Why I'm Running

I'm a Democrat, but I'm running because I want to help New Hampshirites, irrespective of party affiliation. I was born and raised in New Hampshire. I think we live in the greatest state in the country and I want to work to keep it that way.

My pledge is simple: I'll always put my constituents and the people of New Hampshire before lobbyists, corporations, political parties, and special interests. And I'll work hard to do so in a thoughtful and honest manner. I hope to earn your support.

Click here to learn more about me.

Iz Piedra

  • Lifelong New Hampshire resident.
  • Son of two public school teachers.
  • Attended N.H. public schools.
  • Graduate of Bates College and Boston College Law School.
  • Attorney for individuals and local businesses.

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About Iz

My name is Israel, and I'm running for New Hampshire State Representative from Manchester's Ward 2. You can call me Iz.

I first became interested in politics in high school when I competed (with my classmates) in a New Hampshire constitutional law and civics competition. That interest continued during college and I ultimately decided to go to law school. After three years of law school in Boston, I returned to New Hampshire to start my legal career. My law practice focuses on representing New Hampshire citizens like you and me in a variety of civil litigation matters. I am a proud member of the New Hampshire Association for Justice, a statewide organization working to preserve a fair and effective justice system.

In my free time, my main hobby is music. Over the years, I've been fortunate enough to perform all around the world: from the Cork Opera House in Ireland, to Faneuil Hall in Boston, to Manchester's own St. Patrick's Day Parade. I'm also an avid fan of Boston sports, particularly the Red Sox.

I love New Hampshire and want to help this great state prosper. To learn more about why I'm running, click here.