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William BrykAmerican lawyer
William Bryk (born March 12, 1955) is an elected public official in the Town of Antrim, New Hampshire, an essayist, a horseman, and perennial candidate from Antrim, New Hampshire. Before Bryk left his former residence in Brooklyn, New York, he took advantage of the Constitutional requirement that candidates for U.S. Senator or U.S. Representative live in the state in which they are campaigning by the day of the general election. This allowed Bryk to run in the primaries without ever visiting the state. Bryk generally ran in races that lacked a credible Democratic candidate. Bryk was also a New York City career civil servant, columnist for the New York Sun and contributing writer to New York Press. He frequently contributes to Splice Today, edited and published by Russ Smith, former publisher of New York Press. In March 2016, Bryk and his wife, Mimi Kramer-Bryk, a former theatre critic for The New Yorker, moved to Antrim, New Hampshire. He was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for Hillsborough County Register of Probate in September 2016. He lost the November 2016 general election to Republican candidate B.J. Perry, who polled 102,032 votes to Bryk's 83,527. In March 2017, he was elected a Library Trustee in the Town of Antrim, polling 281 votes to 2 write-ins.
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