Margaret Drye currently serves as a State Representative for New Hampshire.
She and her husband Rob helped co-found New England's first crisis pregnancy center (4th in the nation) in the Upper Valley. She and Rob are both EMTs and she is the longest-serving member on the town's rescue squad. When she isn't driving at high speed over back roads with a red light flashing, she serves as a cemetery trustee, president of the Meriden Bird Club, member of the Board of Directors of the Big E, and vice-chairman of the GSN. She spent 13 years on the board of the Hanover Co-op, the nation's 2nd largest food co-op, finishing her term as Chairman of the Board.
Margaret and her husband have 9 children and she taught all of them at home, through high school.