Dennis Hogan to run for Hillsborough County Attn.
Former Hillsborough County Attorney Dennis Hogan announced today that he is running to return to office.
Hogan first won election to the office of Hillsborough County Attorney in 2010, winning 53 percent of the vote in a three person contest. He was nosed out with 49.5 percent in 2012.
Hogan highlighted his successful term as reason for voters to back him. “I created budgets that spent 8 percent less money than when I arrived and I increased efficiency by studying then changing the work flow. That was done while the office handled a record amount of cases.”
Hogan has handled criminal defense, bankruptcy and personal injuries since beginning the private practice of law in 2002. Hogan established his own firm in 2005.
Nashua elected Hogan as Ward 2 Delegate to N.H.’s 17th and last Constitutional Convention in 1984. He represented Ward 2 in the N.H. Legislature after the 1984 election. In a city-wide race, Nashua elected Hogan to the Board of Education in 2005 with more votes than anyone on the ballot that day.
In 2006, Hogan stepped in to prevent Tom Alciere from becoming the Republican nominee for State Senate District 13 by receiving 89 percent of the vote from a write-in campaign.