Representative Shawn N. Jasper's Special Interest Group Ratings

Biographical

Full Name: Shawn N. Jasper
Current Office: State House - Hillsborough 37, Republican
First Elected: 11/05/2002
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State House - Hillsborough 37
Primary Sept. 9, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Laurie; 1 Child: Sarah
Birth Date: 01/23/1959
Birth Place: Nashua, NH
Home City: Hudson, NH
Religion: Congregational
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Eric Estevez

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Nicholas Febonio

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Robert Haefner

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Republican

Christopher Hussey

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Republican

Grace Kennedy

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Harold Lynde

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Democratic

Donna Marie Marceau

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Democratic

Jeremy Muller

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Democratic

Russell Ober III

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Republican

Lynne Ober

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Kimberly Rice

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Republican

Kevin Riley

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Democratic

Eric Schleien

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Republican

Jean Susan Serino

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Democratic

Gregory Smith

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Republican

Jared Stevens

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Charlene Takesian

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Jordan Ulery

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Alejandro Urrutia

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Democratic

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2013 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions (House) 77% 2013 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions (House) 77% 2012 Americans for Prosperity Foundation - New Hampshire - Positions 100% 2011-2012 Americans for Prosperity Foundation - New Hampshire - Cumulative Rating 100% 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Fiscal Score 100 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Life Score 67 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Fiscal Score 100 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Constitutional Score 89 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Constitutional Score 89 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Family Score 40 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 76 2011-2012 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 76 2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Interim Score (House Only) 86 2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Interim Score (House Only) 86 2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions (House Only) 75 2011-2012 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions (House Only) 75 2011-2012 Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire - Positions 69% 2011-2012 Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire - Positions 69% 2011 Americans for Prosperity Foundation - New Hampshire - Positions 100% 2011 New Hampshire Liberty Alliance - Positions 71% 2010 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 78% 2010 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 78% 2009 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 84% 2009 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 84% 2008 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 100% 2007-2008 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 92 2007-2008 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 92 2007 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 83% 2007 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 83% 2007 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions on Republican Principles 93 2007 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions on Republican Principles 93 2006 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 73% 2006 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 73% 2005-2006 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 71% 2005-2006 New Hampshire House Republican Alliance - Positions 71% 2005 New Hampshire Liberty Alliance - Positions 51% 2004 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 40% 2004 Cornerstone Policy Research - Positions 40%

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