, Derry, New Hampshire


November 1, 2012

Coyle takes on Davidson for county job

DERRY — Former town councilor Kevin Coyle hopes to win the District 3 Rockingham County commissioner job in the Nov. 6 election.

Coyle goes up against Democrat Bob Davidson of Nottingham.

District 3 towns include Derry, Londonderry, Auburn, Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham, Northwood, Chester and Windham.

In the September Republican primary Coyle beat out fellow Derry candidate Phyllis Katsakiores and longtime incumbent commissioner C. Donald Stritch to move on to the General Election against Davidson.

Davidson, a former state representative, ran for county commissioner several years ago and lost to Stritch.

Kevin Coyle

Age: 47

Party: Republican

Occupation: Lawyer

Incumbent: No

Elective experience: Derry Town Council, Derry Charter Commission

Why do you want to be elected?: To bring fresh eyes and ideas to county government. To work with our local communities to make sure county government provides what the citizens need.

Robert Davidson

Age: 41

Party: Democrat

Occupation: Sales, newspaper

Incumbent: No

Elective experience: State representative, Charter Commission, Budget Committee

Why do you want to be elected?: I want to bring a fair deal for our county workers and taxpayers, to protect taxpayers and make sure tax rate is relatively low.

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