NH Senate District 10
Candidates: Donovan Fenton (D) and Sylvester “Sly” Karasinski (R).
Covers Alstead, Chesterfield, Hancock, Dublin, Hancock, Harrisville, Keene, Marlborough, Nelson, Peterborough, Roxbury, Sullivan, Surry, Walpole and Westmoreland.
Donovan Fenton of Keene is in line for a promotion from being one of 400 lawmakers in the state House of Representatives to being one of 24 members of the N.H. Senate. Read moreFenton defeats Karasinski in Senate District 10
Hot on the heels of the N.H. Republican Primary last month, local candidates and Washington contenders spoke to voters and answered their questions at a dinner event Tuesday night in Keene. Read moreBolduc, Burns and other GOP nominees draw crowd at Keene restaurant
Issues of taxation, school vouchers and abortion separate N.H. Rep. Donovan Fenton of Keene and Swanzey Selectman Sylvester “Sly” Karasinski, who will face each other in the Nov. 8 general ele… Read moreAbortion, school vouchers among issues in NH Senate District 10 contest
Automobile dealership executive and three-term N.H. Rep. Donovan Fenton defeated Keene City Councilor and software engineer Bobby Williams on Tuesday night in the Democratic primary to succeed… Read moreFenton wins Democratic primary for NH Senate District 10
With less than a week before New Hampshire voters head to the polls in the state primary election, issues such as abortion rights, affordable housing and support for public education took cent… Read moreLocal Democratic candidates talk abortion, affordable housing at Keene forum
Sylvester “Sly” Karasinski, a member of the Swanzey selectboard, is running for state Senate on a platform of fiscal conservatism in line with the present GOP majority in the N.H. Legislature. Read moreSecessionist, selectman square off on GOP ballot for Kahn's seat
The Sept. 13 Democratic primary to succeed state Sen. Jay Kahn, of Keene, pits automobile dealership executive Donovan Fenton, who is concerned about the lack of affordable childcare, against … Read moreCar dealer, software engineer square off to succeed Kahn