Bedford’s Town Election: Who Is Running and What Seats Remain Open ~ Update ~ Jan. 15, 2021

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Bedford’s Town Election will take place just 3 months from today, on Saturday, March 13.

Because of current restrictions on gatherings, Bedford’s annual Caucus could not be held in person, and all candidates must collect signatures on nomination papers. As of Friday, Jan. 15, candidates have taken out nomination papers for the following offices, with several offices still without candidates.

Candidates for Office, as of Jan. 15, 2021

Select Board ~ One seat for a three-year term

  • Margot Fleischman (Incumbent)

Planning Board ~ One seat for a three-year term

  • No candidates

Library Trustee ~ Two seats for three-year terms

  • Dennis Ahern (Incumbent)
  • Michael Pulizzi (Incumbent)
  • Fahad Alden

Board of Health ~ Two seats for three-year terms

  • Anita Raj (Incumbent)
  • Stephen Carluccio
  • Maureen Richichi
  • Catherine VanPraagh

Housing Authority ~ One seat for a three-year term

  • No candidates

Board of Assessors ~ One seat for a three-year term

  • No candidates

School Committee ~ One seat for a three-year term

  • Dan Brosgol (Incumbent)

Regional School Committee ~ One seat for a three-year term

  • No candidates
Information for Potential Candidates

Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation that reduces the number of signatures needed from 50 to 10 and adjusts the date on which completed papers must be filed.

Nomination papers remain available from Town Clerk Bridget Rodrigue. Make an appointment to collect your papers at Town Hall; email brodrigue@bedfordma.gov, or call 781-275-0083.

Correction ~ 1/21/2021: Bedford’s upcoming Town Election will take place on Saturday, March 13, 2021, not on March 15 as originally posted.


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