July 9, 2020

Town Clerk, Selectmen Seats Up for Grabs in Seekonk


After a two month delay due to the coronavirus, Seekonk voters will be heading to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the annual town election. Three candidates are vying for two open three-year seats on the Board of Selectmen.  Incumbents David Andrade and Nelson Almeida are running against newcomer Adam Petronio.

Town Clerk Florice Craig is facing rivals Sandra Escaler and Bryan Mulvey in her bid for another three year term. Incumbent Erin Brouillette is running unopposed for another three-year term on the Seekonk school committee. Lydia Cordeiro, TV9 personality Jeffrey Starr Mararian, and Doug Brown are running for two seats on the water commission, one is for a three-year term and the other is a one-year term. Town Moderator Peter Hoogerzeil is running unopposed for another three-year term.

All voting will be conducted at Seekonk High School from 7 am until 8 pm. Anyone who shows up to vote is required to wear a mask.  


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