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Elections 2019

Town Election will be held on April 23.  The last day to register to vote in the Town Election was April 3.

Election Information:

Meet the Candidates events:

  • Candidates Night was April 10.  Candidates Night is now available to watch on demand. Direct access to the video is online here. If you want to watch on cable, it’s on the government channel schedule for April 16, 17 and 18 at 1pm
  • Ask the Candidates is online here.

Contested Races:

Board of Selectmen (1 three-year term)

Planning Board Associate Member (1 five-year term)

Recreation Commission (3 three-year terms)

Uncontested Races

  • School Committee (1 three-year term):  Kim Reichelt (*)
  • Planning Board (1 five-year term):  Daniel C. Hill (*)
  • Planning Board (1 one-year term): Jennifer M. Steel
  • Housing Authority: (1 five-year term): Kevin S. Goodwin
  • Board of Health (one three-year term): Brian McNamara (*)
  • Library Trustee (two three-year terms):Courtney Conery and Sarah Hubbell
  • Board of Public Works: Michael Wegerbauer(*) and Michael Lowery(*)
  • Commissioner of Trust Funds: Adam Gutbezahl (write-in)
  • Town Clerk: Anna M. Ludwig (write-in)
  • No candidate:  Board of Assessors (one three-year term)

Incumbents marked with (*)