Betty Hall gets on Nov. ballot



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Betty Hall has been confirmed as an independent candidate for the state Senate on the November ballot. The Secretary of State office confirmed last week that Hall, 87, a town official and state representative for decades, had submitted enough voter signatures. Hall needed 750 votes to be put on the ballot for the seat being vacated by David Gottesman, D-Nashua. She will face Republican Paul LaFlamme and Democrat Peggy Gilmour. Hall has served in the state House of Representatives since 1980, beginning as a Republican and switching to the Democratic Party four years later. Edit ModuleShow Tags