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J.R. Hoell

Republican — Representative — Merrimack 23
Available Terms:
  • 2011-2012
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016

J.R. Hoell represents House District Merrimack 23 in the New Hampshire House, is a member of one committee, and is the primary sponsor of 115 bills, and is the secondary sponsor of five bills

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Home Address:

    32 Ordway Road
    Dunbarton, NH 03046-4320
    Phone: 6033159002
  • Office Address:

  • jr.hoell@leg.state.nh.us



News and Blog Coverage

Bill to prohibit enforcement of federal firearms laws written by outsider group of 'nullifier kooks'

Image: tenthamendmentcenter.com A bill sponsored by state Rep. JR Hoell that would prohibit the state from enforcing federal firearms legislation was written by an outside group that advocates “nullification” of federal laws it considers unconstitutional. House Bill 685 would prohibit the state, counties, cities and towns, school districts and special ...

Measles outbreak sheds light on N.H. anti-vaxxers

Image: nhredress.info The ongoing measles outbreak has shed light on the anti-vaccine movement, which is being blamed for incubating an otherwise preventable epidemic. The most visible — and outspoken — Granite State anti-vaxxer is Laura Condon , New Hampshire director of advocacy for the National Vaccine Information Center, a group ...

Rep. John Burt: MOAR GUNZ!

Image: Mike Marland Fresh off his big win in the New Hampshire House where he convinced lawmakers to permit guns on the House floor and in the gallery, Rep. John Burt has set his sights on his next target: arming the state’s school teachers. "I am working on a bill ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • HB 194

    providing that life begins at conception.

  • HB 356

    exempting persons using private virtual currencies for internet commerce from the licensing requirements for money transmitters.

  • SB 116

    repealing the license requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver.

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  • SB 101

    prohibiting the state from requiring implementation of common core standards.

  • HB 685

    prohibiting a state agency, state employee, or political subdivision from enforcing any federal law regarding a firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition.

  • HB 669

    requiring law enforcement agencies to report on the receipt of certain equipment and grants from the federal government and on the deployment of tactical teams.

Recent Votes

HB 572

Ought to Pass

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 36491.0
•••No: 51.0
•••Other: 297.0
HB 357

Adopt Amendment

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 30.0
•••No: 36591.0
•••Other: 307.0
HB 402

Inexpedient to Legislate

Legislator Vote: Other

•••Yes: 18446.0
•••No: 7418.0
•••Other: 14035.0
HB 568

Inexpedient to Legislate

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 23158.0
•••No: 6616.0
•••Other: 10125.0
HB 492

Ought to Pass Amended

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 25864.0
•••No: 5413.0
•••Other: 8621.0
HB 391

Ought to Pass Amended

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 16741.0
•••No: 15238.0
•••Other: 7919.0
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