Merrimack voters to decide today
Today is Election Day in Merrimack, with races for a slew of town and school positions, plus a $31.6 million town budget and a $63.6 million school budget. Polls are open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Town residents can register to vote at the polls, as long as they are at least 18 and present proof they are a U.S. citizen and live in Merrimack. The polling places are:
n Precinct 1: All-Purpose Room of the Mastricola Upper Elementary School, Baboosic Lake Road.
n Precinct 2: St. John Neumann Church, Route 101A.
n Precinct 3: St. James Church, 646 Daniel Webster Highway.
Your polling place depends on where you live. If you’re not sure which precinct to vote in, check the town Web site, www.ci.merrimack.nh.us/, link titled “Elections and Voting Information – Where do you go to vote?”