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The Wire 4.11.2012

Dover rep. to run for state Senate


Fosters Daily Democrat 4.4.2012
State Rep. Watters to seek state Senate seat

Fosters Daily Democrat 3.27.2012
Dover Democrats eat spaghetti, talk about fall elections

                 
 

A Man of Many Talents

David Watters prepares the salad in his role as chief chef for the Dover Democrats' spaghetti dinner just prior to announcing his candidacy for the New Hampshire Senate.

Campaign Photo by Debbie Bodell





















Union Leader 3.27.2102

Watters announces for state Senate

WMUR Political Scoop 3.2.2012
"Dover: With State Rep. David Watters about to throw his hat in the ring for the newly created State Senate district four, it could mean that Dover will have it’s first State Senator since before Madbury’s Jeanne Shaheen defeated Dover’s Frank Torr in 1990, 22 years ago."

Foster's Daily Democrat 2.10.2012
Speaking at a public hearing in Dover on the EPA decision to lower nitrogen discharge limits from the city's wastewater treatment plant.

"State Rep. David Watters, D-Dover, stressed that another few hundred dollars from the wallets of city sewer uses each year will put them in a place where they have to go without medicine,  and other household and every day necessities.

"The taxpayers' dollars are not an endless resource," said Watters.

He called the Adaptive Management Plan suggested by the Great Bay Coalition communities "extraordinary," and urged the EPA to strongly consider it as an alternative method of addressing the declining health of the estuary."

UNH Media Relations 3.10.2011
Watters Appointed To Atlantic State Marine Fisheries Commission