Election 2022 voter guide

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(New links will be added as we publish stories ahead of the election.)

Statewide races

U.S. Senate: Bolduc vs. Hassan

CD1: Pappas vs Leavitt

CD2: Burns vs. Kuster

Governor: Sherman vs. Sununu

Executive Council: Districts 1, 2, 4

Ballot questions: Constitutional convention, abolish register of probate amendment

State Senate

District 7: Lobban vs. Innis: Andover, Boscawen, Bradford, Bristol, Danbury, Franklin, Henniker, Hill, Hillsborough, Newbury, Salisbury, Sutton, Tilton, Warner, Webster, Wilmot

District 8: Lovett vs. Ward: Deering, Dunbarton, Weare

District 15: Whitley vs. Banfill: Bow, Hopkinton, Concord

District 17: Pearl vs. Tappan:  Allenstown, Barnstead, Canterbury, Chichester, Deerfield, Epsom, Loudon, Northfield, Northwood, Nottingham, Pembroke, Pittsfield

Merrimack County Sheriff

David Croft vs. Keith Mitchell

State representative

The following are candidate breakdowns for contested races only

 

Merrimack 1 Boscawen, 1 seat

Merrimack 2: Northfield, 1 seat

Merrimack 3: Franklin, 2 seats

Merrimack 4: Canterbury, Loudon, 2 seats

Merrimack 5, Andover, Danbury, Hill, Salisbury, Webster, 2 seats

Merrimack 6, Sutton, Wilmot, 1 seat

Merrimack 8, Bradford, Henniker, Warner, 3 seats

Merrimack 9, Bow, Hopkinton, 4 seats

Merrimack 10, Dunbarton, Hooksett, 4 seats

Merrimack 11, Allenstown, 1 seat

Merrimack 12, Pembroke, 2 seats

Merrimack 13, Chichester, Pittsfield, 2 seats

Merrimack 14: Epsom, 1 seat

Merrimack 15: Concord Ward 1 -- Steve Shurtleff, unopposed

Merrimack 16: Concord Ward 2 -- Connie Boyles Lane, unopposed

Merrimack 17: Concord Ward 3 -- Beth Richards, unopposed

Merrimack 18: Concord Ward 4

Merrimack 19: Concord Ward 5

Merrimack 20: Concord Ward 6 -- Eric Gallager, unopposed

Merrimack 21: Concord Ward 7

Merrimack 22: Concord Ward 8

Merrimack 23: Concord Ward 9

Merrimack 24: Concord Ward 10

Merrimack 25 (floterial): Franklin Wards 1, 2, 3 & Northfield, 1 seat 

Merrimack 26 (floterial): Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Danbury, Hill, Loudon, Salisbury, Webster, 2 seats

Merrimack 27 (floterial): Allenstown, Dunbarton, Epsom, Hooksett, 2 seats

Merrimack 28 (floterial): Concord Wards 1, 2, 3

Merrimack 29 (floterial): Concord Wards 4, 9, 10

Merrimack 30 (floterial): Concord Wards 5, 6, 7, 8

 

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