Title: New Hampshire State Senator
Company: State of New Hampshire
Location: Portsmouth, NH United States
A renowned and respected member of the New Hampshire government, Sen. Martha Fuller Clark has earned a strong reputation for her hard work, commitment, and ability to listen to others and compromise. She initially started her career as a trained architectural historian, and became very involved initiatives to protect resources in the 1980s. She participated in public hearings for high profile issues, and was offered the opportunity to run for state office in 1990. With the support of her husband, Sen. Fuller Clark seized the chance to make a difference in her community at both local and state levels and discovered a real passion for public service. She is currently representing the 21st District of New Hampshire as a democratic member of the state senate, where she has served as an advocate for local movements, particularly regarding land conservation, coastal issues and fishery, since 2012. Sen. Fuller Clark is also the vice chair of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, a member of the Democratic National Committee, and is part of the United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and the Senate Internal Affairs Committee.
Prior to her current position, Sen. Fuller Clark represented the 24th District of New Hampshire from 2004 to 2010 and served as a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 1990 to 2002. In 2008, and again in 2012, she was a co-chair of the New Hampshire Committee to elect Barack Obama as president of the United States, and was a member of the United States Electoral College in 2008, when she cast one of New Hampshire’s four electoral votes for Barack Obama and Joe Biden. She considers being the co-chair of the Obama campaign to be the highlight of her career.
Looking to the future, Sen. Fuller Clark hopes to continue doing the work she is known for. She is 70 years old, and would like to continue working hard and bringing back the democratic spirit to her community. Sen. Fuller Clark will look at the principles she believes in, and find different avenues to achieve the community’s goals. She also wishes to experience personal growth.
Contact Sen. Martha Fuller Clark: