Melanie Levesque is a Nashua native who currently lives in Brookline with her husband, Scott. A businesswoman, Melanie is the president of TCS of America Enterprises, a communications consulting company. Levesque earned her A.A. from New Hampshire Vocational-Technical College, B.S. from Daniel Webster College, and M.B.A. from Southern New Hampshire University.
From 2006 to 2010, and from 2012 to 2014, Melanie represented Hollis, Brookline, and Mason in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. In the House, Rep. Levesque served on both the House Election Law and the Science, Technology and Energy Committees, where she earned a reputation for working across political lines in order to enact legislation that improved the lives of the families she represented. Melanie sponsored and passed the bill to create the statewide emergency-notification system in place today.
Melanie’s priorities include providing the best quality education possible for all New Hampshire students, decreasing the cost of college, strengthening New Hampshire’s economy by expanding our economic infrastructure, and improving treatment options for those suffering from addiction while giving law enforcement and first responders the tools they need to fight the opioid crisis. Like many New Hampshirites, Melanie believes state government should live within its means. She is committed to delivering needed services without breaking the bank.
A Little More About Melanie Levesque:
Advisory Board, NH Endowment for Health
Board member, Hollis-Brookline Co-op
Former secretary, Nashua Ethics Awareness Committee
Former trustee, Nashua Boys & Girls Club
Former trustee, NH Community College