Andrew Livernois

Andrew Livernois gestures as he answers questions about his decision to run for Belknap County Attorney. Livernois has been serving in the post since last August, when he was chosen by the Belknap County Delegation to succeed Melissa Gulbrandsen who became a Circuit Court judge. (Michael Mortensen/The Laconia Daily Sun)

LACONIA — Noting that the past 10 months have energized his commitment to the job of Belknap County Attorney, Andrew Livernois on Tuesday announced his electoral bid for the position as the county’s chief prosecutor.

“I’m committed to serving the public in this capacity,” said Livernois, who was appointed to the position last August to fill out the time remaining in the term of Melissa Guldbrandsen, who moved on to serve as a judge in the state Circuit Court System. “We’re doing really good work in this office,” Livernois added, “and I want to continue that.”

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