Election Day in Tewksbury
Voters to decide on several races and a hotly contested ballot question.
It's Election Day in Tewksbury and the polls are open until 8 p.m.
With outstanding weather forecast and several contested races on the ballot, turnout is expected to be higher than normal for a municipal election.
Contested races include:
Board of Selectmen: Incumbents David Gay and Scott Wilson and challengers Ken Miano and Bob Marcin vying for two seats.
Shawsheen Tech School Committeee: Incumbent Peter Downing and challenger Mike Kelley vying for one seat.
Planning Board: Incumbent Nancy Reed and challenger Ed Sullivan vying for one seat.
Board of Health: Incumbents Mary Ellen Furnald and Ed Sheehan and challenger Kathleen Brothers vying for two seats.
There is also one Ballot Question. Voters will be asked to approve a $1.93 million debt exclusion to fund an expanded athletic field project as part of the new high school construction.
Just as a reminder, here are the new voting locations for today's election:
Precinct 1 Senior Center 175 Chandler St. (no change)
Precinct 1A Senior Center 175 Chandler St. (no change)
Precinct 2 Recreation Center 286 Livingston St. (changed from Library)
Precinct 2A Recreation Center 286 Livingston St. (changed from Library)
Precinct 3 Lowell Assembly of God 995 Andover St. (changed from Senior Center)
Precinct 3A Lowell Assembly of God 995 Andover St. (changed from Senior Center)
Precinct 4 Library 300 Chandler St. (no change)
Precinct 4A Library 300 Chandler St. (no change)
Tewksbury Patch will provide you with updated coverage on the election throughout the day.
At 7 p.m. We will launch a live, interactive blog with up to the minute information, live results and a chance for readers to comment and ask questions.
Still not sure who to vote for today, click here to check out the Tewksbury Patch Election Guide, featuring more than 50 articles and letters related to the 2012 Tewksbury Municipal Election.