On Tuesday, November 6, Salem Residents will be asked to vote for a number of political candidates (see below), plus two Constitutional Amendment Questions.
Here’s the non-partisan info you need to begin to be an informed voter:
A sample ballot and polling locations, absentee ballots and voter registration are available on the town’s website.
Polls are open on November 6 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Don’t forget to bring proper identification!
The choices on the Salem ballot are below. There is one person per office, except for State Rep. Salem elects nine representatives to go to Concord. There are 18 choices — nine Democrats and nine Republicans. Yes, they are listed by party. Yes, you can select candidates from both parties.
There will be a candidate’s night on November 1 at 7:00 on Salem Public TV. Candidates for State Representative, State Senate, Executive Council and Governor have been invited to participate. I anticipate that it will be aired live at http://www.sgc23.com , and repeated several times over the following days.
Democrats: Janet Breslin, Greg Davis, Dave Hickernell, Cam Iannalfo, Sean Lewis, Kelly Moss, Jaqueline Muollo, George Perry and Bonnie Wright.
Republicans: Daryl Abbas, Arthur Barnes (I), Ed DeClercq, Fred Doucette (I), Bob Elliot (I), Betty Gay (I), John Janigian (I), Everett McBride and John Sytek (I)
County Commissioner: Elizabeth Roth (D) vs. incumbent Thomas Tombarello (R)
Don’t forget to Vote (W)right!