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Who is running for what office?


State Primary is next Tuesday, no house races contested


September 08, 2010
CONCORD — The following Republicans and Democrats are running for state office in their respective primary contests on Sept. 14:

Carroll County House District One

There are no contested primary races in House District One.

These four Republicans are running for four seats: Gene Chandler (Incumbent), of Bartlett; Frank McCarthy, of Conway; Laurie Pettengill, of Bartlett; and Karen Umberger (Incumbent), of Conway. There are four seats in House District One.

These three Democrats are running for four seats: Tom Buco (Incumbent), of Conway; Ed Butler (Incumbent), of Hart's Location; Cynthia Syndi White, of Conway.

Independent candidate Daniel Avery Bacon, of Conway, is qualified to run in the general election on Nov. 2.

Carroll County House District Two

There are no contested primary races in House District Two, which has one seat.

Republican Norman Tregenza, of Madison, is running for one seat.

Democrat Bob Bridgham, (Incumbent), of Eaton, is running for one seat.

Carroll County House District Three

There are no contested primary races in House District Three.

These three Republicans are running for three seats: David Babson Jr., of Ossipee; Mark McConkey (Incumbent) of Freedom; and Harry Merrow, of Ossipee.

This one Democrat is running for three seats: Susan Wiley (Incumbent), of Sandwich.

Carroll County House District Four

There are no contested primary races in House District Four.

These four Republicans are running for four seats: Chris Ahlgren (Incumbent), of Wolfeboro; David Knox, (Incumbent) of Wolfeboro; Betsey Patten, (Incumbent), of Moultonborough; and Steve Schmidt, of Wolfeboro.

These two Democrats are running for four seats: Louise Graham, of Wolfeboro, and John White, of Wolfeboro.

Carroll County House District Five

There are no contested primary races in House District Five.

These two Republicans are running for two seats: Joseph Fleck (Incumbent), of Wakefield, and Dino Scala (incumbent), of Wakefield.

These two Democrats are running for two seats: Jeffery Ballard, of Wakefield, and Martha Pike of Brookfield.

State Senate

Candidates for State Senate seats include:

District One

John Gallus (Incumbent), of Berlin, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary for State Senate District One.

Dorothy Solomon, of Albany, is running unopposed for in the Democratic Primary for State Senate District One.

District Three

Jeb Bradley (Incumbent), of Wolfeboro, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary for State Senate in District Three.

Beverly Woods, of Wolfeboro, is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary for Senate District Three.

Executive Councilor

District One

Beth Funicella, of Jackson, is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary for executive councilor in District One.

Raymond Burton (Incumbent), of Bath, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary for executive councilor in District One.

Here are the candidates for county races

OSSIPEE — This year, the Democratic race for County Attorney is the only contested primary election in Carroll County. Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Sept. 14.

County Attorney

In the Democratic race, challenger Anthony Mincu, of Wolfeboro, will take on incumbent Robin Gordon, of Tamworth. In the general election, on Nov. 2, the winner of the Democratic Primary will face Thomas Dewhurst, III, of Bartlett, who is running unopposed in the Republican Primary.

Sheriff

Incumbent Christopher Conley, of Wolfeboro, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary. However, in the general election he will face Independent candidate Domenick Richardi, of Conway.

County Treasurer

Incumbent Jack Widmer, of Tuftonboro, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary. In the general election, he will face Maureen Westrick-Forbes, of Conway, who is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary.

Register of Deeds

Incumbent Ann Aiton, of Ossipee, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary. She has no Democratic challengers in the general election.

Register of Probate

Incumbent Gail Monet, of Madison, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary. In the general election she will face Ruth Hall, of Wakefield, who is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary.

County Commissioner

Incumbent David Sorensen, of Eaton, is running unopposed in the Republican Primary for County Commission District One.

Incumbent Chip Albee, of Tuftonboro, is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary for County Commission District Three. In the general election, he will face Asha Kenny, of Wakefield, who is running unopposed in the Republican Primary.

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