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Bow: Poulin, Wayne earn Board of Selectmen positions

Union Leader Correspondent

March 13. 2018 11:53PM

BOW — In Tuesday’s town and school elections there were several close races.

Matthew Poulin (680 votes) and Michael G. Wayne (692) earned Bow’s two open three-year selectman seats, topping Shannon Rhodes (614) for the positions.

On the budget committee, Ben J. Kiniry’s 575 votes and Melissa Radomski’s 579 votes were enough to earn both three-year terms, edging Jeffrey Knight, who garnered 558 votes and Joseph P. Rheaume, who had 302 votes.

Jennifer Warburton defeated Converse Peirce Hunter for a five-year term as library trustee, by a margin of 602-375.

Uncontested winners included Mridula Naik, who earned another term as town clerk and tax collector with 1,048 votes; Peter F. Imse, who won a three-year town treasurer position with 963 votes; Jonathan Marvin, who assumes a three-year term as trustee of the trust fund with 949 votes; and Lisa Cohen and Jennifer McDaniel, who received 959 votes and 967 votes, respectively, to take two- and six-year terms as supervisors of the checklist.

Jennifer Strong-Rain earned a three-year seat on the Bow School Board, edging Robert Hollinger by a 623-559 margin, and John Rich won an uncontested three-year term as school district clerk with 973 votes.

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