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NH's first black candidates for Congress, state Senate set to file
Lawrence becomes the third candidate in the Second District Republican primary, facing off on Sept. 9 against state Rep. Marilinda Garcia of Salem and former state Sen. Gary Lambert of Nashua for the right to challenge incumbent Democrat Ann McLane Kuster in the fall.
Edwards is the recently retired police chief in South Hampton and a former enforcement chief for the New Hampshire Liquor Commission. He is running unopposed in the Republican primary to challenge incumbent state Sen. David Watters, a Democrat who also plans to file with the Secretary of State today.
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