New Start Time for Sudbury Candidates’ Night

Published February 25, 2014 | Select Board's Office | Automatically Archived on 3/5/2014

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Candidates in the contested races for Selectman and both School Committees will face off when the League of Women Voters of Sudbury sponsors its 58th annual Candidates’ Night Tuesday, March 4.

The candidates in uncontested races for town offices will introduce themselves and discuss the position they are running for after the presentations for the contested races.

Candidates’ Night will be held at the Goodnow Library, 21 Concord Rd., in Sudbury. The program starts at 7:00 p.m., with coffee and a chance to meet the candidates at 6:45 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

The election is Monday, March 31, and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The two candidates running for selectman are John Drobinski, an incumbent, and Patricia Brown, currently a member of the Planning Board.

There are four candidates for two three-year terms on the Sudbury School Committee, grades K-8. They are Ellen Winer Joachim and Richard J. Robison, both incumbents, and Christine A. Hogan and Lisa V. Kouchakdjian.

Three candidates are running for two three-year terms on the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Committee. They are Elena M. Kleifges and Patricia M. Mostue, both incumbents, and Sofya L. Gruman-Reznik.

In uncontested races, Robert Iuliano and Barbara Pryor, both incumbents, are running for three-year terms as Goodnow Library trustee. Nancy Jane Hershfield is running for a one-year term as library trustee to fill a vacancy.

Candidates in other uncontested races are Board of Assessors, Liam J. Vesely; Board of Health, Susan R. Sama; Sudbury Housing Authority, Sherrill P. Cline; Planning Board, Martin Joseph Long; and Park and Recreation Commissioner, Michael T. Ensley.

Audience members will be able to submit questions that evening in the contested races. Questions may also be submitted in advance by email to [email protected], as a video-on-demand option.

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization and does not support or oppose any political party or candidate. Information about the Sudbury League is available at