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In today's editions: Voter's Guide
Voters in New Hampshire head to the polls Tuesday to decide Republican and Democratic nominees for several state, federal and county offices.
Among the top offices on the ballot are three candidates seeking the Republican nomination for governor, including Ovide Lamontagne, Kevin Smith and Robert Tarr. On the Democratic side, three candidates are also seeking the nomination to face off against the winner of the GOP primary. They include Democrats Jackie Cilley, Maggie Hassan, and Bill Pearce Kennedy. Profiles of all six candidates appear on these pages.
This special guide also features answers that other candidates gave to our questionnaire asking their opinions on key issues relative to the positions they are seeking. The key races include primary contests for Congress in both districts, three Executive Council districts and nine of the 24 state senate seats, and
Please see www.UnionLeader.com/voterguide for more on Tuesday's primary election, including expanded profiles of the candidates for governor, answers from both the Republican and Demoratic candidates running for governor.
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