The Farmington Ballot

State Candidates

Governor: Molly Kelly
US Representative: Chris Pappas

County Candidates

Sheriff:  Dave Dubois
County Attorney:  Tom Velardi
Treasurer: Pamela J. Arnold
Register of Deeds:  Catherine Berube
Register of Probate: Cynthia Page Sweeney
County Commissioners: Deanna Rollo, George Maglaras, and Bob Watson

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NH Executive Council

volinskyAndru Volinsky
Andru Volinsky is a New Hampshire lawyer and public advocate. Over the years, he has used his skills and success to advocate for citizens of all ages and from all walks of life. Andru has won several awards for his ability to create positive change, including Concord Monitor’s “One Hundred People Who Shaped the New Hampshire Century” and NHPR’s “25 Most Influential People in the last 25 Years.” He is uniquely qualified for the Executive Councilor position.
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NH Senate

Anne Grassie
Anne Grassie has a wealth of experience and knowledge in public policy and service. She has served 20 years as a State Representative and 16 years as a school board member in Rochester, NH. Anne has served as the Chair of the Child Care Advisory Council, Chair of the Somersworth Early Learning Center, she is a 9-year member of the NH Children’s Trust, a founding member of the State Early Learning Alliance, and much more. In a word, she is amazing.
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NH House of Representatives

Manny Krasner
Manny Krasner grew up in Manchester. He came to Farmington to stay in 1976, equipped with degrees from Harvard and Rutgers, five books, and a typewriter. With the help and support of his wife, Pat Frisella, Manny built his law practice and has been in business in Farmington for the last forty years. He and his wife raised two children here, Becca and Nate. Manny’s concerns are property tax relief from alternate revenue sources, increasing resources to fight the addiction epidemic, and more resources for public education. Follow Manny on Facebook »

Sylvia Arcouette
Sylvia is a 54-year resident of Farmington. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. Her hobbies consist of sewing, quilting, and embroidering. She also loves to travel with her husband on their motorcycle. Sylvia is retired from Strafford County Human Services where she worked as a Parent/Child Mediation Coordinator. She is a past president of the Farmington Woman’s Club and Farmington Historical Society. Presently, Sylvia is Chairman of the Farmington Budget Committee and Auditor of the Farmington Woman’s Club. She is also a recovery coach with Farmington Responds, a community outreach service for anyone seeking help with their Substance Use Disorder.
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