HOLDEN, Mass. - It's election day in Holden, and now that you know the candidates, it's your time to decide who you want to represent Holden on the WRSD School Committee.
Will your votes go to attorney and Wachusett grad Erik Scheinfeldt, whose goals include improving the education students are getting and lobbying the state? Engineer Richard McWaters, who wants to represent the community? Sitting school committee member Deidre Kosky, who hopes to share her education and social services background with the school board? Or incumbent Steve Hammond, who brings six years of experience and knowledge of both the budget and education.
The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday, May 14. and throughout the day, TheDailyHolden will be providing election day coverage and poll results.
For now, let your voice be heard and share who you'll be voting for in our comment section, and see how each candidate fares in our election poll.
Precinct 1 - Senior Center - 1130 Main Street
Precinct 2 - Senior Center - 1130 Main Street
Precinct 3 – Davis Hill School – use Highland Street entrance
Precinct 4 - Mountview School, 270 Shrewsbury Street
Precinct 5 - Light Department - One Holden Street
For further information call the Town Clerk’s Office at 508-210-5530.