Vote in Bedford’s Annual Town Election on Saturday, March 14 from 8 am ~ 6 pm

Bedford will go to the polls for the annual Town Election on Saturday, March 14. Candidates for Town office will be on the ballot as well as Charter changes, including whether  to  replace ‘Selectmen’ with ‘Select Board.”

Voting will take place in the gymnasium at the John Glenn Middle School, from 8 am until 6 pm.

SELECT BOARD

For a 3-Year Term Vote  for Two

  • Bopha Malone
  • Mark Stephen Siegenthaler
  • Edward M. Pierce ~ Candidate For Re-Election

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

For  3-Year Term  Vote for One

  • Rebecca G. Neale

BOARD OF HEALTH

For  3-Year Term  Vote for Two

  • Ann A. Kiessling ~ Candidate for Re-election
  • Susan Beres Schwartz

PLANNING BOARD

For  3-Year Term  Vote  for Two

  • Steven R. Hagan
  • Jacinda M. Barbehenn ~ Candidate for Re-election

LIBRARY TRUSTEE

For 3-Year Term   Vote for Two

  • Robin Grace Silbert ~ Candidate for Re-election
  • Rachel Field ~ Candidate for Re-election

SCHOOL COMMITTEE

For  3-Year Term  Vote for Two

  • Sarah A. Scoville ~ Candidate for Re-election
  • Ann E.Guay ~ Candidate for Re-election

For a 2-Year Term Vote for One

  • Bradley Morrison

For a 1-Year Term Vote for One

  • Daniel Hartley Brosgol

BALLOT QUESTIONS

In addition to the candidates for town office, voters will be asked to vote on the changes to Bedford’s Town Charter that were approved at Special Town Meeting in November 2019.

Click this link to read the questions as they will appear on the ballot


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