Tom Sherman

Meet Tom

Having grown up in Darien, Connecticut, Dr. Sherman recalls that his lifelong commitment to service was spawned early. Starting in 1968, his mother Jean designed and directed a program through their church called Person-Person, providing outreach to those in need in the local community. Tom helped his parents at swimming programs and delivering holiday food and presents to families in neighboring towns, leaving an indelible impression that one person can make a positive difference in the lives of others.

Contact Tom

“I will place my constituents and the interest of the Granite State first, bringing to the Senate results-driven leadership that focuses
 on strategic solving for New Hampshire’s most critical and complex issues”

Contact

(603) 568-5677

Mail

296 Harbor Road, Rye, NH 03870
Email: tom@tomsherman.us

2 days ago
Thanks to NHFPI for a great conference on the NH budget. #nhpolitics https://t.co/EfIubxfme8 TomShermanNH photo
3 days ago
Thank you to John Tinios and the Galley Hatch for hosting The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours. Wonderful meeting Janet Hogan Carroll and seeing business leaders like Bob Preston! #nhpolitics https://t.co/hL7vfszEZh TomShermanNH photo
2 weeks ago
Thank you Seacoast Pathways for a great visit with members and staff of the Clubhouse! Wonderful people doing wonderful work! #nhpolitics https://t.co/VndAZmHIcC TomShermanNH photo
3 weeks ago
It’s unconscionable to leave someone with a life-threatening illness untreated or under treated for weeks. Grateful for the bipartisan support my bill received yesterday.

Together we can get this done!

#nhpolitics

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4 weeks ago
I have constituents in my district who can’t even afford their medications as a result of the shutdown. We need to help each other get through this crisis! https://t.co/8GjxzlFls6
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NH Senate Democrats @NHSenateDems
READ: Today the @NHSenateDems and @NHHouseDems called on @GovChrisSununu to take immediate action, through executive authority, to protect Granite Staters impacted by the shutdown #nhpolitics https://t.co/oqP4LUGtGW
4 weeks ago
We cannot wait 5 months for the “budget process” as long as there are patients waiting untreated in our ERs! Surplus eyed to address psychiatric wait times https://t.co/ceKev9YgrM via @laconiadailysun
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