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Ferriere wins in Groton

GROTON — Robert Ferriere defeated Ronald Madan, 55-43, to win the Groton selectmen's race, the only contested position on Tuesday's town ballot.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:56

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Write-in vote for Howard Cunningham strong enough for another term on I-L board

SANDWICH — Howard Cunningham appears headed for another term on the Inter-Lakes School Board after earning 106 write-in votes in balloting yesterday. He has represented the town on the board for many years but chose not to run for another term. However, no one else filed for the office and he indicated he would except a draft.

Cunningham also attracted 108 write-in votes in Meredith. Results from Center Harbor are not available as of this writing.

There were no contested races on the 2014 ballot.

All four proposed changes to the zoning ordinance received overwhelming majority support.

In the Executive Council special election, Democrat Mike Cryans carried the town over Republican Joe Kenney by a v ote of 202 to 173.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:50

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Wakefield & Punturieri win in Moultonboro

MOULTONBOROUGH — Incumbent Russell Wakefield with 607 votes and newcomer Paul Punturieri, a member of the Planning Board, with 506 votes were elected to the Board of Selectmen.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:48

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Alpers & Lagueux claim Bristol Selectboard spots

BRISTOL — Richard Alpers and Shaun Lagueux won the two seats on the Bristol Board of Selectmen on Tuesday with tallies of 335 and 324, respectively. Paul Manganiello came in third with 319 votes while Andrew O'Hara Jr. garnered 274 votes. In the only other contested race, for four seats on the Budget Committee, the winners were David Carr with 429, Thomas Keegan, 416, Donald Milbrand, 329, and Kevin MacCaffrie, 322. Jon Thouin received 318 votes. The three minor zoning amendments also passed.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:46

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