NH-01: Eddie Edwards (R)

NH-01: Eddie Edwards (R)

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About Eddie: 

Eddie Edwards is the former chief of police for the town of South Hampton.  He served as Chief of New Hampshire State Division of Liquor Enforcement, and under his leadership the Division became New Hampshire’s  first statewide law enforcement agency to receive the distinction of Advanced National Law Enforcement Accreditation.

A navy veteran and graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Edwards spent a career in law enforcement before moving to the private sector and launching a business working with small businesses to help reduce regulation and cut through red tape.

Throughout his career, Edwards has worked to address the problems of substance abuse.  As director of enforcement and licensing for the New Hampshire

During his time in the public and private sectors, Edwards has been a leading advocate for veterans, criminal justice reform, and early childhood education.

Eddie Edwards has two daughters and lives in Dover with his wife and their Poodle (Zoe) and English Bulldog (Maximus).

The biographical information above was sourced from the campaign website; see link above for more information.

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