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September 17, 2013

Salem voters set stage for election today


Walsh and Crane have both been on the School Committee for eight years. Lavoie was appointed to the board in January 2012 to fill a vacancy; she ran unsuccessfully for School Committee in November 2011.

Salem preliminary election

Polls open today, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Who’s on the ballot:

Mayor (vote for 1): Kim Driscoll*, Kenneth Sawicki and Cedric Ashley Jr.

School Committee (vote for 3): Janet Crane*, Brendan Walsh*, Lisa Lavoie*, Patrick Schultz, Katherine Casiglia, Kenneth Sawicki, Richard Johnson and Rachel Hunt

City Council Ward 4 (vote for 1): David Eppley, Sean O’Brien and Gina Flynn

City Council Ward 6 (vote for 1): Paul Prevey*, Beth Gerard and Kenneth Sawicki

* incumbent

Salem poll locations:

Ward 1: Bentley School, 25 Memorial Drive (all precincts)

Ward 2: St. John’s Church, 28 St. Peter St. (all precincts)

Ward 3: Salem High School auditorium, 77 Wilson St. (all precincts)

Ward 4: Witchcraft Heights school gymnasium, 1 Frederick St. (all precincts)

Ward 5: precinct 1: Temple Shalom, 287 Lafayette St.; precinct 2: community room at the Pioneer Terrace housing complex

Ward 6: precinct 1: Bates School, 53 Liberty Hill Avenue; precinct 2: Parks and Recreation department office at Mack Park

Ward 7: Salem State University Enterprise Center, 121 Loring Avenue (all precincts)





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