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2020 NH Executive Council Primary

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New Hampshire's Executive Council serves as a check and balance on the power of the governor. This includes approving the governor's appointments and state contracts over $10,000. The five councilors are elected every two years, concurrently with the Governor. Below you'll find the candidates for New Hampshire's Executive Council in the primary election on September 8.

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Results

NH Executive Council District 1

Democrat
Name Party % Vote Result
Michael J. Cryans Democrat 99% Won!
Republican
Name Party % Vote Result
Joseph D. Kenney Republican 79% Won!
Kim Strathdee Republican 21% Lost

NH Executive Council District 2

Democrat
Name Party % Vote Result
Cinde Warmington Democrat 27% Won!
Leah Plunkett Democrat 25% Lost
Emmett Soldati Democrat 21% Lost
Craig R. Thompson Democrat 12% Lost
Jay Surdukowski Democrat 8% Lost
John D. Shea Democrat 6% Lost
Independent/Other
Name Party % Vote Result
Joanne Michelle Martin Independent/Other Lost
Republican
Name Party % Vote Result
James "Jim" S. Beard Republican 53% Won!
Stewart I. Levenson Republican 47% Lost

NH Executive Council District 3

Democrat
Name Party % Vote Result
Mindi F. Messmer Democrat 66% Won!
Patricia "Patty" Lovejoy Democrat 34% Lost
Republican
Name Party % Vote Result
Janet Stevens Republican 40% Won!
Bruce Crochetiere Republican 32% Lost
Timothy P. Comerford Republican 28% Lost

NH Executive Council District 4

Democrat
Name Party % Vote Result
Mark S. MacKenzie Democrat 45% Won!
Jerome Duval Democrat 35% Lost
Kolawole "Kola" Adewumi Democrat 20% Lost
Republican
Name Party % Vote Result
Ted Gatsas Republican 100% Won!

NH Executive Council District 5

Democrat
Name Party % Vote Result
Debora B. Pignatelli Democrat 100% Won!
Republican
Name Party % Vote Result
Dave Wheeler Republican 62% Won!
Robert "Bob" Clegg Republican 38% Lost
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