MANCHESTER, NH – Today, in response to the results of the primary election, Mayor Joyce Craig issued the following statement:
“Thank you to the Manchester residents who voted today. In the past two years, we’ve made meaningful progress strengthening our schools, growing our economy, and combating the opioid epidemic,” said Mayor Joyce Craig. “I look forward to continuing our conversations with voters about all we have accomplished, and how we can continue to keep the momentum going to build a stronger Manchester.”
The General Election will be held on Tuesday November 5th. Polls are open 6am to 7pm and voters can find more information at www.joycecraig.org/vote.
About Joyce Craig:
Born and raised in Manchester’s south end in ward 8, Mayor Joyce Craig is a former alderman and school board member, business woman, and a mother of three Manchester public school students and graduates. Joyce hit the ground running as Mayor and in less than two years, has strengthened our schools, brought hundreds of new jobs to Manchester, and made progress combating the opioid epidemic.