The New Hampshire Blue Book
||The Handbook of New Hampshire Elected Officials 2013/2014, commonly referred to as The Blue Book, is available now.
For more than three decades, this publication has been a trusted reference tool for thousands of key New Hampshire leaders in law, education, media, government, high tech and the business sector.
With its purchase by the BIA, the Blue Book has been updated and redesigned with a more contemporary style in an easy-to-read format. It is an excellent complement to the BIA’s long-published, pocket-sized legislative directory.
In addition, for the first time ever, it is available by subscription as an online, searchable directory (available only with purchase of print book). Access everything in the print edition and bonus information not available in the print version from the convenience or your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
The Blue Book and accompanying online, searchable Blue Book includes:
- Photos, contact information, biographies and profiles of state elected officials
- Committee assignments
- Explanations of the lawmaking and budget-making process
- A directory of registered lobbyists and their clients
- Listing of state agencies and commissioners, contact information and term dates
In addition, the online Blue Book will offer graphical seating charts and committee assignments for all House and Senate members. This feature is particularly useful at the beginning of the session as you begin to learn about newly elected officials and new committee assignments.
The online Blue Book will be updated throughout the biennium to reflect changes in leadership, committee assignments and special elections.
The Blue Book, online Blue Book and pocket legislative directory offer the most accurate, comprehensive and up-to-date compilation of information available about New Hampshire government and politics. Don’t miss out; subscribe today!
Blue Book - $49 / $39 each for 10 or more books
Blue Book and online subscription - $79 individual / $199 corporate (unlimited users)
To order, visit NHBlueBook.com.