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Bellingham ballot fills out

Posted by Martin Finucane April 9, 2007 11:55 AM


When residents go to the polls May 1, there will be many choices to make, including between incumbent selectman chairman Jerald Mayhew who is challenged this year by Dawn Marie Davies.

Kathleen Harvey will run uncontested for clerk, but there are six candidates for four town constable positions, three candidates for two planning board seats, and five residents running for two positions on the school committee.

Planning Board candidates include Stephen W. Bartha, Patricia M. Buckley, and Steven D. Choiniere Sr. School committee candidates are incumbent Ronald Martel, Francis E. Cartier, Nicole M. Day, Richard V. Dill, and Lynnmarie Foley.

Wednesday, April 11 is the last day for Bellingham residents to register to vote. In addition to the town clerk's office being open to 8 p.m. that night, Clerk Kathleen Harvey will hold a special registration opportunity for 18-year-old Bellingham High School students at their school that day.

-- Alison O'Leary Murray

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