn (R) - 1,486 People


Bedford - 300

Dublin - 66

Fitzwilliam - 117

Greenfield - 69

Hancock - 52

Jaffrey - 219

Lyndeborough - 58

Mont Vernon - 51

New Boston - 104

Peterborough - 210

Richmond - 53

Sharon - 12

Temple - 65

Troy – 110




Senate District 10: Jay Kahn (D) – 2,623 People


Alstead - 96

Chesterfield - 88

Gilsum - 34

Harrisville - 17

Hinsdale - 210

Keene – 1,254

Marlborough - 88

Nelson - 29

Roxbury - 7

Sullivan - 41

Surry - 16

Swanzey - 315

Walpole - 115

Westmoreland - 51

Winchester - 262




Senate District 11: Gary Daniels (R) – 1,292 People


Amherst - 179

Merrimack - 498

Milford - 478

Wilton - 137




Senate District 12: Kevin Avard (R) – 1,999 People


Brookline - 108

Greenville - 106

Hollis - 102

Mason - 27

Nashua Ward 1 - 432

Nashua Ward 2 - 432

Nashua Ward 5 - 432

New Ipswich - 184

Rindge - 176

*Note: Ward numbers are an average of city-wide numbers




Senate District 13: Bette Lasky (D) – 2,592 People


Nashua Ward 3 - 432

Nashua Ward 4 - 432

Nashua Ward 6 - 432

Nashua Ward 7 - 432

Nashua Ward 8 - 432

Nashua Ward 9 – 432

*Note: Ward numbers are an average of city-wide numbers




Senate District 14: Sharon Carson (R) - 1,315 People


Auburn - 99

Hudson - 663

Londonderry – 553




Senate District 15: Dan Feltes (D) – 2,645 People


Concord – 2,303

Henniker – 108

Hopkinton - 132

Warner - 102




Senate District 16: Kevin Cavanaugh (D) – 2,528 People


Bow - 129

Candia - 102

Dunbarton - 53

Hooksett - 363

Manchester Ward 1 - 627

Manchester Ward 2 - 627

Manchester Ward 12 - 627

*Note: Ward numbers are an average of city-wide data




Senate District 17: John Reagan (R) – 1,961 People


Allenstown - 236

Chichester - 80

Deerfield - 104

Epsom - 139

Loudon - 176

Northwood - 151

Nottingham - 109

Pembroke - 213

Pittsfield - 253

Raymond - 379

Strafford - 121




Senate District 18: Donna Soucy (D) – 3,295 People


Manchester Ward 5 - 627

Manchester Ward 6 - 627

Manchester Ward 7 - 627

Manchester Ward 8 - 627

Manchester Ward 9 - 627

Litchfield - 160

*Note: Ward numbers are an average of city-wide data




Senate District 19: Regina Birdsell (R) – 1,609 People


Derry - 1230

Hampstead - 154

Windham - 225




Senate District 20: Lou D’Allesandro (D) – 2,828 People


Goffstown - 320

Manchester Ward 3 - 627

Manchester Ward 4 - 627

Manchester Ward 10 - 627

Manchester Ward 11 - 627

*Note: Ward numbers are an average of city-wide data




Senate District 21: Martha Fuller Clark (D) – 1,424 People


Durham - 126

Lee - 101

Madbury - 41

Newfields - 29

Newington - 12

Newmarket - 306

Portsmouth - 809




Senate District 22: Chuck Morse (R) – 1,259 People


Atkinson - 100

Pelham - 286

Plaistow - 190

Salem - 683




Senate District 23: Bill Gannon (R) – 1,372 People


Brentwood -70

Chester - 80

Danville - 110

East Kingston - 53

Epping - 218

Exeter - 435

Fremont - 81

Kingston - 184

Sandown - 141




Senate District 24: Dan Innis (R) – 1,638 People


Greenland - 88

Hampton - 495

Hampton Falls - 42

Kensington – 49

New Castle – N/A

Newton - 122

North Hampton - 88

Rye - 109

Seabrook - 516

South Hampton - 23

Stratham - 106





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