Nashua city races beginning to take shape
Potential candidates have until Friday to hand in their paperwork and get their names on the November ballot.
"I look forward to serving the city again," she told the New Hampshire Union Leader. She said she will deliver her nomination papers to Nashua City Hall this week.
McGuinness, a former state representative who served from 2011-2012, said he enjoys public service and would like to get involved in city politics.
In Ward 2, incumbent Richard Dowd is the only person who has filed to seek that position.
As of Friday, the Ward 4 alderman race was vacant, as no one had registered for the seat. Incumbent Arthur Craffey was unavailable on Monday, but did say earlier that he intends to seek re-election.
In Ward 6, Alderman Paul Chasse will face off against Kathy Snyder of Jalbert Drive.
So far in Wards 7 and 8, incumbents June Caron and Mary Ann Melizzi-Golja are running uncontested.
There are four Board of Education positions up for re-election, including four-year terms now filled by David Murotake, Thomas Vaughan, Sandra Ziehm and Dennis Ryder. As of Friday, Murotake, Vaughan, Ryder, Dotty Oden and George Farrington were verified as candidates.
- With non-critical federal services shutting down and no budget deal in sight, whom do you blame for the impasse?
- Both are to blame
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