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Meet your select board candidates March 3


February 24, 2021
PLYMOUTH — Three candidates are on this year's ballot running for a position on the Town of Plymouth Select Board for a three-year term. There will be an opportunity to learn more about them and ask questions Wednesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The link will be posted on the Town of Plymouth website. The session will also be broadcast live on YouTube.

Caroline Dowling had planned to run for selectman; however, the demands on her time due to work and parenting have changed. She is not able to run for this position this year. Unfortunately, by the time of this discovery, it was too late to remove her name from the ballot. She is a working parent with a child in the Plymouth public school system. She will keep her options open for future involvement in the continued development and growth of this great little town where she has made her home and thanks everyone for all the efforts to make this town special.

John Randlett has served on numerous boards in Plymouth for the past fifteen years. He served on the Budget Advisory Committee as board chairman, selectman representative to the committee for thirteen years. He served on the Trustee of the Trust Fund board for two years before he was selected to finish and unexpired term of nine months on the select board. He then served on the planning board for seven years, holding various position including chairman and vice chair. The past six years, he has served as a selectman, holding various position including chairman and vice chair in various years.

Ted Wisniewski is a 30-plus-year resident of Plymouth with four years' experience working on the town Advisory Budget Committee. He is an accomplished leader with 30 years' experience working in Information Technology and Information Technology Management. He went to Plymouth State and liked the area so much he decided to stay. He met his wife here and raised two daughters who both attended Plymouth public schools. As a decision maker, he relies on facts, looks for efficiencies, is willing to challenge the status quo, and is dedicated to doing the job well. He describes himself as a pragmatic, fiscally conservative thinker and feels his experience on the budget committee and his long-time residence in Plymouth will enable him to serve the town of Plymouth well. In his free time, he enjoys being outdoors and is an avid hiker and finisher of the NH 48 Four-Thousand footers, 52 with a view, NH Terrifying 25, White Mountains Redlining, and all the local trails.

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