Representative Keith Ammon (R)

Hillsborough - District 42

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Home Address

P.O. Box 38
New Boston, NH  03070-0038
Seat #: 3001

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Position:  Vice Chair
Committee Phone:  603-271-3369
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Commerce and Consumer Affairs to consider all matters pertaining to commerce, banks and banking institutions; insurance companies and contracts or insurance of any character; the licensing of businesses to sell liquor; the needs of the business community; all matters relating to consumer affairs and the economic conditions of commerce and industry; all matters relating to the economic development of the state, and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
Representative Ammon is in his fourth term in the NH House.
He represents the towns of New Boston, Mont Vernon, and Lyndeborough.

He has served on the following House committees:
* Municipal and County Government (2015-16)
* Science, Technology and Energy (2017-18)
* Commerce and Consumer Affairs (2021-22, 2023-Present)

He has held the following roles:
* Vice Chair of House Commerce (2023-Present)
* Assistant Majority Whip (2021-22)
* Clerk of House Commerce (2021-22)
* House member of the Governor’s Commission on Cryptocurrencies and Digital Assets (2022)
* House member of the Commission to Investigate the Implementation of Next Generation Nuclear Reactor Technology in New Hampshire (2022-2023)
* House Member of the Committee To Study The Laws Relating To Condominium And Homeowners' Associations (2021-22)
Local Government Involvement
New Boston School Board 2012-2015

Other activism:
* New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, Chair (2017-2019), Political Director (2015-2016), Membership Director (2010-2012)
* New Boston Republican Committee, Director (2016-Present)
* New Boston Taxpayers' Association, Director (2016-2022)
Miscellaneous Information:
Keith is a software developer and consultant specializing in data analytics, an enthusiast for blockchain technology, and a recreational pilot. He is proud to advocate for New Hampshire’s “Live Free or Die” tradition.