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Stacie Laughton
Stacie Laughton
Stacie Laughton of Nashua made national headlines when she was elected as the first transgendered State Representative in New Hampshire history.

Laughton then made headlines again a few weeks later, when it was revealed that Barry Charles Laughton Jr., her previous identity, was convicted of multiple felonies and served time in jail.
Stacie Laughton Quotes
After having her pre-transgender criminal record being exposed, New Hampshire State Rep-elect Stacie Laughton made quite a claim.
I never lied and I owe no apologies.
Stacie Laughton, November 28, 2012

After being outed as a convicted felon, Stacie Laughton had an interesting take on it when asked by WMUR.
Um, I guess the positive is that my future in politics isn't completely over, it's just a uh temporary setback.
Stacie Laughton, November 27, 2012 Audio and/or video clip available

In an interview with the Nashua Patch, New Hampshire State Rep-elect Stacie Laughton claimed she didn't feel it was necessary to tell voters about her criminal past prior to her gender change.
I didn't feel it was necessary to tell
Stacie Laughton, November 24, 2012

In an interview with the Nashua Patch, New Hampshire State Rep-elect Stacie Laughton tried to talk his/her way out of not disclosing his/her criminal past to voters.
I know we live in a society where they say once you're a felon and shouldn't be able to work here, or there. But people get out of jail, every day, and we spend so much to rehabilitate them. I just want to prove myself.
Stacie Laughton, November 24, 2012

Prior to her pre-transgender criminal record being exposed, New Hampshire State Rep-elect Stacie Laughton thought his/her election would inspire a chance in politics.
I believe that at this point, the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community will hopefully be inspired. My hope is that now maybe well see more people in the community running, maybe for alderman. Maybe in the next election, well have a senator.
Stacie Laughton, November 7, 2012

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