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Town of Salem Announces Candidates and Election Details for Town Office Elections

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Town of Salem, NH

The Town of Salem is excited to announce the official list of candidates for the upcoming Town Office Elections scheduled for March 12, 2024. As the community prepares to cast their votes, residents will have the opportunity to choose representatives for various key positions within the town.

The elections will be held on March 12, 2024, across Salem’s five polling districts. Voting will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the following locations:

  • District 1: Fisk School, 14 Main St.
  • District 2: Soule School, 173 South Policy St.
  • District 3: Barron School, 55 Butler St.
  • District 4: Ingram Senior Center, 1 Sally Sweets Way
  • District 6: North Salem School, 140 Zion Hill Rd.

Residents are encouraged to exercise their right to vote and participate in shaping the future of the town. The following is the official list of candidates for various town offices:

Town Councilor for Three Years (Vote for Three):

  • Robert “Bob” Bryant
  • Daniel Guild
  • Jeffrey Hatch
  • Donna Loranger
  • Lisa Withrow

Budget Committee for Three Years (Vote for Three):

  • Jeff Boyer
  • Gary Karibian
  • Scott Olsen
  • Jon Stark
  • Brian Tipton Thornock

Budget Committee for One Year (Vote for One):

  • Ross Cooper
  • Brenda Tecce

Town Moderator for Two Years (Vote for One):

  • Christopher Goodnow

Supervisor of the Checklist for Six Years (Vote for One):

  • Melissa M. Sorcinelli
  • Jamie Thornock

Library Trustee for Three Years (Vote for One):

  • Christopher George

Trustee of the Trust Funds for Three Years (Vote for One):

  • Marybeth Stramaglia

Planning Board for Three Years (Vote for Two):

  • Lawson Brouse
  • Jim Harvey
  • Damon Norcross

Zoning Board of Adjustment for Three Years (Vote for Two):

  • Edward Huminick

Zoning Board of Adjustment for One Year (Vote for One):

  • Dionne Garon

“The upcoming elections are a crucial opportunity for Salem residents to have their voices heard and play an active role in shaping the future of our community,” said Assistant Town Manager Joe Devine.

For more information on the election process residents can visit the Town of Salem’s official website.

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