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Dan Feltes for State Senate

Moving New Hampshire forward, together.

MEET DAN

Dan, his wife Erin, and their daughters Iris and Josie live in the South End of Concord with their dogs Franklin and Roosevelt (a.k.a Rosie). Erin and Dan both grew up in working-class families. Dan’s father worked at the same furniture factory for his entire adult life and his mother worked part-time jobs while also raising four kids.

Meet Dan Feltes

In order to move New Hampshire forward, we cannot afford to leave anyone behind.


FIGHTING FOR NH

Dan has been fighting for the people of New Hampshire even before he began serving in the Senate. He brings nearly a decade of experience as a public interest lawyer, representing low-to-middle income people and families, seniors, survivors of domestic violence, and veterans.

Community Organizer and Policy Advocate

Dan isn’t afraid to take on the tough issues facing everyday people in New Hampshire. Instead of letting politics get in the way, he finds a way to make sure no one is left behind. Dan served four years as the leader of the Housing Justice Project, during which time he fought for housing access against discrimination and took on the powerful banks to stop foreclosures.

In 2013, Dan received the NH Bar Foundation’s Robert E. Kirby award which is presented to “New Hampshire attorneys 35 or younger who exhibit exceptional skill, civility and professionalism.”



Feltes Family

Dan, his wife Erin, and their daughters Iris and Josie live in the South End of Concord with their dogs Franklin and Roosevelt (a.k.a Rosie). Erin and Dan both grew up in working-class families. Dan’s father worked at the same furniture factory for his entire adult life and his mother worked part-time jobs while also raising four kids. Erin’s mother worked in human resources most of her life, while her dad worked in a washing machine factory for most of his life until the factory went to Mexico.

Dan and Erin understand their parents worked hard to provide them the opportunity for a great life. In part because of their working-class upbringing, both Dan and Erin believe it is critically important to work to expand opportunity for everyone, not just the elite or well-connected few. Dan is a fighter for everyone. Above all, he believes that in order to move New Hampshire forward, we cannot afford to leave anyone behind.

Dan has a law degree from the University of Iowa, and a master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University, focusing on economics and energy regulation.

DAN FELTES FOR NH STATE SENATE