Hampton 2022 Town, School Board Election Results

HAMPTON, NH – Here are the unofficial municipal and school board election results for March 8, 2022 in Hampton.

City races

Board of Selectmen, one seat for three years.

  • Amy Hansen: 2,534
  • Regina Barnes: 1,221

Clerk, a three-year post.

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Planning Council, a two-year seat.

Budget Committee, two three-year seats.

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  • A. Matthew Saunders: 1,946
  • Michel Plouffe: 1,527
  • Joyce Skaperdas: 1,458

Budget Committee, one seat for one year.

Zoning Board, one seat for three years.

  • Nichole Duggan: 1,881
  • Bryan Provo Provençal: 1,207

Planning Board, two three-year seats.

  • Keith Lessard: 2,170
  • Sharon Mullen: 1,871
  • Brendan McNamara: 1,538

Municipal moderator, a two-year post.

Checklist Supervisor, a six-year position.

Trust Fund Administrator, a three-year post.

Library Trustee, two three-year seats.

  • Sheila Ewell: 2,506
  • Chris Hendry: 2,232

City Items

Article 2: Broaden the definition of impermeable surface for terraces, approved

Article 3: Modification of the definition of co-ownership, approved

Section 4: Rename Wetland Conservation District Section Restricted Uses, Prohibited Uses and Other Standards, Approved

Article 5: Allow domesticated chickens with the approval of the Building Department in certain districts, approved

Article 6: Regulation for catering trucks on private property, approved

Article 7: Limit the display of residential banners to a maximum of 14 days, approved

Section 8: Approve I-95 Interstate Corridor Overlay District, Approved

Item 9: Approve $7 million to rebuild High Street paving, sidewalks and drainage, approved

Item 10: Approve $15.7 million for a wastewater treatment plant, approved

Article 11: Budget 2022 ($30.2 million; default budget set at $30.18 million), approved

Article 12: Hampton Police Association Sergeants Collective Bargaining Agreement ($111,000 over 4 years), approved

Article 13: Hampton Police Association Patroller Collective Bargaining Agreement ($664,000 over 4 years), approved

Article 14: Employ two additional full-time police patrollers ($149,000), approved

Item 15: Employ two additional DPW workers ($105,000), approved

Article 16: Employ four additional firefighters for the rescue service ($310,000 in 2022; $413,000 in 2023), approved

Item 17: Extend Parks Foreman from 28 hours to 40 hours ($31,000), approved

Item 18: Extend Conservation Coordinator from 28 hours to 40 hours ($38,000), approved

Item 19: Purchase of a new fire truck ($825,000), approved

Item 20: Parking Lot and Area Improvements ($504,000; $304,000 Offset from State Highway Block Grants), Approved

Section 21: Parks and Recreation Additional office and program space ($500,000), approved

Item 22: DPW equipment purchases, including backhoe and plow ($354,000), approved

Item 23: Road improvements ($300,000), approved

Item 24: Purchase of 22 aces on North Shore Road ($268,000; $80,000 from Conservation Fund), approved

Article 25: Establish a contingency fund ($200,000), rejected.

Item 26: Approve transfer to 21 social service agencies ($184,000), approved

Item 27: New Flooring in Tuck Building ($150,000), Approved

Item 28: Hampton Police HQ Security Upgrade ($150,000), Approved

Article 29: Withdrawal of $90,000 from the criminal justice forfeiture program, approved

Article 30: $50,000 for maintenance of cemeteries, approved

Section 31: $40,000 for pedestrian and traffic safety reserve fund, approved

Section 32: $28,000 for firefighters’ capital equipment reserve fund, approved

Article 33: Petition: $3,000 to offset the cost of the Christmas parade for 2022, approved

Article 34: Petition: $1,000 for CASA recruitment, approved

Article 35: Petition: $3,000 for the Society of Saint-Vincent de Paul, approved

Article 36: Petition: 3 million dollars to cut and cover Winnacunnet Road from Lafayette Road to Ocean Boulevard, rejected

Article 37: Petition: Adopt mosquito control ordinance, rejected

Article 38: Petition: Modernize mosquito management, rejected

Article 39: Petition: Manual counting of all ballots, rejected

Article 40: Petition: Manual counting of all ballots, rejected

Article 41: Petition: change the closing time of polling stations to 7 p.m. to correspond to neighboring communities, rejected

Article 42: Petition: Resolution to support the end of puppy mills in New Hampshire, approved

Winnacunnet Cooperative School Races

School Board, a three-year seat.

  • Tamara Le: 1,337
  • Henry Marsh: 1,235

Budget Committee (North Hampton), one three-year seat.

Budget Committee (Seabrook), one year seat

Winnacunnet School Items

Item 1: School operating budget ($29.5 million; default budget set at $29.2 million), approved

Item 2: Winnacunnet High School Auditorium Lighting ($80,000), approved

Item 3: Winnacunnet Secondary School Technology Building Roof Replacement ($295,000), approved

Item 4: Winnacunnet High School athletic field lighting ($135,000), approved

Section 5: Expendable Health Care Trust ($50,000), approved

Article 6: Retention of fund balance, approved

Hampton School District Races

School board, two three-year seats

  • Leslie Shepard: 2,360
  • Virginia Bridle-Russell: 2,073

Hampton School District Articles

Article 1: Operating budget ($25 million; default budget set at $24.7 million), approved

Article 2: Seacoast Educational Association collective bargaining agreement ($1.65 million over 3 years), approved

Article 3: Seacoast Educational Support Professionals Association collective agreement ($246,000 over 3 years), approved

Item 4: Long Term Maintenance of Marston and Central School Buildings and Grounds ($300,000), approved

Article 5: Family allowance services ($65,000), approved

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