NH Executive Council District 2
Candidates: Harold F. French (R) and Cinde Warmington (D, incumbent).
Covers the local communities of Acworth, Alstead, Charlestown, Chesterfield, Dublin, Gilsum, Hancock, Harrisville, Hinsdale, Keene, Langdon, Marlborough, Marlow, Nelson, Peterborough, Roxbury, Sullivan, Surry, Walpole, Westmoreland and Winchester.
Democrat Cinde Warmington and Republican Dave Wheeler — the N.H. executive councilors whose districts cover the Monadnock Region — each won re-election Tuesday, according to the Associated Press. Read moreMonadnock Region executive councilors win re-election
With about three-fourths of votes accounted for as of 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, it seems that the state’s next Executive Council will look a lot like the current one, as all incumbents held a lead. Read moreVoters appear to approve of Executive Council, return all incumbents
Cinde Warmington, whose N.H. Executive Council District 2 takes in Keene and much of the Monadnock Region, faces state Sen. Harold French in a Nov. 8 general election race for a panel that sha… Read morePlanned Parenthood contract, abortion law divide Executive Council 2 candidates
Cinde Warmington, whose N.H. Executive Council District 2 takes in Keene and much of the Monadnock Region, easily defeated former Executive Councilor Michael Cryans in Democratic voting on Tuesday. Read moreWarmington, Wheeler win Executive Council primaries
Three-term state Sen. Harold French says he is running for the N.H. Executive Council this year because he wants a “change of pace.” Read moreFrench, Strathdee compete in GOP primary for Exec Council
Cinde Warmington, whose N.H. Executive Council District 2 takes in Keene and much of the Monadnock Region, has been the lone Democrat on the five-person panel over the last two years. Read moreWarmington, Cryans square off in Dem primary for Exec Council