Biographical Information
Arthur J Beaudry (Lost 15%) (Candidate lost in the election)
Contest: 2012
Party/District: I - S18
Experience: Member Manchester School Board, President of the New Hampshire State Permanent Fire Fighters Retirement Association
Residence: Manhester
Family: -
Education: Associates Degree, NH Community Technical College, Business Management at Northeastern University
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Position on the Issues
From the Union Leader Voter Guide:

What is the most important LOCAL problem in your district? How would you fix it?
As I visit Manchester and Litchfield, people keep telling me that our schools need help while those same people are concerned about their taxes. My solution is to see that every dollar allocated to school funding is attached to direct student services. I would work to see that the state and federal government fund mandates they place on our towns. I would vote against downshifting of state cost to local communities and see that Manchester and Litchfield get a fair share of school funding aid.

What forms of expanded gambling, if any, do you support?
I would be willing to look at two strictly regulated casinos. I would like to see one in the southern part of the state and one in the northern part where people can come and vacation and stay and enjoy our beautiful state.

What changes, if any, are needed in New Hampshire's education funding system?
State and federal education mandates need state and federal funds. The state froze building aid, impacting all of our districts and diverting costs to local taxpayers. The federal special education mandate is funded at a level of around 17% when their obligation is 40%. I support a moratorium on refugees entering Manchester. They are well intended but with some students arriving with limited education, the concern is how our district can afford these programs without additional federal funds.
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Contact Information
30 Bow Street
Manhester, NH 3103
Phone: (603) 622-3955
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Legislature News

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Oct. 30, 2014
Concord Monitor: Three candidates vie for one seat on the Concord School Board in District B
Concord Monitor: Elementary school teacher, college professor compete for District C school board seat
Conway Daily Sun: Clear differences between White and Bradley in race for state Senate
Conway Daily Sun: Chandler reacts to NH ranking 48th in the nation in corporate tax study
Eagle-Tribune: Hampton residents face off in Senate District 24
Foster's Daily Democrat: Fuller Clark says she can work with Republicans for betterment of state

Oct. 29, 2014
Seacoast Online: Cali-Pitts faces challenge from Thorsen
Concord Monitor: Senate District 6 candidates are clearly divided
Eagle-Tribune: Four seats up for grabs in House District 14 
Union Leader: App offers a comprehensive look at all candidates

Oct. 28, 2014
Concord Monitor: Challengers for Odell’s NH Senate seat spar over minimum wage, future of key district

Oct. 27, 2014
Seacoast Online: Moynahan challenges Beavers in District 2 state rep race
Seacoast Online: Whitmyer challenges incumbent Rep. Tucker
Concord Monitor: State Senate District 17 features Reagan/Fraher rematch
Eagle-Tribune: Morse faces challenge for Senate seat
Eagle-Tribune: Eight seek Windham House seats
Eagle-Tribune: Saren challenges Oligny in House District 34

Oct. 26, 2014
Seacoast Online: Democrats look to stop swing in Rye, New Castle
Union Leader: As vote nears, where you live matters
Union Leader: Checking voter residence affidavits a slog for New Hampshire investigators

Oct. 24, 2014
Seacoast Online: Stiles, Muns divided on minimum wage
Concord Monitor: Former state rep challenges incumbent Democratic state senator in District 7
Eagle-Tribune: Sanders, Seals square off in Danville House race 
Foster's Daily Democrat: Dems dominate Community Partners candidates forum
Nashua Telegraph: Lawmakers eye double-dipping

Oct. 23, 2014
Seacoast Online: Fuller Clark and Nazzaro battle for senate seat
Seacoast Online: Prescott, Schlachman sound off on local issues
Concord Monitor: Did anti-Boutin mailer go too far?
Concord Monitor: Senate District 2 candidates differ on minimum wage
Concord Monitor: Fact-checking the State Senate District 15 candidates in Concord
Foster's Daily Democrat: Senate hopefuls Leonard, Cataldo disagree on most issues, meet on some 

