Local candidates, take note: It’s time to ask for our questionnaires
If you’re a candidate on a local ballot in the March election take note: As it has done for many years, The Hollis Brookline Journal will publish short biographies and questionnaires at www.cabinet.com and, for some major races, in the newspaper. Anybody on the ballot in a Souhegan Valley town or a town in the surrounding area, no matter what the office being sought, is welcome to take this opportunity to introduce themselves to voters; there is no charge.
If you’d like to participate, email dbrooks@nashua
telegraph.com with “Candidate request” in the subject line. Include your town and office you’re seeking. We’ll email back the form asking basic biographical information and a general question, which you can fill out and return.
– DAVID BROOKS