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2015 Election Information:

The filing period for candidacy has now closed. The following positions were available: 

  • Board of Selectmen: 2 positions / 3-year terms
  • Town Clerk: 1 position / 3-year term
  • Treasurer: 1 position / 3-year term
  • Trustee of the Cemetery: 1 position / 3-year term
  • Trustee of the Library: 2 positions / 3-year terms
  • Planning Board: 2 positions / 3-year terms & 1 position / 1-year term
  • Board of Adjustment: 2 positions / 3-year terms
  • Trustee of the Trust Funds: 1 position / 3-year term

As of the end of the filing period, 5:00 PM on 01/30/15, the following candidates had signed up (in no particular order):

  • Roger Hohenberger (BOARD OF SELECTMEN)
  • Nicole L Bottai (TOWN CLERK)
  • Robert Coole (TREASURER)
  • Tara Picciano (TRUSTEE OF THE LIBRARY)
  • Alan E Carpenter (PLANNING BOARD 3 year)
  • Gabriel Toubia (PLANNING BOARD 3 year)
  • Daniel Guttman (PLANNING BOARD 3 year)
  • Ruth-Ellen Post (PLANNING BOARD 1 year)
  • Kathleen Ferguson (PLANNING BOARD 1 year)
  • Pamela M Skinner (ZBA)
  • Bruce R Breton (ZBA)
  • Karen Marcil (TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUND)


Important: Please note that the polling location is WINDHAM HIGH SCHOOL.  We do not have any wards at this time.  

You may register to vote any time during regular business hours at the Town Clerk's office. You must be an American citizen, and present proof thereof. A birth certificate or passport is acceptable. If you are a Naturalized citizen, you must present your naturalization papers. Proof of residency is also required. A driver’s license or utility bill would suffice.

Voter registration cannot be accepted by the Town Clerk’s office within ten (10) days prior to any election, however, the Supervisors of the Checklist sit prior to an election for new voters, change of party, etc. Their hours are posted in the local paper, and in the Town Hall. Registration can also be completed at the polls on the day of the election. For more information about Elections please visit the State's website.


If you will be gone from the Town or physically can't come to vote then you can obtain an Absentee Ballot  by submitting an Absentee Ballot Form (State or Federal elections) or Absentee Ballot Form (Town elections) either by faxing it, dropping it off in person, or mailing it to the Town Clerk's attention. Emailed forms will NOT be accepted. The deadline for returning absentee ballots in person are 5:00 pm the day before the Election.  We can accept Absentee ballots that are postmarked and MAILED to us up until the day of Election at 5:00pm.  Please keep in mind you need to be a REGISTERED VOTER in order to obtain an Absentee Ballot. If you have anymore questions please give the office a call during business hours or feel free to email us.

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Upcoming Elections:

LOCAL TOWN ELECTION 3/10/15 (Windham High School 7am-8pm)