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 Telegraph once again be publishing short biographies and questionnaires post on NashuaTelegraph.com and, for some contested major races, in the newspaper.

Anybody on the ballot on a town in Greater Nashua, no matter what the office being sought, is welcome to take this opportunity to introduce themselves to voters; there is, of course, no charge.

If you’d like to be part of this, send an email to dbrooks@nashuatelegraph.com with “Candidate request” in the subject line. Include your town and the office you’re seeking.

We’ll email back the form, asking basic biographic information and a general question, to fill out and return, the sooner the better. You can include a photo if you like.

We’ll put all responses online and consider them for publication in The Telegraph’s print edition. With well over 100 people running for different offices in our circulation area, we can’t fit most of them in the paper, unfortunately.

Most responses from Souhegan Valley candidates will be published in our sister weekly papers, The Cabinet and the Hollis/Brookline Journal.

– DAVID BROOKS

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 Telegraph will once again be publishing short biographies and questionnaires on www.nashuatelegraph.com and, for some contested major races, in the newspaper.

Anybody on the ballot in a town in Greater Nashua, no matter what the office being sought, is welcome to take this opportunity to introduce themselves to voters There is, of course, no charge.

If you’d like to be part of this, send an email to dbrooks@nashuatelegraph.com with “Candidate request” in the subject line. Include your town and the office you’re seeking.

We’ll email back the form, asking basic biographic information and a general question, to fill out and return, the sooner the better. You can include a photo if you like.

We’ll put all responses online and consider them for publication in The Telegraph’s print edition. With well over 100 people running for different offices in our circulation area, we can’t fit most of them in the paper, unfortunately.

Most responses from Souhegan Valley candidates will be published in our sister weekly papers, The Cabinet and the Hollis/Brookline Journal.