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Voters head to the polls in Tuesday’s Special Election

Ward 5 resident Tracy Shane said she voted for Ronald Clark, because he stands for what they need — a change, according to Shane, during Tuesday’s election.
David DeMattia voted for Ronald Clark, because he said he goes to all the meetings, and he has great concern for people in Ward 5. Pictured from left to right: Clark, DeMattia and Clark’s son, Christopher.
Displaying their ‘I voted today’ sticker, Point of Pines Beach Association President Angela and John Sawaya.
After voting, Conservation Commission Chairman John Shue stopped to talk to candidates while walking his dog, Chance.
Powers’ daughter, Charlene Theodore, and supporter James O’Brien campaigned for former Ward 5 Councillor John Powers in front of Point of Pines Yacht Club on Tuesday.
Pictured from left to right: his niece Amy Rotger, Ward 5 council candidate Ronald Clark, a newcomer to politics, and his son, Christopher, campaigned for the open seat in front of the Yacht Club on Tuesday.
Ward 5 candidate Linda Santos Rosa, who lives at Harrington Avenue, campaigned outside of Point of Pines Yacht Club on Tuesday.
Ward 5 council candidate Linda Santos Rosa, who like Powers, has been involved in politics for a long time, with her son, George and her husband, George.

 

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