Milford voters will choose among several contested races today for the annual town election.
A quick recap of the contested races:
- Selectman Dino DeBartolomeis is seeking an 11th term and is running on a platform of continuing fiscal responsibility. He is challenged by Michael Denice, a contractor for Aer Lingus who said he wants to improve public safety and address illegal immigration impacts.
- Three School Committee seats are open, and three names are on the ballot: Michael Walsh, the incumbent, as well as Donald Quattrochio, a business development specialist, and Scott Harrison, a bank manager. A write-in candidate, Manuel Carneiro, is also seeking a seat.
- The other contested race is more low-profile: the Board of Library Trustees has more candidates than positions. Running for two available posts are incumbents Richard Person and Lisa Bacchiocchi, and a challenger, Tiago Da Silva.
Precincts 1 and 4 are at the Milford Senior Center.
Precincts 2 and 3 are at the Italian American Veterans club.
Precincts 5, 6, 7 and 8 are at the Portuguese Club.
If you are unsure where you are supposed to vote, you can visit the town website, which has a street directory assigned to each precinct, or call the Town Clerk's office at 508-634-2307.