Preliminary election results for Lawrence.
Residents in Lawrence, Methuen and Haverhill will head to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in a variety of municipal races.
Lawrence City Clerk William Maloney said he and his staff have been "running around like crazy" to help insure voters can cast their ballots Tuesday, he said.
Here is information on where to vote in your city and the candidates to choose from.
METHUEN — Mayoral candidate Neil Perry is firing back at his opponent, Jennifer Kannan, by naming 128 Methuen women who support his campaign despite accusation that he mistreated his ex-wife and female co-workers.
HAVERHILL — Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide who will lead Haverhill as it deals with growing pains: an increasing student population, a gang problem that threatens public safety, sewage that sometimes flows into the Merrimack River.
Voters will choose their mayor from these two candidates. The winner will serve the next two years.
METHUEN — Mayoral candidate Jennifer Kannan has once again accused her opponent Neil Perry of mistreating women, this time in the corporate world.
In a lengthy statement to The Eagle-Tribune, Trahan said she "didn't give much thought to what bank account to use," even though it is illegal for a spouse to donate more than $2,800 per election to a candidate.
Have you gotten to know your Lawrence's City Council candidates? From crime to the quality of education to ongoing gas line repairs, candidates are campaigning on a diverse range of issues.
It's incumbent Donna Bertolino vs. Kassandra Infante in Lawrence's District A.
PELHAM, N.H. — Presidential hopeful and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker turned his house party conversation toward values, rather than policies on Sunday morning.
Higher than anticipated voter turnout and additional time spent processing early voting ballots contributed to delays in unofficial tallies being sent out across the region on election night, local clerks said.