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Cynthia ‘Mil’ Duncan

Chair

Research Director, AGree

Newcastle, NH

 

Patrick Miller

Vice-Chair

Principal, Pero Consulting Group

Campton, NH

 

James W. Varnum

Secretary/Treasurer   

President (retired), Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital

Etna, NH

 

Victoria Adewumi

Community Liaison, Manchester Health Department

Manchester, NH

 

Ryan Audley

President/CEO, R.S. Audley, Inc.

Bow, NH

 

Michael Coughlin

Chief Executive Officer, Crotched Mountain Foundation

Greenfield, NH

 

Bruce P. King

President and CEO, New London Hospital

New London, NH

 

Roland Lamy

Principal, Helms & Company

Concord, NH

 

Peter W. Powell

Owner, Powell Real Estate

Lancaster, NH

 

Kristine Stoddard, Esq.

Director of New Hampshire Public Policy, Bi-State Primary Care Association

Bow, NH

 

Margaret Walsh

Professor of Sociology and Assistant Dean for the School of Sciences and Social Sciences, Keene State College

Keene, NH

 

 

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Elections Highlight Continuing Questions About Keno Revenue

8 Nov 2017

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While results are still preliminary, Keno gaming appears to have been legalized in seven cities around New Hampshire as a result of Tuesday’s votes. The margin of victory in Rochester for Keno legalization was reportedly only one vote and may still be subject to change or recount, but voters appear to have legalized Keno gaming in Berlin, Claremont, Laconia, Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, and Somersworth. Voters in Concord, Dover, and Keene voted against Keno gaming legalization. Franklin had legalized Keno gaming previously, and the Portsmouth City Council decided to not put Keno on the ballot. Other municipalities, including the City of Lebanon, may make decisions regarding Keno legalization next year. These results have implications for State policy and finances.