Sunapee Election Attracts Crowded Field of Candidates

See below for the list of candidates.

Election Day in Sunapee is Tuesday, March 9 and there is a crowded field of candidates running for various town offices. Seven of fourteen municipal races are being contested this year, which is a far higher number than average according to veteran election watchers.

To download the list of candidates, visit the town website: Town Clerk.

Vying for selectman are Donna M. Davis, Fred Gallup and Emma M. Smith. Voters will be asked to select not more than two. Each term is three years.

For library trustee, a total of six candidates are vying for three seats. There are two (three-year) terms  and one (one-year) term on the ballot. Lisa Bozogan, Peter J. Salvitti, Peter Urbach and Terri Jillson White are running for the two three-year terms.  Robert “Ryan” Goold and John H. Wilson filed for the one (one-year) term.

The planning and zoning boards also have contested races: Edward G. Anderson, Donna M. Davis, Bruce Jennings and William F. Larrow are on the ballot for three-year terms. Voters will be asked to choose not more than two.

In the races for zoning board, five candidates are listed for two (three-year) terms: Edward Anderson, Charles Balyeat, Donna M. Davis, Edward Frothingham and James “Jim” Lyons.

And no more than two of four candidates will fill the two-year terms on the zoning board. On the ballot are: Edward G. Anderson, Donna M. Davis, William F. Larrow and George N. Sanders.

For water and sewer commission, six candidates filed for three (three-year) terms: Theodore H. Gallup, Peter Hill, Paul Manson, Ken Meyer, Aaron Simpson and Charles Smith.

March 9 the polls will be open form 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Sherburne Gym, Route 11. Absentee ballots are now available at the Town Clerk‘s office. To vote by absentee ballot, one must make the request in writing or pick the ballot up at the Town Clerk’s office and return it no later than Monday, March 8 at 5 p.m.

Candidates in the Sunapee 2010 Town Election

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