Meet Muriel. She's Our State Representative!

Muriel Hall is eager and excited to continue serving in the NH State House representing the communities of Bow and Hopkinton in the upcoming term. Muriel is committed to defending NH public education, workers' rights, and supporting policies that promote strong, healthy, and safe communities and result in better lives for individuals and families.

A lifelong Granite Stater and longtime Bow resident, Muriel has dedicated her life to enriching the lives of others. Prior to her retirement, Muriel taught at Bow Memorial School for 32 years. She has been recognized for excellence in education, leadership, advocacy, and service to community at the local, state, and national levels. Throughout her teaching career, Muriel put her heart and soul into her conviction that great public schools are a basic right for every child.


Primary: September 13, 2022
General Election: November 8, 2022

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  • NEA-New Hampshire

  • Granite State Teamsters

  • Emily's List

  • SEA-SEIU 1984


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Muriel's Priorities

A direct correlation exists between property values and quality public education. Any attempts to defund our public schools by supporting vouchers for private schools, home schoolers, and charter schools weaken NH public education and will have a negative impact on NH communities.

Labor unions helped build a middle class in America, with workers collectively bargaining for better wages, benefits, and working conditions. Right-to-Work and ‘transparent’ collective bargaining are designed to undermine unions and workers' rights, and they are wrong for NH.

As State Rep, Muriel will continue working for the next generation of New Hampshire. In addition to being a strong voice for public education and labor, she will advocate for women and families, environmental justice, LGBTQ rights, expanding access to affordable and quality healthcare, and improving NH's infrastructure--these and other issues that will provide Granite Staters with greater opportunities and better lives.

Muriel believes that when we work together for the common good, our future is bright.

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Vote for MURIEL HALL on June 8!

For 36 years, Muriel and her husband Tim have lived in Bow where they proudly raised their two sons, Jim and John. The Halls, including daughter-in-law Rachel, are outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy adventures in Mother Nature.