Nashua municipal elections are being held on Tuesday, November 2, and there are some very important choices to make. The most important decision is on Ballot Question 2. A Yes vote would give the Mayor and Board of Aldermen control over picking the city police commissioners.
Mayor Jim Donchess has been working hard to rush through this change to our city charter, and no reasonable person understands why. The majority of the Board of Aldermen oppose it, even though they are all in the same party as the Mayor.
We are asking everyone to turn the ballot over and Vote NO on Ballot Question 2. Learn more about the ballot question at citizensforabetternashua.com.
We have a full slate of candidates that will help reign in the profligate spending and taxing of the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen and the complete mismanagement of the schools by the Board of Education.
Please bring sanity to Nashua city government by voting for these candidates:
Board of Education – vote for four
Allison Dyer – facebook.com/AllisonDyerNashuaBOE
Kristie Hart – facebook.com/electkristiehart
Alicia Houston – facebook.com/aliciahoustonfornashuaboe
Lynn L’Heureux – facebook.com/LHeureuxforBOE
Alderman at Large – vote for three
Laura Colquhoun – facebook.com/ColquhounNashua
Paula Johnson – facebook.com/electpaulajohnson
Don Whalen – donwhalenfornashua.com
Ward 1 Alderman
Tyler Gouveia – gouveiafornh.com
Ward 2 Alderman
Donald Scott – facebook.com/DonScottWard2Nashua
Ward 3 Alderman
Daniel Richardson – facebook.com/electdanrichardson
Ward 4 Alderman
Peter Lajoie – facebook.com/peterlajoiesocial
Ward 5 Alderman
Charles (Chuck) Lothrop – facebook.com/Charles.Lothrop
Ward 6 Alderman
Alex Comeau – comeau4nashua.com
Ward 8 Alderman
Patrick (Chris) Parks – parksfornashua.com
Board of Public Works
Laurie Ortolano – facebook.com/LaurieOrtolanoforNashuaDPW
Tracy Pappas – good-gov.org/public-works
Board of Fire Commissioners
Gary Lambert – facebook.com/gary.e.lambert