Senator Dan Feltes

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Dan Feltes is serving his first term in the State Senate representing District 15. Before being elected to the Senate, Dan spent nearly a decade working as a legal assistance attorney, specifically, for New Hampshire Legal Assistance. There, he represented low-income families and seniors in Court, administrative agencies and at the State House, on issues ranging from poverty law and unemployment, to affordable housing and housing discrimination, to energy efficiency and utilities law, and veteran's related issues.

Sen. Feltes also served as the Director of Housing Justice Project at New Hampshire Legal Assistance for four years where he oversaw casework and advocacy on housing related issues as well as managing the housing grants received by the organization. In 2013, Sen. Feltes was presented the New Hampshire Bar Foundation's Robert E. Kirby award, which is presented to New Hampshire attorneys 35 or younger who exhibit exceptional skill, civility and professionalism.

Dan and his wife Erin, also an attorney, live in the South End of Concord with their dogs Franklin and Roosevelt (a.k.a Rosie). Dan received his law degree from the University of Iowa and his Master's Degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University, where he focused on economics and energy regulation. Dan is the youngest State Senator since 1988.

 

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