(Hour 3b) Paul Martineau is seeking a 7th term as Welfare Commissioner. The Welfare office is not alone: Paul detailed a few of the more than 80 other social agencies providing financial assistance in Manchester. The dollar amounts might amaze you. He defended the strict background checks he believes in to eliminate cheaters of the system. “We’re not a long-term subsidy, we’re here for emergency assistance.” The kind of bottom-line approach that has garnered criticism of him from others, including his opponent Diane Guimond.
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David S. Martinez is a native of Indiana who moved to NH in 1977 and has resided there ever since. A 1984 graduate of Manchester High School West, Dave is a former corporate nomad who worked for various financial, retail and restaurant outlets. In 1997, he began his career as a professional Disc Jockey and founded DJ Dave Entertainment in 2001. He has been involved with the Girard at Large show since it's launch in September, 2011.
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