Kingston Town Clerk Paul Gallagher has announced the following candidates will be on the ballot for the Town of Kingston’s Annual Town Election, Saturday, April 22. Registered voters may cast their ballots from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Kingston Elementary School’s cafeteria.
Incumbent Sean O’Brien is unopposed in his race to remain Kingston’s Town Moderator. The position is for three years.
Two residents are on the ballot for two three-year terms as selectmen. Don Alcombright, incumbent, and Eric Crone are unopposed.
The race for Treasurer is one of two contested races on the ballot. Kenneth G. Maolli and Jessica M. Kramer will oppose each other for the three-year term.
Stephen J. Dunn is running unopposed for the three-year term as Assessor.
Paul M. Gallagher, incumbent, is running unopposed for Town Clerk.
The Planning Board 5-year seat has David Gavigan as its contestant.
Mark Guidoboni is running for the one-year term on the Silver Lake School Committee.
Joanne Coleman is seeking election to the three-year term on the Silver Lake School Committee.
Tricia Arieta, who was appointed to fill an unexpired term, and Jeanne Coleman, incumbent, seek three-year terms on the Kingston Elementary School Committee.
Robert Kostka, incumbent, seeks re-election to the three-year term as Water Commissioner.
There is no candidate for the five-year term on the Housing Authority. Write in your choice.
Two board of Health incumbents, Dennis Randall and Heidi Whipple, will be challenged by Lauren Hache for one of the two three-year terms.
There are no candidates for the two three-year terms as Library Trustee. Write in your choice.
Incumbent Patrick Rooney and Suzanne Haggerty, appointed to fill an unexpired term, will seek re-election to the Recreation Commission’s two three-year terms.
Eileen Moynihan, who was appointed to fill an unexpired term, is seeking election to the one-year term available.
These candidates have been certified for the 2023 Town of Kingston Annual Election ballot. Candidates have until March 21, 2023 to withdraw their name from the ballot.
April 1 is the last day to register to vote in Kingston’s Annual Town Election.
Check the Town Clerk’s website to see if you qualify for an absentee ballot.
See www.kingstonma.gov for additional information under Election News. If you have any questions or please feel free to contact the Kingston Town Clerk’s office at 781-585-0502.