Representative John Sellers (R)

Grafton - District 18

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Home Address

39 Briar Hill Road
Bristol, NH  03222

Seat #: 2051

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Transportation
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3565
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Transportation to consider all matters pertaining to development, operation and regulation of all means of air, land and water transportation, except for the capital improvement and repair of public highways; the motor vehicle code; and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
Grew up in Weymouth, MA with mom, dad and five siblings, went into the USAF after high school. I self-funded my additional education after high school. I am a native of New England and lived in NH since 2008, living in Milton, Whitefield and settled in Bristol. Served six years in the USAF, was a small business owner for many years, more than 20 years as a Senior Business Analyst working at SAS Institute and retired in 2021.

I come to know Jesus as my savior while in the USAF and have never looked back.
I have traveled to many countries around the world.
Currently married to my wife Donna. Together we have nine children and ten grandchildren.
Local Government Involvement
Several years on Bristol town budget committee and currently on Newfound Area School District budget committee.
In 2022 was part of a taxation formula study to investigate a more equalized tax rate for our seven-town school district (currently each town has a different tax rate).
Ran for the floterial Grafton District 18 (Alexandria, Bridgewater, Bristol, Canaan, Dorchester, Enfield, Grafton, Groton, Hebron, Orange) which was my first time ever running for a state office and won.
Miscellaneous Information:
I am about honest elections, good and pure education, concerned about our seniors and raising property taxes, the people's freedoms, and safety from big Government. I support home and private schooling as an alternative to public schooling because this allows different methods of teaching children and for the allowance of not teaching things that the public schools now teach. I am for energy alternatives that do not get forced upon the people and that do not hurt the environment.