Democrat Muriel Hall Files to Run in the Merrimack 23 Special Election to Continue Her Decades of Fighting for Public Education and Workers’ Rights
On the first day of the filing period, Muriel Hall filed to run as a Democrat in the upcoming State House special election for the towns of Bow and Dunbarton State House district (Merrimack 23).
“As a Bow resident for 36 years and a middle school teacher in the Bow School District for over 3 decades, I am ready to serve students and families in new and still meaningful ways,” said Muriel Hall. “I am excited about this opportunity to continue working for the future of New Hampshire.”
Following the news of her filing, State House Democratic Leader Renny Cushing issued the following statement.
“Over the last two years, Bow and Dunbarton have been well-served under the effective, innovative, and inclusive leadership of three amazing Democratic State House Representatives,” said State House Democratic Leader Renny Cushing. “Thanks to Muriel, these two critical towns have the opportunity to continue the work of retiring State Representative Samantha Fox in building a Granite State with stronger public education and workers’ rights.”
About Muriel Hall: As an accomplished educator for nearly 40 years and a mother of two sons, Muriel Hall has worked her entire life to educate the future of New Hampshire. Throughout the decades, Muriel has invested a great amount of time and energy into the community – from starting and coaching a cross country running program at Bow Memorial School, to bringing life experiences from her time working in underdeveloped classrooms in El Salvador and South Africa. Muriel has been recognized by the Bow Rotary Club for her vocational service and has received a New Hampshire EDies Award for her excellence in education.