WINDHAM – Windham will have another full slate of candidates from which to choose on Election Day.

In the Legislature, the three Windham representatives – Gary Plummer, Mark Bryant and Bill Diamond – are all running for their fourth terms and will be term-limited for a fifth term if elected. Incumbent state Sen. Diamond, a Democrat, will run against Republican Ann-Marie Grenier of Windham for the District 12 seat, which comprises the towns of Windham, Raymond, Casco, Standish, Hollis and Frye Island.

District 111 Incumbent Gary Plummer, R-Windham, who represents most of Windham except for portions of East Windham, will run against Green Party candidate Angela Jean Webber and Democrat Geoffrey Heckman.

Incumbent Mark Bryant, a Democrat who represents East Windham and part of Gray in District 110, will receive a challenge from Clayton Haskell, who has run against Bryant in the past.

On the Windham Town Council, all but one race is contested.

Incumbent Scott Hayman, who was elected to the council last November, is running for the three-year at-large seat against longtime Planning Board member David Nadeau.

The other at-large contest, a seat that opened up with the resignation of Carol Waig last week, features a three-way race between Tommy Gleason, Lawrence MacDonald and former Councilor Robert Muir.

The South Windham seat is also available with incumbent Donna Chapman, Kevin Call and Patrick Corey all running for the three-year position.

The only uncontested race features Peter Busque, who was elected last November to the council, running for the three-year North Windham seat. Busque had been entered as the Republican nominee in the House District 110 race against Mark Bryant but withdrew from the race earlier this summer.

Windham voters will also choose two representatives to the RSU 14 Windham-Raymond school board. Those vying include incumbent Michael Duffy, Christopher Dunn, Elizabeth Fillinger, and incumbent Kane Loukas.


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