Calling John Hikel, NHF&G looking for turkey counters

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Former NH Rep. John A. Hikel (R) Goffstown

Reading the local newspaper today, I noted an article published seeking volunteers to report wild turkey brood sightings as part of the NH Fish & Game web-based survey program.

Remembering how much former NH State Representative, John Hikel, enjoys turkey hunting, I thought he’d definitely enjoy helping NH Fish and Game out.

What’s the big deal? Word is that former Rep. Hikel, owner of UpTown Auto in Pinardville, is going to run for reelection for NH House. Considering some of the stunts and stories he’s embarrassed our town with in years recent past, I thought a refresher of these stories were in order to remind voters of what’s in store should he prevail. This is just one of many stories.

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Voting information – Goffstown Voting Day is Tuesday, March 10th

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Tuesday, March 10th is voting day in Goffstown NH.

Please remember to get out and vote!

Here are some links pertaining to issues, voting locations, sample ballots and more.

Town of Goffstown 2015 Voting information

Vote Yes #5 – facebook page in support of Goffstown Petition Article #5

Write-in Kimberly Peace for Planning Board – facebook page supporting Kimberly Peace for Planning Board.

Letters supporting:

Mark T. Lemay – Selectman incumbent running for reelection                                    1. by Mark T. Lemay

Guy Caron – write in candidate for Budget Committee                                                1. by Pam Manney  2. by David French

Kimberly Peace – write in candidate for Planning board                                                1. by Gail Glines Labrecque

Petition Town Article #5 (zoning)                                                                                    1.  by Jeffrey Tate

Town Article #9 (Transportation Introductory Program)                                           1. by Barbara Carbonneau & friends

Petition Town Article #15 (Town manager)                                                                  1. by Scott Gross