Hooksett town ballot has just two contested races
Town Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 13, from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at David R. Cawley Middle School.
Sullivan, who seeks his second consecutive Town Council term, and fourth overall, was recently re-elected to the Hooksett School Board as well. If reelected, he said he doesn’t expect the two positions to conflict.
“I believe we need to continue on the same path we have taken in the last few years, working together, allowing full debate, and instilling full confidence in our board, administration and the services all our great departments provide, and working on finding ways to improve services while being mindful of the tax impact,” he said.
The other contested opening is for a six-year term as Supervisor of the Checklist. Voters may choose between Bob Ehlers and Bryan Williams for the position.
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