Executive Council Rejects AG’s Plan To Have Former Manchester Chief Oversee County Atty’s Office
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New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald failed to get the support today to send former Manchester police chief David Mara to the Hillsborough County Attorney’s office.
MacDonald wanted Mara to oversee all criminal cases at the office, which MacDonald said lacked leadership under the elected County Attorney, Michael Conlon. The Executive Council voted down MacDonald’s nomination, accusing him of trying to replace an elected official.