Lou D’Allesandro has announced his retirement from the New Hampshire State Senate, capping a 50-plus-year career in public service that began in 1973.

Speaking to a crowd gathered in the lobby of the legislative office building in Concord, New Hampshire last week, D’Allesandro recapped his time in office, saying “You can’t stay beyond the time when you can make a difference, and I believe that my service in the Senate has made a difference in the lives of people.”

Senator D’Allesandro served in multiple roles throughout his career, including two terms in the House, three terms on the New Hampshire Executive Council, two campaigns for governor, and an unbroken series of 13 terms in the Senate stretching from 1998 to 2024.


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