From the Littleton Courier: “In Grafton District 5 (Lincoln, Livermore, Waterville Valley, and Woodstock), incumbent Republican Bonnie Ham won 199 votes, and Democratic challenger Jerry Stringham won 251. Both were unopposed in their respective primaries.” I am also thankful for the five write in votes I received on republican ballots. On to November 6th!
For the voting notice in Lincoln – see https://www.lincolnnh.org/home/news/election-voting-notice For the voting notice in Woodstock, voting is at Woodstock Town Hall, 924 Daniel Webster Highway Voting hours in Lincoln and Woodstock are from 8 am to 7 pm For voting in Waterville Valley, voting hours are from 11-7, see https://www.watervillevalley.org/home/news/primary-election-tuesday-91118 I […]
The views from Mt. Osceola on August 24 were spectacular – a nice, cool late Summer day. I couldn’t help but marvel and nature and appreciate that we have been able to keep the Northern Pass from ruining the landscape. Our legislature must continue to be diligent to only support clean energy projects that don’t […]
A podcast was recently released covering Harvard Business School Alumni Jim Langford which describes efforts to reduce opioid abuse in Georgia. His efforts began in 2008 with methamphetamines and have applied what was learned in that process to the opioid crisis. Jim created a group called the Substance Abuse Research Alliance (SARA) to gather the […]
I am impressed by the post of Lincoln Police Chief Ted Smith in the July 31st op ed page of the Manchester Union Leader. As a first line public servant in the devastating battle we face in opioid addiction, which is particularly prevalent in NH, Ted provides some excellent insight into approaches to begin to […]