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New Hampshire

February 2, 2013

Candidates file for town, school offices in N.H.

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Five people are seeking two three-year terms on the Budget Committee. They are Josef Brown, Eugene Morgan, Paul Welch, Stephan Coufos and Martha Spaulding.

Steven Plante hopes to upset incumbent Russell Frydryck in his bid for a one-year Budget Committee seat.

John Manning and Arthur Nobrega are vying for a three-year seat on the Zoning Board of Adjustment.

There are three candidates for two three-year Planning Board seats — incumbents Edward DeClercq and Linda Harvey and newcomer Albert MacDonald.

Incumbent Harley Featherston is running unopposed for another three-year term as Trustee of Trust Funds.

Genevieve Lord is running unopposed for a three-year term as library trustee.

There are three candidates for two three-year School Board seats. Candidates include incumbents Patricia Corbett and Peter Morgan and John Manning.

Incumbent Kelly Bryant is running unopposed for a three-year school district clerk position.

Incumbent Linda Cornwell is unopposed for a three-year term as school district treasurer.

Mark Pearson is running unopposed for a three-year term as school district moderator.

Sanborn Regional School District

There are three contested races in the Sanborn School District.

Incumbent School Board member James Doggett is being challenged by Renee King for a three-year position representing Newton.

Two Kingston newcomers, Jon LeBlanc and Jason Faria, are vying for a three-year School Board term.

Incumbent Budget Committee member Jay Pramberg is being challenged for a three-year member-at-large term by Patricia Stephan.

Incumbent Moderator Richard Russman is running unopposed for a one-year term.

Incumbent Budget Committee members Barry Gluck of Newton and Beth Scanlon of Kingston are running unopposed for two three-year terms. Incumbent Tom Gasse of Newton is unopposed for a one-year term.

Sandown

Three newcomers are seeking a two-year term as treasurer in Sandown — Bruce Cleveland, James Devine and Erica Olsen.

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