Phyllis Theermann

**Make sure you have time on your calendar on Tuesday, March 5th to vote!**

Want to learn more about the candidates running and their thoughts on responsible, sustainable issues? Click here to see what they had to say at Sustainable Wellesley’s Conversations With The Candidates before election day on Tuesday.

In addition, click on the Board name below to read the thoughtful responses (and more detailed than the video above) that most candidates offered to Sustainable Wellesley’s questions.

Since many of the races are contested, knowing what the candidates value will help you when you go to vote.

After reading them, share your thoughts with family, friends and neighbors.

Moderator
Selectmen – contested
Assessors
Board of Health – contested
Housing Authority
Library Trustees 
Natural Resources Commission – contested
Planning Board –contested
Dept. of Public Works
Recreation Department – contested
School Committee

 

Important reminder that tomorrow — Tuesday, March 6 —  is the Town Election in Wellesley. Polls will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Click here to find your polling place.

Please vote. When people who are concerned with the environment vote, we all win! For our local environment, no race matters more than the race for the Wellesley Natural Resources Commission (NRC)  The NRC is the only elected board in our town that is specifically tasked with an environmental mission — the members of this board are the stewards of our parks, conservation land, trees, and all our natural resources.

There are four candidates running for two open seats on the NRC. Before you vote, we urge you to consider who will best represent your perspective on the environment in our town. Click here to read the candidates responses to our questions. (One candidate did not respond.)

Let’s make sure that 2018 is the year when environmental voters turn out in Wellesley! Did you know that in last year’s town election, 3625 people voted? After this election, we are going to follow-up with you to see if you voted and what issues helped determine your choices.

We all know it’s important to be a good voter, so please make a plan right now to get to the polls on Tuesday!

Phyllis Theermann


Important issues are happening in our community. Use your voting rights to elect people you believe in. Local politics does affect your day-to-day lives so don’t forget to make time on March 6th to vote.

Sustainable Wellesley asked all of the candidates to answer a few questions about sustainability and how it relates to the work of that particular board. Here are many of their thoughts. Remember most of these positions are for 3-5 years.

Board of Assessors – No response.
Board of Health – Click here.
Board of Public Works – No response.

Board of Selectmen – Click here.
Library Trustees – Click here.
Moderator – No response.

Natural Resources – Click here.
Planning Board – Click here.
Recreation Commission – Click here.

School Committee – Click here.
Town Clerk – Click here.

Please share widely with your friends and neighbors — and please VOTE!

See and hear from the candidates at the upcoming League of Women Voter’s Candidates Eve, Thursday, March 1st.