Troubled Lawmaker was First Transgender Person Elected to State Legislature

Stacie Laughton was banned from the ‘Matt Connarton Unleashed’ radio show or inappropriate behavior

HUDSON, NH — Four days after being re-elected, New Hampshire State Representative Stacie Laughton was arrested by Nashua police on Saturday, November 12th.

The Gate City constabulary were acting on a warrant issued by the town of Hudson. Laughton has been accused of stalking a Hudson resident.

Laughton was arrested for allegedly violating a no-contact protective order that was issued in June 2022. Laughton allegedly contacted the person who obtained the protective order on Election Day, November 8th.

A Democrat, Stacie Laughton is the first transgender person to be elected to the New Hampshire General Court, the state’s legislature.

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Manchester Alderman Fails to Win Seat in General Court

Joe Kelly Levasseur speaking to the issue of the homeless at City Hall

MANCHESTER, NH — Alderman-at-Large Joseph Kelly Levasseur lost his bid to be elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives.

The Republican Levasseur and his two fellow Republican candidates, Joseph Lachance, and Stephen Mathieu, were defeated by Democrats Amy Bradley, Mary Heath, and Jacqueline Chretien in the Hillsborough District 41 race.

Hillsborough District 41 is a “floaterial” district covering several wards that sends three state reps to Concord.

Will Infantine, Levasseur’s co-host on his “Will & Joe Show” on Manchester Public TV, won his race for state rep.

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