Who is Running For Office in Winchester in 2013?

Find out who will be candidates for the various positions up for grabs at the March 26 town election.

[Editor's note: The following information was provided by the Winchester Town Clerk's office.]

Here's a look at those who have filed paperwork with the Winchester Town Clerk's office as candidates in several different races for the March 26 town election:

Contested Races

School Committee (Two seats for three years):                                   

  • Christian D. Nixon
  • Brian A. Vernaglia
  • Susan Verdicchio  
  • Michael P. Galvin    

Non-Contested Races                                            

Moderator (One position for one year):

  • John J. Sullivan  

Selectmen (Two seats for three years): 

  • Lance R.Grenzeback                                                 
  • James A. Johnson, III                                                                         

Assessor (One seat for three years):

  • David P. Errico                                                  

Board of Health (One seat for three years):                                  

  • David W. Heinhold

Planning Board (One seat for three years):                                  

  • Drew Bottaro            

Planning Board (One seat for one year):

  • Jerome Garciano                                               

Trustees of the Board of Library Trustees (Two seats for three years):  

  • Jon French
  • Elizabeth D. Cooper

Housing Authority (One seat for five years):                                  

  • Stephen J. Anderson

Housing Authority (One seat for three years):                                    

  • Brenda O. Kleschinsky
JT February 06, 2013 at 11:17 PM
Would the Patch please print some information on how voters can contact these candidates or get to their websites to get their views on why they are running for particular boards/committees, and what some of the main goals are that they hope to accomplish if elected? Thank you!


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