2013 Londonderry Town Meeting Voters Guide

We've got all of the important dates and information you need.

Londonderry's town and school elections will take place on Tuesday, March 12. The town deliberative session was held on Feb. 4, and the school deliberative session .

Between now and March 12, Londonderry Patch will be your go-to, one-stop shop for everything related to town and school elections, candidates, warrant articles and other happenings. This page will serve as the landing spot, with important information and links.

We've posted PDFs of some important documents like the town and school warrants and sample town and school ballots to the right and other information below. This page will be updated with new information and links when they become available.


TUESDAY, MARCH 12: Ballot election for town and school articles and all town and school candidates, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Londonderry High School gymnasium.

The following is a complete list of all of the candidates who filed for town and school offices. Links to candidate profiles are provided for those candidates who have submitted them to Londonderry Patch:

Town Council – 3-Year Term (2 positions)

  • John Farrell
  • Tom Dolan

Budget Committee – 3-Year Term (2 positions)

  • Ted Combes
  • Mark Aronson

Budget Committee – 2-Year Term (1 position)

  • Gary Vermillion
  • Glenn Douglas

Town Clerk/Tax Collector – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • Meg Seymour
  • Patti Hanley Maccabe

Town Treasurer – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • Kathy Wagner

Trustees of Leach Library – 3-Year Term (3 positions)

  • Pauline A. Caron
  • Robert J. Collins
  • John A. Curran

Trustees of Trust Funds – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • No one filed

School Board – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • John Laferriere

School District Clerk – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • Mary Wing Soares

School District Moderator – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • Bob Saur

School District Treasurer – 3-Year Term (1 position)

  • John Conley

Click here to post your candidate profile to Londonderry Patch.


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