A Voice for Hollis.

My name is Ben Ming and I was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives in November of 2022 to represent Hollis. I currently serve on the Fish and Game Committee, where we consider bills related to hunting, fishing, trails and vehicles, and the conservation and preservation of those resources. I had planned on making this website the primary posting location for long-form thoughts, but I've decided to put those types of posts on my public Facebook Page (facebook.com/benming4nh). The 2023-2024 term looks like it will be a busy one, but I'm grateful to be in the position to do some good in this State. Thank you to the Hollis community and everyone who helped me get here.

Representing Hollis in Concord

I represent a community that contain strong and differing points of view, but comes together on many of the qualities that make it special: great schools, rural feel and beauty, and people that care for one another. While not everything I do in Concord will have an obvious connection to Hollis, the laws and policies I support will always be with consideration to how it will affect our town. You can always share concerns, comments, or other thoughts with me by email (Ben.Ming@leg.state.nh.us). Response times may vary, but I will attempt to answer questions either as a direct response or a post on my Facebook page.

Co-Chairing NHDP State Convention
September 1, 2023

The New Hampshire Democratic Party annual convention will be co-chaired by Rep. Catherine Rombeau (Bedford) and myself! The convention will take place on September 30, 2023 in Bedford. In addition to our Federal delegation, two Democratic candidates for Governor, and other leaders in the state, our keynote speaker will be Pennsylvania Governor, Josh Shapiro. It's going to be a great event and I hope to see you there!
Legislation Update (HB 240)
May 10, 2023

New Hampshire has become the first state in the nation to protect interracial marriage after HB 240 was signed into law by the Governor. It was my only prime-sponsored bill for the 2023 New Hampshire House session, and the law will go into effect on July 3, 2023. The final version of the law is Chapter 23 of the 2023 bills, and the law can be found after that date here (eventually): RSA Section 457:1-a.

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