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The first contested Selectmen's race in five years brought a newcomer and an incumbent while Westford's results in the two party primaries for the U.S. Senate special election mirrored statewide results.
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Westford's got not one, but two elections going on today. We'll be out and about throughout town today with updates from the field.
From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for Election Day in Westford.
This week, Patch talked with the two incumbents in the race for the Board of Selectmen. Here some of the highlights.
Join us at noon on Wednesday to ask your questions to Selectman Bob Jefferies
Join us at noon on Tuesday, April 23 for our live chat here on Patch with Selectman Andrea Peraner-Sweet
Board of Selectmen candidate Jim Jarvie suspended most of his campaign related activities shortly after the Boston Marathon tragedy, but will return to the campaign trail on Monday.
Board of Selectmen challenger Jim Jarvie believes he can bring fresh perspectives to a board he sees as going in the wrong direction.
While the four candidates for the two Board of Selectmen seats shared many views in common, they also sought to clarify their specific ideas in other areas for still undecided voters.
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