Tuesday, Nov. 8, Halifax voters will have two ballots to mark, one for the state election and another for the special election of two selectmen to fill the unexpired terms of Ashley DiCesa and
John Bruno, well known to Halifax service, will run unopposed for the term ending in 2025.
There are four candidates vying for the second seat. They are, in alphabetical order, Dennis P. Carman, Mary Gravinese, David M. Mascio, Naja Nessralla, and Wiliam J Smith.
Each candidate brings their own special talents to the position.
In an effort to bring these qualifications to the attention of the voters, Selectman Jonathan Selig has invited each to sit in the barber’s chair at John and Son’s Barber Shop – everyone knows all serious politics are discussed there – and answer a panel of questions proposed by the voters of Halifax. These discussions were videoed by Area 58 and will be available for public view on their website: www.area58.tv.
The Express has asked each candidate to introduce themselves to the electorate in a 300 word synopsis of what they plan to bring to the position of selectman. These synopses will be published in the Nov. 4 edition of The Plympton-Halifax-Kingston Express.