Sudbury Ballot Finalized as One Candidate Withdraws From Race

Three contested races have developed for Election Day.

Election Day is slated for March 31.
Election Day is slated for March 31.
The ballot for this year's Sudbury municipal election is official, with one less candidate than originally expected.

Last week was the deadline for candidates who returned papers to run for elected office to withdraw their name for consideration.

Arthur G. Krusinski returned papers to run for Park and Recreation Commissioner, but withdrew his candidacy before the deadline. That leaves Michael T. Ensley as the only candidate for that position.

In total, there are three contested races on this year's ballot. They are the Board of Selectmen, School Committee, and Lincoln-Sudbury Regional District School Committee races.

Election Day is scheduled for March 31. Below is the list of Sudbury residents who will be on this year's ballot, according to Assistant Town Clerk Veronica Craven:
  • Board of Selectmen (Three years, vote for one): John C. Drobinski (incumbent) and Patricia A. Brown.
  • Sudbury School Committee (Three years, vote for two): Ellen Winer Joachim (incumbent), Richard J. Robison (incumbent), Christine A. Hogan, and Lisa V. Kouchakdjian.
  • Lincoln-Sudbury Regional District School Committee (Three years, vote for two): Elena M. Kleifges (incumbent), Patricia M. Mostue (incumbent), and Sofya L. Gruman-Reznik.
  • Park and Recreation Commissioner (Three years, vote for one): Michael T. Ensley.
  • Board of Assessors (Three years, vote for one): Liam J. Vesely.
  • Goodnow Library Trustee (Three years, vote for two): Robert William Iuliano (incumbent), and Barbary F. Pryor (incumbent).
  • Goodnow Library Trustee (One year, vote for one): Nancy Jane Hershfield.
  • Board of Health (Three years, vote for one): Susan R. Sama.
  • Sudbury Housing Authority (Five years, vote for one): Sherril P. Cline (incumbent). 
  • Planning Board (Three years, vote for one): Martin Joseph Long.
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