Girard at Large On Air News Read for July 26, 2017

Manchester Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh, Democrat from Ward One, will be District Sixteen’s next state senator, having beaten former Senator David Boutin, Republican from Hooksett, handily in yesterday’s special election.  The unofficial tally has Cavanaugh with four thousand seven hundred forty-six votes, or just under fifty-five percent and Boutin with three thousand eight hundred fourteen votes, or forty-four percent.  Libertarian Jason Dubrow of Dunbarton received one hundred nine votes or just over one percent.  The election was held to fill the vacancy created by the death of Senator Scott McGilvray, Democrat from Hooksett.

The victory had Democratic State Party Chair Raymond Buckley crowing as if his party had actually flipped the seat. | More…

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