Candidate Statement – Louise Andrus – State Representative Merrimack District 5

By Louise Andrus
Candidate Statement – Louise Andrus – State Representative Merrimack District 5

I am a native New Hampshire conservative candidate and the Incumbent in the House of Representatives for Merrimack County District 1: Andover, Danbury, and Salisbury (one seat). Due to redistricting, I will now be a candidate for District 5: Andover, Danbury, Hill, Salisbury, and Webster (two seats). I am not a politician. Rather, I work […]

Candidate – Chris Sununu – Governor

By Governor Chris Sununu
Candidate – Chris Sununu – Governor

Today in New Hampshire, unemployment is at its lowest rate in history, and we had the fastest growing economy in the nation in the second quarter by GDP growth. Throughout the COVID pandemic, New Hampshire was rated the #1 state for personal freedoms while also having one of the lowest death rates in the nation. […]

Candidate Statement – Ken Wells – State Representative Merrimack District 5

By Ken Wells
Candidate Statement – Ken Wells – State Representative Merrimack District 5

I’m Ken Wells, and I’m seeking re-election as your State Representative. You might ask, “Why, in these crazy times, would any reasonable person step up to do this?” A fair question… In one way or another, I’ve spent most of my adult life helping others. I reject the idea that the rules of life must […]

Breakdown Shows November 8 Election Party Platform Comparisons

Libertarian Party included on ballot for three races

The definition of a party platform (from is “a set of beliefs that are accepted as characteristic of a particular political party and presented to the public to help the public know the principles and values for which that party stands.“ We are all inundated with ads and mail, but a party’s platform can […]

Library Invites Public to Say Goodbye to Librarian 

Press release

Priscilla Poulin, the Librarian at the Andover Library, is retiring after 16 years! Stop in to say hello to Priscilla, celebrate her career at the Andover Public Library, and enjoy some donuts and coffee on Saturday, October 29, from 11 AM – noon at the Andover Public Library.

Emergency Energy Bill Passes Legislature; Help Available This Winter

From the NHEC October Newsletter

Press release

In the October newsletter from the New Hampshire Electric Co-op, the lead article informs the public about recent legislation regarding help with energy costs this winter. As part of a bill passed by the New Hampshire Legislature and signed by Governor Sununu last month, $35 million in funding for emergency energy assistance will be available […]

Andover Select Board Minutes August 17, 2022

Condensed from approved minutes Members Present:  Michelle Dudek, Chair; James Delaney, and Andy Guptill Also present for duration of appropriate item:  Marj Roy, Town Administrator; Donna Duclos; Frank Bryson; Shawn Upton; John McDonald; Peter Howard, Dubois and King Inc.; Peter Stewart, Architect; Seth Currier; Jacob Gilman; and Lisa Meier, Secretary Eastern Analytical Testing and reports […]

Andover Select Board Minutes July 19, 2022

Condensed from approved minutes Present: Michelle Dudek (Chair), Jim Delaney, Andy Guptill, Frank Brison Public: John, Cheryl Swensen (Cemetery Committee), Beth Frost (Cemetery Committee), Ken Tripp Select Board Vacancy Jim motioned to appoint Andy Guptill as Select Board member to fill the vacant spot.  Michelle seconded.  All were in favor. Highway Department Frank is working […]

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