Gail Huff Brown Announces Candidacy


Gail Huff Brown Announces Candidacy for New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District

Huff Brown brings experience and passion to the table in the race for New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District

RYE, NH – In a video released today titled “I’m In,” Gail Huff Brown, 59 of Rye, where she has been a homeowner and taxpayer for 30 years, announced she would challenge career politician Chris Pappas in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District.

A proud Granite Stater, Huff Brown has 30 years of experience as a reporter in New England. Known as a truth-seeking, tough, and trusted journalist, Huff Brown became a household name across Southern New Hampshire. For the past four years, Huff Brown served the Trump administration alongside her husband in the Indo-Pacific, including New Zealand and Samoa.

“I am a conservative mother, military spouse, and new grandmother who cares deeply about our country – and I worry about the direction we are headed, and the country we are leaving behind for our children and grandchildren,” said Huff Brown.

In the video, Huff Brown outlines key issues our country faces. From skyrocketing debt to cancel culture, she highlights the need for new representation in congress, going on to say, “I worry about the disastrous foreign policies of the Biden-Pelosi-Pappas Administration that are making Americans less safe at home and abroad.”

Huff Brown continued, “Congress is broken, and Chris Pappas doesn’t represent Granite State values. We need serious candidates with real-life experience who are running for the right reasons: to get America back on track.

“It’s time for someone who represents Granite State values, not Washington D.C. special interests, to serve New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District. I have seen the best of what America has to offer and I believe that New Hampshire’s next Congresswoman needs to put New Hampshire and America First,” concluded Huff Brown.

Gail Huff Brown resides in Rye, New Hampshire with her husband Scott and dog Gracie. She is the mother of Dr. Arianna Brown Hendry, of Portsmouth, New Hampshire and grandmother to six-month-old Cece of Portsmouth, New Hampshire and Ayla Brown of Weymouth, Massachusetts.