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Sign spat closer to over

AG wraps up probe of Keene Election Day incident

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Posted: Wednesday, December 28, 2011 12:15 pm

The N.H. Attorney General’s Office will not file charges against a Keene city councilor for removing another candidate’s campaign signs, but city officials continue to investigate the Election Day incident.

Dorrie Faulkner O’Meara, a local real estate investor who ran unsuccessfully for City Council, accused Councilor Ruth R. Venezia of stealing her campaign signs and assaulting her at the Ward 2 polls on Election Day.

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