LACONIA — When Dan Lasata moved to Laconia seven years ago he saw problems. Today he says he sees potential. That opportunity for positive growth is a big reason that Lasata has decided to run for City Council.
LACONIA — Dawn Johnson, a first-term Republican State Representative and second-term school board member from Ward 4, is running for mayor with plans to bring honesty, transparency, integrity and greater responsiveness to citizens if elected in November.
LACONIA — Andrew Hosmer sees a lot of positive energy in Laconia. The challenge, he says, is channeling that energy in a way that ensures the city’s prosperity and economic growth.
LACONIA — Ward 4 City Councilor Mark Haynes believes that one of the biggest lessons he has learned in his four years on the council is the value of working to find common ground with other members of the council.
LACONIA — Marc Forgione says he is not content to be a bystander. He’s been a Scout leader and involved in youth sports organizations. Now he has decided to run for Ward 4 City Council.
LACONIA — Tyler Gonnion does not see himself as a remarkable person, and it is for just that reason that he sees himself as a fitting candidate for mayor.
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More New Hampshire voters will be casting an absentee ballot in the November election than ever before. And since the state is allowing any eligible voter to cast an absentee ballot this year because of the pandemic, many are using the process for the first time.