David Alukonis served seven terms in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. His committee membership included: Public Works & Highways, Finance, the Governor’s Revenue Estimating Panel and Capital Budget Overview. He chaired the Ways & Means Committee as well as the Tax Equity & Efficiency Commission. David also served on the Christa McAuliffe Sabbatical Award Committee and was instrumental in the production of New Hampshire’s presentation at the Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife in Washington, D.C.In 2004, David was appointed to the National Assessment Governing Board which sets policy for the National Assessment of Educational Progress, commonly known as The Nation's Report Card.
Elected to three terms on the Hudson School Board, David was its chairman for eight years. Other local involvement includes Hudson Old Home Days, The Presentation of Mary Academy, Children of Hudson Interacting with Police Services, and the Jeffrey Roome Memorial Foundation. A local historian, Dave is a lifetime member of the Hudson Historical Society and, being a consummate taphophile, is trustee of several of Hudson’s oldest cemeteries.
David is a graduate of Alvirne High School and Boston College. He, along with his wife Michele and son Seamus, live on the property once known as the Granite State Dairy which has been home to five generations of his family.