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2014 Tewksbury Town Election Guide

Tewksbury spring election will be held on April 5. Nomination papers are available at the Town Clerk's office.

2014 Tewksbury Town Election Guide

Spring is quickly approaching, and so is the April 5 Tewksbury town elections.

Tewksbury town officials facing expiring terms in 2014 include Selectman Doug Sears, School Committee member Brian Dick, Library Trustees Robert Homeyer and Patrick J. Joyce, Board of Health member Charles J. Roux and Housing Authority member Louise A. Gearty.

Planning Board member Vincent Spada also faces an expiring term, but has announced he does not plan to seek reelection. 

Town Moderator Keith Rauseo also faces an expiring term in 2014,  but announced at an October Special Town Meeting that he would not seek reelection

The following candidates have pulled nomination papers at the Town Clerk's office as of Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. * indicates this candidate is running for reelection.
  • Doug Sears--Board of Selectmen*
  • Bruce Panilaitis--Board of Selectmen
  • Brian Dick--School Committee*
  • Patrick Joyce--Library Trustee*
  • Robert Homeyer--Library Trustee*
  • Louise A. Gearty--Housing Authority*
  • Donna Robitaille--Planning Board
  • Charles Roux--Board of Health*
  • Vincent Fratalia--Planning Board
Here's a list of some links to help you get informed for this spring. We'll add additional information as we get closer and as additional news arises.

List of 2014 elected officials facing expiring terms.

Important dates for the 2014 election season

Election stories on Tewksbury Patch:

Tewksbury Selectman Race Heats Up With Candidate Announcement

Selectman Candidates Talk Economic Development and More

How to Submit an Article for Tewksbury Town Meeting

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