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LWV Uncontested Candidates' Forum Available on SudburyTV

The League of Women Voters Candidates’ Forum featuring candidates in uncontested races in the March 25 Town Election is now available on SudburyTV.

 

The League invited uncontested candidates to introduce themselves and briefly discuss the work of the committee or board they will be elected to. 

 

Participating in the forum are Linda Huet-Clayton, Board of Health; Catherine Bitter, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional District School Committee; and Laurie Eliason, Park and Recreation Commission.


A Candidates’ Forum for the contested race for Sudbury School Committee is also available.

The forums are running on SudburyTV’s new cable channels - Comcast 22 and Verizon 30 - during March and are available on demand at sudburytv.org. A cable subscription is not needed to view the on-demand version on a computer or smartphone. 


The League’s Voters’ Guideavailable on www.lwvsudbury.org, includes links to the forums, as well as basic information about each candidate including their website, social media links, and a brief statement to the community. 



Candidates and community members converse at Meet the Candidates on Sunday, March 10, 2024.



Voters had an opportunity to speak with contested and uncontested candidates at Meet the Candidates, a meet-and-greet sponsored by the League on Sunday, March 10.

 

Meet the Candidates was attended by Dan Carty and Janie Dretler, candidates in the contested Select Board race; and Karyn Jones and Mary Stephens, candidates in the contested Sudbury School Committee (SPS) race.

 

Uncontested candidates who attended were Catherine Blake, Moderator; Sherrill Cline, Sudbury Housing Authority; Stephen Garvin, Planning Board; Eriko Frank and Megan Kelley, Goodnow Library Trustee; and Catherine Bitter, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional District School Committee.

 

To receive notifications about Sudbury Town Election news, including the date of the Meet the Candidates event next year, subscribe on the League website, www.lwvsudbury.org, to receive email alerts or follow the Sudbury League Facebook page.

 

The town election is Monday, March 25. Mail ballots are being mailed now to those who requested them.  There is no in-person early voting for this election.

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