Charges of bias scuttle debate

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Five candidates are vying for two new seats on the Sudbury Board of Selectmen in an election that some say will come down to insiders versus outsiders.

The campaign leading up to the June 25 election has been contentious at times, most recently highlighted by the cancellation of a proposed debate Monday night. (6-17)

The winners will join three current selectmen, Lawrence O’Brien, John Drobinski and Robert Haarde, to create a new five-member board. Residents, led by Michael Troiano, voted to expand the board to five members as a way to increase representation and help spread the workload out among more people.

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