Town Clerk Releases Official List of Candidates for Bedford’s 2015 Election

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Town Election 2015Town Clerk Doreen Tremblay has posted the list of candidates who will appear on the Town’s March 14 election ballot.

With the exception of a contest for the vacant seat to replace 12-year veteran School Committee member Abigail Seibert, the candidates are already serving in the offices to which they hope to be re-elected.

Individual candidate information will begin to appear in The Bedford Citizen during the week beginning February 9. In the meantime, please refer to our coverage of the 2015 Citizen Caucus, and also the announcement statements by School Committee candidates Jennifer Kelley and Daniel Brosgol.

The candidates on the 2015 Town Election ballot include:

Selectmen
One candidate for a single 3-year term

  • Margot R. Fleischman, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee

Assessors for a 3 year term
One candidate for a single 3-year term

  • Ronald M. Cordes, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee

Board of Health
Two candidates for a pair of 3-year terms

  • Anita Raj, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee
  • Sarah B. Thompson, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee

Housing Authority
One candidate for a single 4-year term

  • Robert N. Schmalz, Caucus Nominee

Planning Board
One candidate for a single 3-year term

  • Jeffrey M. Cohen, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee

                                          
Library Trustee
Two candidates for a pair of 3-year terms

  • Robert L. Batt, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee
  • Michael Anthony Pulizzi, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee

Shawsheen Regional School Committee
One candidate for a single 3-year term

  • Glenn McIntyre, Incumbent and Caucus Nominee

Shawsheen Regional School Committee
One candidate for a single 1-year term

  • Donald G. Drouin, Caucus Nominee

Bedford School Committee
Two candidates for a single 3-year term are running on certified nomination papers

  • Daniel Hartley Brosgol
  • Jennifer L. Kelley

Additional information for voters

To be eligible to vote in Bedford’s annual Town Election, you must register to vote on or before February 20. The Town Clerk’s office will be open from 8 am until 4 pm, then a Registrar of Voters will be available in the Police station from 4 to 8 pm on February 20.

Absentee ballots (https://www.bedfordma.gov/town-clerk/pages/absentee-ballots) for the Town Election are available until Tuesday, February 23.

The polls or Bedford’s annual Town Election will open from  8 am until 6 pm on Saturday, March 15.


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