A New Vision for New Hampshire: D.J. Bettencourt’s Vision for the State’s Future
In 2010, D.J. Bettencourt was elected majority leader of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, a position he held until his resignation in 2012. As majority leader, DJ Bettencourt was responsible for guiding the legislative agenda of the Republican Party, which held a majority in the House during his tenure. He was widely recognized as a skilled negotiator and was instrumental in passing important legislation during his office.
After he resigned from the legislature, D.J. Bettencourt served as policy director for New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu. In this role, he was responsible for developing and implementing education, healthcare, and environmental policies. He also worked closely with Governor Sununu to promote economic growth and job creation in the state.
Today, D.J. Bettencourt serves as New Hampshire’s Deputy Insurance Commissioner. In this role, he oversees insurance companies’ regulations and helps ensure New Hampshire residents access high-quality, affordable insurance coverage. He also works to develop and implement policies that promote competition in the insurance market and protect consumers from fraud and other forms of exploitation.
Throughout his career in public service, David J. “DJ Bettencourt has been known for his dedication to the people of New Hampshire and his commitment to making a positive difference in the state. His leadership skills, political savvy, and policy expertise have made him one of the most respected and influential figures in New Hampshire politics. Whether serving in the legislature, in the Governor’s office, or his current role as Deputy Insurance Commissioner, D.J. Bettencourt has consistently worked to make a difference in the lives of New Hampshire residents.
His tireless work to improve the state of New Hampshire and the lives of its citizens is an example of the power of dedication and leadership. He is a true asset to the state and an inspiration to all who strive for positive change.