EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

October 18, 2012

Eight seek four House seats in Windham

By John Toole jtoole@eagletribune.com
The Eagle-Tribune

---- — WINDHAM — Eight candidates, four Democrats and four Republicans, are on the ballot for four New Hampshire House seats from Windham. Here is a look at the field.

Neil Fallon

Party: Democrat

Age: 61

Elective office experience: None

Occupation: Artist and director of sales for a software development company.

What I will do if elected: Restore measured, thoughtful discourse and action to the lower chamber that will begin with legislation to repeal the disingenuous voter ID law.

Mary Griffin

Party: Republican

Age: Refused to disclose

Occupation: Retired

Elective office experience: N.H. House

What I would do if elected: The best job possible, as I always have done. You have to. My record speaks for itself.

Name: Anthony Keevan

(Did not respond.)

Walter Kolodziej

Party: Republican

Age: 68

Occupation: Sales

Elective office experience: N.H. House, two terms; Planning Board, 11 years

What I would do if elected: Continue to work to reduce spending and curb government expansion while creating an environment that fosters business growth and job creation.

Charles E. McMahon

Party: Republican

Age: 58

Occupation: Real estate agent

Elective office experience: Five terms, N.H. House; 12 years, selectman.

What I would do if elected: Enhance the New Hampshire Advantage while providing leadership and vision and continue to provide strong advocacy and constituent service on behalf of Windham citizens.

Kristi St. Laurent

Party: Democrat

Age: 45

Occupation: Physical therapist

Elective office experience: Planning Board

What I would do if elected: Support a budget that is frugal, intelligent, responsible and informed by facts while reaffirming New Hampshire’s long-standing commitment to all of its residents and businesses.

Kevin Waterhouse

Party: Republican

Age: 58

Occupation: Store owner

Elective office experience: N.H. House

What I would do if elected: Continue my work on Public Works & Highways to complete the widening of I-93 and to maintain our roads and public buildings.

Carolyn Webber

Party: Democrat

Age: 72

Occupation: Retired

Elective office experience: N.H. House, Planning Board, selectman.

What I would do if elected: Build our economy back up, cut the size of government, find a sustainable source of revenue – a destination casino in Salem would help.