Compiled by The Bedford Citizen
Saturday, March 14, is Bedford’s Election Day: The polls are open from 8 am until 6 pm at the John Glenn Middle School.
It’s time for Bedford’s annual municipal election to select our Town officials. While man candidates are running without opposition, there is an important contest for School Committee.
After a sterling 12-year career, Abbie Seibert is stepping down from the School Committee. Two candidates – Jennifer Kelley and Dan Brosgol – seek to take Abbie’s place, and Bedford is fortunate to have two such accomplished candidates. You’re invited to watch them debate on Bedford TV’s community affairs program, Bedford Common, and then read The Bedford Citizen’s candidate pages.
Links to full information about each candidate includes their original caucus or candidate statement, answers to questions posed by The Citizen’s Editorial Board, and their final statements.
Selectman – One 3-year term
- Margot Fleischman Incumbent & Caucus Nominee
Bedford School Committee – One 3-year term
- Daniel Hartley Brosgol Certified nomination papers
- Jennifer L. Kelley Certified nomination papers
Planning Board– One 3-year term
- Jeffrey Cohen Incumbent & Caucus Nominee
Assessors – One 3-year term
- Ronald M. Cordes Incumbent & Caucus Nominee – no final statement
Board of Health – Two 3-year terms
- Anita Raj Incumbent & Caucus Nominee – no final statement
- Sarah H. Thompson Incumbent & Caucus Nominee – no final statement
Library Trustee – Two 3-year terms
- Robert Batt Incumbent & Caucus Nominee – no final statement
- Michael Anthony Pulizzi Incumbent & Caucus Nominee – no final statement
Bedford Housing Authority – One 4-year term
- Robert Schmalz Caucus Nominee – no final statement
Shawsheen Regional School Committee – One 3-year term
- Glenn McIntyre Incumbent & Caucus Nominee – no final statement
Shawsheen Regional School Committee – One 1-year term
- Donald Drouin Caucus Nominee – no final statement