From Staff Reports Portsmouth Herald, November 7, 2018
GREENLAND — Incumbent Democratic state Rep. Dennis Malloy won re-election Tuesday in District 23, which includes Greenland and Newington.
Both candidates are from Greenland.
Malloy won in Greenland by a vote of 1,331 to 966. In Newington, Robertson won by a vote of 258 to 249, but the margin was not enough to offset the numbers in Greenland.
A career in public television brought Malloy to New Hampshire from his native Iowa in 2001. He worked as chief development officer of N.H. Public Television based in Durham for 10 years, after having served as director of community relations and development at Iowa Public Television for 15 years, and in a commercial radio station. Malloy retired in 2011.
Malloy had previously been a state representative for Barrington, and a selectman in Barrington for 3½ years. In addition to his current service in the Legislature, Malloy serves on the boards of Leadership New Hampshire, New Generation, Great Bay Stewards and the Pease Restoration Advisory Board, which was established after PFAS contamination of wells on Pease.