Vote: Helpful Information for April 2011 Town Election
On Tuesday, April 26, Wakefield residents will be asked to cast their ballots for the town's elections. Find out the information you need to know here.
For all Wakefield residents planning to vote in the April 26 election, here is what you need to know.
Precincts 1 and 7 — Wakefield/Lynnfield Masonic Lodge, 372 Salem St.
Precincts 2 and 3 — Crystal Community Club, 71 Preston St.
Precinct 4 — Most Blessed Sacrament Church, 1155 Main St.
Precincts 5 and 6 — West Side Social Club, 4 Harrington Ct.
Board of Selectmen:
Incumbents Patrick Glynn and Betsy Sheeran are challenged by Richard Wood. For more on each candidate's positions on various topics, refer to the previous series of questions that each answered about their candidacy:
- What Are the Challenges Facing the Town of Wakefield?
- Would you Support An Override or Debt Exclusion to Fund the Galvin Middle School Project?
- What Are Some Inefficiencies in Wakefield That If Addressed, Could Lead to Potential Cost Savings?
- What's One Under-The-Radar Issue And One On-The-Radar Issue That You Would Take On as a Selectmen?
- What Would You Bring to the Board of Selectmen?
Incumbent Christopher Callanan is running, along with Anne Danehy and Gregory Powers. For more on each candidate's positions on various topics, refer to the previous series of questions that each answered about their candidacy:
- What are the Challenges Facing Wakefield Schools?
- In Which Areas Would You Choose to Focus Efforts, Funding and Investment, Despite the Challenging Economic Climate?
- Would You Support an Override or Tax Exclusion to Fund the Galvin Middle School Project?
- What Are Some Inefficiencies in the School System That If Addressed, Could Lead to Potential Cost Savings?
- What Would You Bring to the Wakefield School Committee?
Board of Assessors:
Incumbent Sebastian Tine is challenged by Christpher Wilcock.
Town Clerk, three-year term: Mary Galvin.
Town Moderator, one-year term: William Carroll
Library Trustees three-year terms: Michael Bourque, Nancy Delaney, Harold Regan
Planning Board, five-year term: Paul Semenza
Municipal Gas and Light Commissioner, three-year term: John Warchol
Board of Health, three-year term: Ann McGonigle Santos
Housing Authority, five-year term: Eugene Ruggeiro
Constable, three-year term: Robert Foley