Hooksett officials move to correct election error
HOOKSETT — Last week, Hooksett officials realized they had made a mistake in posting four open town council vacancies, having identified each as a three-year seat. In reality, one of two at-large openings represented a one-year commitment.
“We consulted with the town attorney and the Secretary of State and were advised that the most equitable means of curing the error would be to reopen the filing period for both the three-year and the one-year at-large positions,” said Hooksett Town Clerk Todd Rainier. “In my eyes, this is definitely a good thing because it’s fair and equitable, and it acknowledges everything it needs to without excluding anyone.”
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