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Lebanon City and School Voting 2013 Results

Lebanon

Number of Voters: 1,114

Number on Checklist 9,225

City Councilor (Ward 1): Suzanne Prentiss

City Councilor (Ward 2): Heather Collier Vogel

City Councilor (Ward 3): Karen Liot Hill

City Councilor (At-Large): Stephen M. Wood

Library Trustee: Susan Weber Valiante

Library Trustee: Beverly W. Damren

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 1): Melanie Cooper

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 1): Cindy Foster

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 1): Nancy Simpson

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 2): Mary Brown

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 2): Ruth Cioffredi

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 2): Doreé A. Clifford

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 3): Sarah Courtemanche

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 3): Anne M. Jette

Supervisor of Checklist (Ward 3): Karen L. Sheehan

City Clerk (Ward 1): Nancy A. Gerow

City Clerk (Ward 2): Susan Desrosiers

City Clerk (Ward 3): Tracy L. S. Bickford

City Moderator (Ward 1): Gary Mayo

City Moderator (Ward 2): Judith A. ST. Hilaire

City Moderator (Ward 3): Bob L. Therrien

School Board 3 yrs: Douglas Preston

School Board 3 yrs: Christina Haidari

School Board 3 yrs: Suzan M. Louzier

School District Treasurer: Barbie Hazlett

School District Moderator: Gary R. Mayo

School District Clerk: Martha H. Macdonald

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