Representative Anne McLane KusterRepresentative Anne McLane Kuster

Key Information

  • District: New Hampshire's 2nd
  • Party: Democrat
  • Term: 2012-2014
  • Committees: House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House Committee on Agriculture, House Small Business Committee
  • Ally Since: 2012


Ann McLane Kuster was elected to the United States Congress to represent New Hampshire’s 2nd District in November 2012, and was sworn into office on January 3, 2013. She is the first woman to ever represent the district in Congress.

As a longtime community activist, author, attorney, and advocate, Annie has focused her career on increasing access to affordable health care and higher education for families. She has been actively involved in a number of significant health and education policy issues, including the creation of the Medication Bridge Program to distribute free medication to low-income families, and the UNIQUE College Savings Program to help families save for their children to attend college.

Annie graduated from Dartmouth College in 1978, in the third class with women. She graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1984.

Foreign Policy Views

”We need to be a global leader who brings the international community together to find solutions to the world's pressing challenges, including economic, environmental, military and political.”

”To provide for the defense of the United States or our allies from attack or imminent attack, or to prevent genocide or other crimes against humanity. I support the current plans for withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan, and have urged the President to withdraw our troops as quickly as possible.”

Source – Global Solutions Candidate Questionnaire

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