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March 26, 2013

Town clerk is only contested race in Merrimac

MERRIMAC — There is only one race on the ballot in Merrimac’s May 6 annual town election. Town Clerk Patricia True is being challenged by Ellen Miracle. Other positions have candidates, with the exception of a five-year term on the Planning Board and one constable position.

Here’s how the ballot will look when voters go to the polls:

Moderator for one year, vote for one

Robert J. Bender, 55 School St., candidate for re-election

Selectman for three years, vote for one

Harold E. Lloyd, 12 Nichols St.

Town Clerk for three years, vote for one

Patricia E. True, 2 Abbott St., candidate for re-election

Ellen M. Miracle, 37 Harriman Road

Assessor for three years, vote for one

Louise T. Lingerman, 11 Woodland St., candidate for re-election

Planning Board, for five years, vote for one

No candidate

School Committee, for three years, vote for one

Jayne I. Broz, 49 Orchard St., candidate for re-election

Board of Health, for three years, vote for one

Jason D. Sargent, 11 Birch Meadow Rd

Library Trustee, for three years, vote for not more than two

Jeffrey W. Hoyt, 74 Birch Meadow Rd., candidate for re-election

Ellen L. Evans, 27 West Main St., candidate for re-election

Cemetery Trustee, for three years, vote for one

Carol S. Ranshaw, 39 Emery St., candidate for re-election

Light Commissioner for three years, vote for one

Linda J. Soucy, 28 Nichols St.

Housing Authority for five years, vote for one

Stephen P. True, 2 Abbott St., candidate for re-election

Housing Authority for 1 year, vote for one

Henry A. Beaudoin, 3 Second Ave.

Constable for three years, vote for not more than three:

Arthur D. Evans, 6 G St., candidate for re-election

Robert E. Turner, 20 Emery St., candidate for re-election

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