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In Concord, contested races for mayor and council seats
An estimated 14 percent of the city’s estimated 27,046 registered voters are expected to cast ballots in what is predicted to be average voter turnout, the clerk’s office said.
Topping the ballot in the non-partisan, municipal election is the three-way race for mayor. John Cook and Chris Booth are challenging Mayor Jim Bouley, who is seeking re-election to a fourth, two-year term.
In Ward 2, voters will elect either Tim Bauman or Allan Herschlag to be their next councilor.
Kevin Bloom, Byron Champlin and Michael DelloIacono are in a three-way race for the Ward 4 Councilor seat.
Incumbent Ward 8 Councilor Dick Patten faces challenges from Dennis R. Soucy and Gail R. Matson.
All ward council terms are two years.
Ward One: Immaculate Conception Church, Bonney Street, Penacook;
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