New Hampshire Police Association
Two Former Republican State Representatives
the Honorable Paul Spiess and the Honorable Cynthia Dokmo
“I believe that Shannon Chandley has three important qualifications that support her candidacy for the New Hampshire Senate. First, she is an experienced legislator having served three terms in the New Hampshire House. Second, she is close to her geographic base with many connections in the communities that she has represented. Finally, with the current makeup of the State Senate set at 17 men and 7 women, it's time to balance the ledger and get more female representation in Concord.”
The Honorable Paul Spiess -- Representative from 2000-2004
"A vote for Shannon Chandley is a vote for integrity, intelligence, and inclusiveness. In all the years that I have known Shannon, she has put people above politics, and I know that she will continue her hard work for our community in the State Senate."
The Honorable Cynthia Dokmo -- Representative from 1994-2010
Professional Fire-Fighters of New Hampshire
“Shannon Chandley has a proven record of fighting for working families in Concord. Her ability to represent Amherst over the years is further highlighted by her continued leadership in the New Hampshire House on committees which rarely see partisanship. You expect firefighters and paramedics to respond to situations no matter the party, zip code or persuasion. Shannon has done just the same as a Representative, and that open approach is needed ever-more in the New Hampshire Senate. Merrimack, Amherst, Milford and Wilton will be lucky to have a working family champion in Shannon Chandley.”
- PFFNH President Bill McQuillen
NEA - New Hampshire
"In her three terms in Concord Representative Chandley has been a tireless advocate for public education in New Hampshire," "As a public school graduate with four children who attended public schools, Representative Chandley knows that a strong economy is built on strong public schools. When elected, the over 800 NEA-NH members, as well as every student and parent in district 11 will know that their voice will be heard in Concord."
- NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle
"EMILY's List is proud to support Shannon where she will continue her great work in the state Senate."
- Emily's List