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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Getting ready for next week’s election (you do know there’s an election, right?)

A party primary will be held next Tuesday, Sept. 9, as you may or may not have heard.

While a few races have drawn national attention, notably the push to choose a Republican challenger to U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, most state- and county-level races are flying under the radar – partly because most are uncontested. ...

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A party primary will be held next Tuesday, Sept. 9, as you may or may not have heard.

While a few races have drawn national attention, notably the push to choose a Republican challenger to U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, most state- and county-level races are flying under the radar – partly because most are uncontested.

The Telegraph asked candidates in state representative races that are contested to submit short bios, but only a few have done so. You can see the responses we have received, as well as getting a look at the complete ballot in your town and other race coverage, at the election page on our website, at www.nashuatelegraph.com/topics/election-2014

If you’re a candidate in a contested state representative race and want to get your response in, email dbrooks@nashuatelegraph.com, with “Candidate Questionnaire” in the subject line.