Cilley departs as Shea-Porter's district director; Gilboy takes over
Shea-Porter's office said only that Cilley, of Barrington, is pursuing "other opportunities."
Shea-Porter's current outreach director, Chuck Gilboy, will take over in the district director's post, the office said.
Shea-Porter named Cilley district director shortly after reclaiming the 1st District U.S. House seat last November.
Gilboy started working for Shea-Porter in 2008. A New England native, Gilboy holds a Bachelor's degree in political science from Elon University.
"Chuck Gilboy has extensive knowledge of the issues facing New Hampshire," Shea-Porter said. "His experience working with federal, state, and local governments will be an enormous asset to this office and to New Hampshire's First District."
According to Shea-Porter's office, Gilboy will continue to work out of Shea-Porter's Manchester and Rochester offices. He will officially begin his duties as District Director next Tuesday, Sept. 3.
"Our office thanks Jackie Cilley for her service to New Hampshire," Shea-Porter said. "We appreciate the work that Jackie did helping to get our Manchester and Rochester district offices up and running, and we wish her luck in her future endeavors."
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