The Select Board, School Committee, Board of Health and Planning Board are all contested races leading up to the April 2 election. Here is the final lineup along with, where available, the candidates’ websites or Facebook pages.
As we learn about additional information sources being launched, we will update this list.
The Carnation invites candidates to submit introduction letters between now and March 1, when we will shift our coverage to Q&As that will be sent to all those running this week. Readers can find all letters, profiles and other information in the “Tewksbury Votes 2022” category.
To learn more about those running, watch for a Candidates Forum, presented by the Tewksbury Town Crier and Tewksbury TV, and an informal meet and greet hosted by the Tewksbury Democratic Town Committee. Dates are TBD based on candidate availability.
Other town groups that have planned opportunities to introduce residents to candidates are invited to send the details to email@example.com for publication. We will also list candidates’ own events in our weekly and weekend updates.
An * denotes an incumbent who is seeking relection.
Board of Selectmen (2 Seats)
Jomarie F. Buckley Website / Facebook page
Mark Kratman Website / Facebook page
School Committee (2 Seats)
Kayla Biagioni-Smith Website / Facebook page
Christine Chesbrough Website / Facebook page
Richard Russo Jr. Website / Facebook page
Planning Board (1 Seat)
Jeremiah Delaney* Website / Facebook page
James J. Duffy Website / Facebook page
George Ferdinand Website / Facebook page
Cody Smith Website / Facebook page
Board of Health (2 Seats)
Susan Amato Website / Facebook page
Melissa Braga Website / Facebook page
Nicole Burgett-Yandow, NP Website / Facebook page
Board of Library Trustees (2 Seats)
Julie Naughton Website / Facebook page
Susanne Pederson Website / Facebook page
Shawsheen Regional Technical High School Committee (1 Seat)
Patricia MW Meuse* Website / Facebook page
Moderator – one year unexpired term (1 Seat)
Dustin Weir Website / Facebook page
The Annual Town Election will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2022, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. To learn whether you are registered and more information about the election, check out the town’s Election & Voter Registration page.
The Carnation thanks the Town Clerk’s office for facilitating coverage of the election.