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October 25, 2012

Twelve vie for seven House seats in Londonderry

Voters face tough choices

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David Lundgren

Age: 60

Incumbent: Yes

Party: Republican

Elective Experience: State representative

Occupation: Chiropractor

What would you plan to do if elected?: I would like to try to be an avenue between both parties to hopefully be able to have them work together

Bryan Merrill

Age: 19

Occupation: Political science researcher and analyst

Elective experience: None

Incumbent: No

Party: Democrat

What would you plan to do if elected?: I will improve the economy, attract businesses, mitigate downshifting and taxes, and ameliorate the budget deficit, as well as support public and higher education.

Lisa Whittemore

Age: 65

Occupation: Clerical administrator

Incumbent: No

Party: Democrat

Elective experience: Londonderry School Board, Budget Committee

What do you plan to do if elected?: I will serve as a moderate Londonderry representative, advocating for our people and our community, seeking consensus with others who work toward the best solution.

Edward Combes

Age: 26

Incumbent: No

Elective Experience: None

Party: Democrat

Occupation: Grad student, real estate, merchandising

What would you plan to do if elected?: I would try to get back funding for public schools and the university system, the education in New Hampshire is the way to move forward.

Gary Vermillion

Age: 50

Incumbent: No

Elective Experience: None

Party: Democrat

Occupation: Journeyman carpenter

What would you plan to do if elected?: I will vote no on right to work bills, I will vote for expanded gaming to restore all the cuts to the state budget funding.

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