Oct. 22, 2014
Seacoast Online: NH Voter Guide app offers quick info
WMUR: State of the Race: Majority control of the State Senate
Concord Monitor: Meet the candidates for state Senate District 16
Foster's Daily Democrat: In NH Senate race Watters, Edwards pull out all the stops

Oct. 21, 2014
NHPR: Seacoast Millennials host candidates' forum
Seacoast Online: Stiles, Muns spar in debate in senate showdown
Concord Monitor: Alicea, Forsythe vie for Boscawen House seat

Oct. 20, 2014
Concord Monitor: State Senate candidates weigh in on rising electricity costs, long-term energy strategy for New Hampshire

Oct. 19, 2014
Seacoast Online: Law allows disabled to be paid less than minimum wage
Seacoast Online: Political legend versus newcomer in Portsmouth senate race
Concord Monitor: In NH, candidates pushing for constitutional carry
Concord Monitor: Progressive group lists 39 Free Staters on the ballot for the NH House

Concord Monitor: In Merrimack County District 27, a Democrat-turned-Republican tries to affect change

Oct. 18, 2014
Concord Monitor: Meet the Merrimack County District 17 candidates
Concord Monitor; Meet the Merrimack County District 12 state rep candidates
Concord Monitor: Democrats unopposed in seven of Concord’s 15 House seat

Oct. 17, 2014
Concord Monitor: Meet the Merrimack County District 12 state rep candidates
Conway Daily Sun: Spirited exchange at Gibson Center candidate forum
Nashua Telegraph: State Senate, Executive Council candidates tackle the issues at Chamber forum

|Oct. 16, 2014
Concord Monitor: State Senate candidates Feltes, Harman talk revenue at Warner forum
Conway Daily Sun: Four candidates for two seats for District 3 House
Conway Daily Sun: Meet the candidates: Ed Butler, District 7 State House
Conway Daily Sun: Meet the candidates: Carl Thibodeau, District 7 State House

Oct. 15, 2014
Union Leader: State rep rebuked by 2 parties over comments about Kuster's appearance
Concord Monitor: Meet the District 11 state rep candidates
Concord Monitor: - Kuster on Vaillancourt’s 'ugly' remarks: What’s really offensive is the Republican platform
Eagle-Tribune: Meet House and Senate candidates in Plaistow
Keene Sentinel: Upcoming races will pit familiar faces against one another in Monadnock Region

Oct. 14, 2014
Concord Monitor: Five candidates fight for three N.H. state representative seats in District 10
Concord Monitor: New Hampshire lawmaker on blog: U.S. Rep. is ‘ugly’
Union Leader: 'Ugly as sin' comment about congressional candidate creates flap

Oct. 13, 2014
Concord Monitor: Polling points to GOP gains in NH Legislature
Nashua Telegraph: Report: NH casino could do as well as an Atlantic City casino, even competing with Mass.

Oct. 12, 2014
Union Leader: Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Expect casino push to be all the talk

Oct. 10, 2014
Concord Monitor: Moffett or Moffett? Republican and Democrat with same last name running for Merrimack County District 9 seats
Concord Monitor: Democrats and Republicans fight for three seats in Merrimack County District 23

Oct. 9, 2014
Seacoast Online: 'Yes means yes' sex assault bill filed by Hampton rep
WMUR: Lawmaker from Hampton files 'yes means yes' sex assault bill
Concord Monitor: NH lawmaker files ‘yes means yes’ sex assault bill

Oct. 8, 2014
NHPR: Study committee struggles to craft bill to control synthetic drugs

Oct. 6, 2014
Eagle-Tribune: Commissioners, legislators clash turns nasty

Oct. 5, 2014
Union Leader: Gary Rayno's State House Dome: A winter of discontent over energy costs
Concord Monitor: Republican Lydia Harman focuses on voters’ voices in District 15 state Senate race

Oct. 3, 2014
Seacoast Online: Bill seeks study for port's future

Oct. 2, 2014
Seacoast Online: Muns wants to bring a ‘consistent’ approach to NH Senate seat
Union Leader: Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Democrat D'Allesandro's war chest isn't chump change

Cities & Towns
District 18 of the State Senate includes these towns and cities in Hillsborough County:



  • Litchfield

  • Manchester Wards 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9