October 24, 2011

Biddeford's Ballot

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POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: 20 years as chair of Biddeford Democratic City Committee; comprehensive plan committee; cable committee chairman; councilor at large for one term; current member of policy committee

TOP THREE PRIORITIES: 1) protect the city’s resources and infrastructure; 2) end contractual trash processing relationship with MERC; and 3) oppose the repeal/rollback of the 20th century political and social guns.




AGE: 77

ADDRESS: 25 Ocean View Drive

PERSONAL: married; three adult sons

EDUCATION: went to school in Ireland

OCCUPATION: owner of WonderBar

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: one term as city councilor

TOP THREE PRIORITIES: 1) renewing the MERC contract; 2) the racino; and 3) Biddeford needs jobs in the worst way.



AGE: 48

PERSONAL: married; three children

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: member of the Downtown Development Commission

TOP THREE PRIORITIES: 1) we need to work downtown and build it up; 2) we have to deliver the racino to the people of Biddeford; and 3) we need a council that will work with the mayor.

DENNIS ANGLEA and ANNA RIVARD did not respond to requests for information.

- seven “at-large” seats open; only two per ward allowed

James Emerson (Ward 1); Lisa Vadnais (Ward 3); Tammy Fleurent (Ward 3); Nathan Mills (Ward 3); Heather Mills (Ward 5); William Moriarty (Ward 5); Anthony Michaud (Ward 6)



Ward 1: Heather Locke

Ward 2: Anne Plamondon

Ward 3: Penny Beaupre

Ward 4: Normal Martel

Ward 5: Robert Cote

Ward 6: Michael Bolduc

Nomination papers were not submitted for Ward 7



Ward 1: Tina Turgeon

Ward 2: Mignonne Plamondon

Ward 3: Michael Fleurent

Ward 4: Anne Strout

Ward 5: Lorraine Auger

Ward 6: Loyce Bolduc

Nomination papers were not submitted for Ward 7



Ward 1: Thomas Craven Jr.

Ward 4: Ryan Fecteau

Ward 5: Roland Lawler

Nomination papers were not submitted for wards 2, 3, 6 and 7

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