Candidate for State Representative
District: Hillsborough 27 (Hudson)
Before being elected to the House in 2004 Jordan Ulery worked in insurance and other investigations for nearly 20 years and has developed a reputation for thorough examination of facts and innovative techniques for solving problems. Mr. Ulery has developed contacts in business, the courts, law enforcement and the investigative industry to assist in providing services. Prior to working in fraud investigation Jordan Ulery was one of the first Paramedics in New Hampshire and worked in Boston, Lowell, and at the then Bryer Motorsport Park, now New Hampshire International Speedway.
As a member of the New Hampshire League of Investigators Board of Government. Mr. Ulery received the President’s Award for service to the profession in New Hampshire in 1998 and 2001.
Even before joining the General Court, Jordan Ulery has worked closely with both the Transportation Committee and the Criminal Justice Committee of the New Hampshire House over keeping public records open and easily accessible by the public. He strongly supports the Right to Know law in New Hampshire and stresses that Part I, Article 3 of the New Hampshire Constitution does not advocate anonymity in society, rather it promotes social, civic interaction. Mr. Ulery was appointed to the New Hampshire Supreme Court Task Force on Access, chaired by Chief Justice Broderick in 2004.
Since election to the New Hampshire General Court Jordan Ulery has served on the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. In the later Committee he was a voice advocating smaller government, fees for a defined purpose, reserving the dedicated funds for the purpose for which the fees where charged and has consistently asked tough questions of the various Commissioners demanding why a fee increase was needed and what benefit, if any, that fee will be to the people of New Hampshire.
Representative Ulery is a Member of the House Republican Alliance and the American Legislative Exchange Council. In ALEC he works on the Criminal Justice and Election Law Task Force and has established contacts across the United States with free business minded colleagues. He worked with State Senator Russell Pierce of Arizona to craft Model Legislation on illegal immigration. That model legislation was the foundation for the recently passed Arizona Law.
Jordan Ulery is a Hoosier by birth, attended high school in the Green Mountain State and graduated from Saint Anselm College in 1971 with a degree in Political Science. He has lived in New Hampshire (in Nashua and Hudson) since 1967. During college he worked with Judd Gregg at Gregg & Son’s on Crown Street, Nashua. Following college, he dedicated himself to public service working in EMS. He and his wife of almost 40 years have two sons and four grandchildren. One son is serving in the United States Marine Corps, and the other is in small business medical insurance sales.