Representative Norman Major (R)

Rockingham - District 14

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Home Address

12 Kingston Road
Plaistow, NH  03865-2211
Seat #: 2100

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Ways and Means
Position:  Chair
Committee Phone:  603-271-3529
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Ways and Means to examine and consider the state of the treasury; to consider and report on all bills and resolutions relating to raising money by a state tax and the apportionment of same; matters relating to taxes and fees on tobacco; all dedicated funds except for the highway and turnpike funds; state fees, and all methods of raising revenue for the state; and such other matters as may be referred to it. The Committee on Ways and Means shall report to the House in the form of a resolution its estimates of state revenues on a periodic basis.

Personal Biography
Serving his 13th term in the NH House
Represents Atkinson and Plaistow
He is chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.

Born in the City of Keene, Rep. Major and his wife, Brenda, have been married since 1961. They have four sons and six grandchildren. Rep. Major holds a BSEE from the University of New Hampshire and a MSEE from Northeastern University. He served in the U.S. Army and is retired from an engineering management position with AT&T.
Local Government Involvement
Rep. Major is the assistant Town Moderator and an assistant Timberlane Regional School District Moderator. He is a member of the Plaistow District Court Site Selection Committee and an alternate on the Plaistow Board of Adjustment. For 11 years, Rep. Major served on the Board of Selectmen in Plaistow and was chairman of the board for three years. He is also a past member of the Plaistow Budget Committee.

Rep. Major is also a member of the Plaistow Fish and Game Club and the Plaistow Lions Club.
Miscellaneous Information:
Rep. Major is a Life member of the Plaistow Fish and Game and a Life member of the Plaistow Lions Club. He has been an active member in the Boy Scouts of America and has served many years on the Council Executive Board. He is the recipient of the Boy Scouts District Award of Merit and the Silver Beaver Award.

Rep. Major is currently a member of the Great Bay Community College Advisory Board and is a member of the NH Pre-engineering Technology Advisory Committee.