About Senator Gilmour

Peggy Gilmour represents District 12, which includes the towns of Brookline, Greenville, Hollis, Mason, New Ipswich, Rindge, and wards 1, 2, and 5 in the City of Nashua.



Help Senator Gilmour support sound environmental policy, preserve our conservation land and natural heritage, protect our state parks, and support the expansion of Commuter Rail.


Constituent Feedback

I urge everyone in District 12 to vote for Peggy. We desperately need a knowledgeable, persistent and experienced voice in our Legislature who recognizes the medical problems of aging and the attendant emotional and economic costs that, for many people, dominate the last years of life. James W. Squires, MD, Former Republican State Senator, and gubernatorial candidate; Hollis
Peggy has a long track record of exemplary service to her district in the New Hampshire Senate. She listens, she works hard, and most importantly, treats everyone she encounters with dignity and respect. What we need in Concord are more people like her - ones willing to put aside partisanship to get things done. Let's be sure she gets elected again. Scott Flegal, Registered Independent and Nashua business leader
I believe that Peggy better connects with her constituents and the best interests of our state. She is a moderate voice of reason that will work to ensure common sense and civility in New Hampshire. Former Republican Rep. Dick Drisko; Hollis
Peggy Gilmour is a true public servant. I've had the great pleasure of working side-by-side with Peg, and I can say without hesitation that she has the best interests of New Hampshire families and businesses at heart. Moreover, Peggy Gilmour embodies the true spirit of our citizen legislature. Peg has a proven history of leadership and of working across party lines to address the issues facing our families and our business community. Former Governor John Lynch

Contact Information

126 Depot Road
Hollis, NH 03049
P: (603) 465-2336

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