Brewster residents head to the polls Tuesday

Residents will be called upon to fill fifteen positions

Brewster residents will head to the polls on Tuesday, May 19. In all, voters will be asked to fill fifteen positions--many with board members seeking re-election. Residents will also be considering one question.

The positions to be filled and the candidates wishing to fill them are:

  • Board of Selectmen - James W. Foley and Peter G. Norton are both running for re-election. Poll goers are to vote for two candidates, each for a three-year term. 
  • Board of Health - Carmen S. Scherzo is running for the three-year term.
  • Board of Health - Joseph Robert Ford and Nancy R. Mann, MD, are both running for the one unexpired one-year term.
  • Brewster Housing Authority - There are no candidates on the ballot for the one five-year term.
  • Brewster School Committee - There are no candidates on the ballot for the one three-year term.
  • Brewster School Committee - Lori M. Gilmore is running for the one unexpired one-year term.
  • Moderator - Stephen L. Doyle is running for re-election for the one-year moderator term.
  • Constable - Roland W. Bassett Jr., is running for re-election for the one-year constable term.
  • Recreation Commission - Lee B. Rice Jr., and Thomas J. Wingard Jr., are both vying for the one three-year term.
  • Planning Board - Elizabeth G. Taylor (running for re-election) and Kari Sue Hoffman are both running for one of the two five-year terms.
  • Nauset Regional School District Committee - Tracy Vanderschmidt is running for the three-year term on the committee.
  • Brewster Old Kings Highway Regional Historic District - Patricia W. Busch (running for re-election) and James F. Trabulsie are both running for one of the two four year terms. 

The polls will be open on Tuesday, May 18 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Brewster Baptist Church on Main Street. View a sample ballot here.

 


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