Michelle Sanford, Editor

Unless a candidate formally withdraws his or her name, Upton’s Town Election ballot has now been finalized. On Tuesday, May 10. Upton voters will determine the outcome of four races: Board of Selectman, Board of Health, Mendon Upton Regional School Committee, and the Board of Commissioners of Trust Funds.

Voters will decide whether they want to stick with incumbent Maureen Dwinnell or elect newcomer Laura Hebb for the Board of Selectman’s three-year seat.

Another race is for the Mendon Upton Regional School Committee’s three-year seat. James Forkey and Matthew Hagen are running against each other. Incumbent Dorothy Scally opted not to run again.

Also running in a contested race is incumbent Steadman Briggs who is being challenged by Farrell Jolly for the Board of Health’s three-year seat.

And incumbent Kenneth Glowacki is being challenged by Gary Daughtery for the two-year seat for Board of Commissioners of Trust Funds.

Uncontested races include David Loeper for Town Moderator for one year, William Taylor for Assessor of Taxes for three years, Glenn Fowler for Cemetery Commission for three years, Judith Katz Goodman, Dominique Ross, and Tamosin Johnson Hellegers for three Library Trustees seats for three years, Sadie Van Buren for Library Trustee for one year, Margaret Carroll for Planning Board for five years, and Robert Fleming for Board of Commissioners of Trust Funds for three years.

Also Steven Driver, Michael Moran, Thomas Birdsey, and Matthew Gordan are seeking the Constable seats for three years.

The is no one running for the Recreation Commission for three years and a Constable’s seat remains vacant.

The Town Election will take place at Nipmuc Regional High School. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information on the election, view UptonMA.gov. For information on voter status or registation, contact the Town Clerk’s office at 508-529-3656. Regular office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon.