Hamilton voters will go to the polls on Thursday to choose a Selectman and three members of the School Committee.
There’s also a question asking voters at approve a $2 million Proposition 2-1/2 debt exclusion override .
Already, a significant majority of Town Meeting voters in a voice vote on May 14.
Three positions on the School Committee are up for grabs. Incumbents Richard Boroff and Tess Leary face challengers Sean Condon, Bill Dery and Roger Kuebel. School Committee member Lauren Prior is not seeking reelection, so Thursday’s election will put at least one new member on the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School Committee. All three seats are a three year term.
Selectman Bill Bowler is up for reelection, facing challenger Jeff Hubbard for a three year term on the five member board.
The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at . A copy of a specimen ballot is attached to this story as a PDF.
Wenham voters have already gone to the polls and cast votes in the School Committee election. The combination of the Wenham and Hamilton tallies on Thursday will determine the winners.
Uncontested candidates on the ballot are incumbents: Moderator Bruce Ramsey; Town Clerk Jane Wetson; Peter Kane, member of the Board of Assessors; Planning Board member Evelyn Shuman for a five year term; Planning Board Member Brian Stein for a two year term and Trustee Janice Pappas.
Carol Mazzetta is seeking a seat of the Hamilton Housing Authority.