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The 80th and current Governor of New Hampshire, serving since 2005.
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ENG: John H. Lynch (born November 25, 1952) is the 80th and current Governor of New Hampshire. Lynch was first elected in 2004 and has been re-elected every two years since. Early life Lynch was born in Waltham, Massachusetts, the fifth of William and Margaret Lynch's six children. He attended local schools prior to earning his undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire in 1974, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to his election, Lynch's career included work as Director of Admissions at Harvard Business School, CEO of Knoll Inc., a national furniture manufacturer, and president of The Lynch Group, a business consulting firm in Manchester, New Hampshire. Lynch was serving as Chairman of the ...
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Lynch's lunacy: Putting NY criminals on NH's streets

Gov. John Lynch's get-out-of-jail-early law was supposed to make Granite Staters safer. There are numerous ways it does the opposite, and last week turned up a surprising new one: It releases dangerous offenders from other states inside New Hampshire and traps them here. Luis Torres, 55, was convicted in 2001 of raping a 7-year-old girl in Merrimack. Torres committed his crime in New Hampshire, but he isn't from here. He's from New York, and he wants to go back. Under the state's old sentencing laws, Torres would stay in prison until the end of his sentence, then be released to go ...

Lynch calls Stephen's budget claims 'nonsense'

EJ Hersom/Staff photographer Gov. John Lynch sat down with editors of Foster's Tuesday for an editorial board meeting. Gov. John Lynch defended his budgets Tuesday, calling opponent John Stephen's assertions the state has been mismanaged "nonsense."In a meeting with the Foster's editorial board, Lynch responded to several recent statements by the Stephen campaign and detailed his plans for New Hampshire if elected to a fourth term."We're not going to have a deficit," the Hopkinton Democrat said. "We're going to make the tough decisions we need to make in the next biennium to ...

Lynch speaks before students, Democrats

Governor John Lynch spoke to students at a meeting of the Dartmouth College Democrats on Monday evening. Surrounded by a crowd of students at a lectern in the Hinman Forum of the Rockefeller Center, New Hampshire Democratic Governor John Lynch discussed his experiences as governor, asked about students’ political concerns and answered questions about his vision for New Hampshire’s future at an event co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center and the Dartmouth College Democrats. The event, described as a “meet and greet,” allowed students to share with the ...

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