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The 2020 New Hampshire House of Representatives elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. New Hampshire voters elected all 400 state representatives from 204 districts. State representatives serve two-year terms in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. A primary election on September 8, 2020 determined which candidates appeared on the November 3 general election ballot. All the members elected will serve in the 167th New Hampshire General Court.

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  • The 2020 New Hampshire House of Representatives elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. New Hampshire voters elected all 400 state representatives from 204 districts. State representatives serve two-year terms in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. A primary election on September 8, 2020 determined which candidates appeared on the November 3 general election ballot. All the members elected will serve in the 167th New Hampshire General Court. Following the 2018 election, Democrats had control of the New Hampshire House of Representatives with 231 seats to Republicans' 159 seats. Following the 2020 election, the Republicans flipped control of the chamber alongside the New Hampshire Senate. (en)
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  • New Hampshire House of Representatives election, 2020 (en)
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  • New Hampshire (en)
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  • All 400 seats in the New Hampshire House of Representatives (en)
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  • The 2020 New Hampshire House of Representatives elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. New Hampshire voters elected all 400 state representatives from 204 districts. State representatives serve two-year terms in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. A primary election on September 8, 2020 determined which candidates appeared on the November 3 general election ballot. All the members elected will serve in the 167th New Hampshire General Court. (en)
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