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February 21, 2013

Candidates on RCTV

RAYMOND - Raymond candidates Tina Thomas and Lee Weldy have turned to the airwaves with RCTV to bring their message to the voters.

Thomas, a candidate for Trustee of the Trust Funds, outlined her history and ten years of experience as a Trustee as well as her support of legislation being considered that impacts Town Trust Funds. She also expressed her support or objections to some of the other town warrant articles. Ms. Thomas is being challenged this year by Kim Tyndall who is also running for the one open Trustee position.

Mr. Weldy, who currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, is running as an incumbent for another three year term. He detailed his family background in Raymond and how his career responsibilities relate to his role as a Selectman. He also noted a number of items that have been accomplished during his term. Mr. Weldy reviewed the many responsibilities of a selectperson as well as the functions and activities they must attend. He faces four other candidates for the two open three year term positions.

Both programs are airing at various times of the day throughout the week on RCTV’s public access channel 13. They are also available online at the RCTV web site http://raymondtv.org. Look for the link to “Video on Demand Server” and select the Public Access folder. To save the file to your local computer simply right click on it and select “save target as”. Due to the high demand for these local programs, the server may be unavailable at times. Please try back at a later time if you experience any difficulties connecting to a program.

If you would like to express your opinions on a warrant article or issue or would like to bring your message as a candidate to Raymond voters contact RCTV coordinator Kevin Woods at rctvnh@gmail.com to schedule a recording session.

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