Senator Jeb Bradley was elected to the New Hampshire Senate in a special election in April of 2009 and after being re-elected in 2010 was chosen to serve as Senate Majority Leader.
Jeb Bradley previously served as New Hampshire's Congressman representing Congressional District 1 for four years from 2002-2006.
He also served in the New Hampshire House of Representatives for 12 years.
He received the Legislator of the Year Award from the New Hampshire Association of Counties in 2010.
Jeb owned several small businesses in Wolfeboro, including an organic grocery and a painting business. He is a graduate of Tufts University.
Jeb and his wife Barbara have four children and live in Wolfeboro. Jeb has climbed all 48 of the 4000-foot peaks in the White Mountains, including all of them in the winter. He is in the process of climbing the 100 highest peaks in New England. Bradley is an avid Red Sox, Celtics and Patriots fan.