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Town, school candidates can upload their bios at Telegraph website

It’s annual meeting season, which means that hundreds of people will soon be listed on town ballots throughout the region, running for positions from moderator to trust fund trustee to selectman and school board member.

Election day is Tuesday, March 12, for all area towns except Merrimack, which holds its election in Spril. ...

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It’s annual meeting season, which means that hundreds of people will soon be listed on town ballots throughout the region, running for positions from moderator to trust fund trustee to selectman and school board member.

Election day is Tuesday, March 12, for all area towns except Merrimack, which holds its election in Spril.

As part of its annual Town Meeting coverage, The Telegraph is making its website available to those candidates who want to present their biography and position statement to voters.

If you’re a candidate for any school or town office that will be on the ballot in March, you can post your information with us.

Just go to the candidate submission page, www.nashuatelegraph.com/topics/town-meeting-submit, and click on your town.

You can also find this from the NashuaTelegraph.com home page, at the link called “Town Meeting candidate bio submission forms”.

As candidate responses come in, we’ll post them online.

Any question? Contact Dave Brooks, dbrooks@nashuatelegraph.com or 594-6531.