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Schofield Officially on Ballot for Mendon Selectmen

Mendon resident Richard Schofield is officially on Mendon's Town Election ballot running for the three year Selectmen's seat. Town Clerk Margaret Bonderenko confirmed Schofield turned in his completed nomination papers and his signatures have been verified. Mendon's Town Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 13.

As of February 25, Schofield is running unchallenged. Incumbent Selectman Lawney Tinio has stated he does not plan to run again. Another incumbent, Alan Tetreault, is running again for the Highway Surveyor's three year term. He also has turned in his nomination papers and his signatures have been verified.

Four other incumbents have taken out their nominations papers. They include Jay Byer for the one year term for Moderator; Bruce Tycks for the three year term for Assessor; Susan Darnell for the three year term for Taft Public Library Trustee; and John Vandersluis for the five year term on the Planning Board. Newcomer Allan Kent has taken out papers for the three year term for Water Commissioner.

Other seats up for re-election and their incumbents include John Grenga for the three year term for Board of Health; Mark Reil for the three year term for Park Commissioner; Michelle Brower for the three year term for Taft Public Library Trustee; Liana Moore for the three year term for Mendon-Upton School District Committee; and Diane Stevens for the five year term for Housing Authority.

All candidates must have their completed nomination papers to the Town Clerk by Tuesday, March 25 at 5 p.m. which must include 25 signatures from registered Mendon voters. Every voter signing nomination papers must sign in person as registered, or substantially as registered, and shall state the address where he or she is currently living with street and number (no PO boxes). Residents may sign more than one nomination paper for the same office.

The last day for a candidate to withdraw from the election is April 10. Candidates may begin displaying their political signs on April 15 and must have all signs taken down by May 18.

Residents who have not already registered to vote may do so in the Town Clerk's office during regular office hours, in any Town Clerk's office in Massachusetts, at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, at certain state agencies, or by using the Mail-In registration form. The Mail-In form is available at the Mendon Post Office, the Taft Public Library, and at any town or city hall in Massachusetts.

The last day to register to vote in the May 13 Annual Town Election and the May 2 Annual Town Meeting is Friday, April 11. The Town Clerk's office will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on that day to register voters. The last day to obtain an absentee ballot is May 12.

For those who have questions concerning their voter registration status should call the Town Clerk's office at 508 473-1085 or email townclerk@mendonma.gov before April 11.




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