Three enter race for one-year seat on Hooksett council
Karolian had first signed up to run for what he thought was one of two three-year terms, but changed his selection to the one-year vacancy when the filing period was reopened.
Keach said he has a lengthy background in Hooksett, including several years on the budget committee and other volunteer boards. He has a master's degree in public administration and, as a retired state police officer, touts 23 years of public service.
Jennings, who served 12 years in the U.S. Army, many of them as a Green Beret where he earned a Bronze Star Medal, said he's proved to be fully capable of also serving as a sound-minded town councilor.
Karolian was not available for comment.
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