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Candidates' Night 2014

Candidates' Night:  7 pm Tuesday, April 29 at Town Hall

  
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Read the Questions

Submit your own question

Come to Town Hall
or
Watch LIVE on
SCTV Channel 12
 

On May 13, Salisbury residents will elect one new member to the Salisbury Board of Selectmen and three members to the Triton Regional School Committee. Wilma MacDonald and Gilbert Medeiros are competing for the seat currently held by Fred Knowles, who is not running for re-election. Monique Greilich from Salisbury, Dina Sullivan from Newbury, and Richard Cummings from Rowley are each running unopposed for seats to be elected by voters from all three towns.

SCTV and the Salisbury Beach Betterment Association (SBBA) are co-sponsoring Candidates' Night on Tuesday, April 29 at 7 PM in Salisbury Town Hall. Click on the links below to see the questions that have already been submitted to the Selectmen candidates as part of a first round on Tuesday night. Also see other questions that have been submitted by Salisbury citizens that they may ask in the second round of questions from the audience. We encourage you to submit your own questions and to attend the Candidates’ Night, which will be televised LIVE on SCTV Channel 12.


   See the Questions for Selectmen Candidates

Click the link above to see the questions submitted to the candidates for Board of Selectmen as well as others that might be asked by citizens.

Post your own Question for Selectmen Candidates
Click the link above to submit your own question.


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