China’s Nov. 5 local election ballot will show one contest and four vacancies.
Incumbent Irene Belanger, Wayne Chadwick and Todd N. Tolhurst are candidates for two seats on the Board of Selectmen. Incumbent Robert MacFarland is not seeking another term.
There are no candidates on the ballot for any of three planning board positions: District 1 (the northwestern part of town; Kevin Michaud is the incumbent); District 3 (the southeastern part of town; Ralph Howe is the incumbent); and the alternate-at-large position, whose representative can come from anywhere in town and which is currently vacant.
For the budget committee, Chairman Robert Batteese and District 1 representative Kevin Maroon are unopposed for re-election and there is no name on the ballot for the District 3 position Chadwick currently holds.
Dawn Marie Castner is unopposed for re-election as a Regional School Unit (RSU) #18 director from China.
China selectmen and planning board and budget committee members are elected for two-year terms. RSU #18 directors serve for three years.
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