Vernon Declaration of Inclusion: Vernon Declaration of Inclusion

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Want to run for office in Vernon? Candidate petitions are now available.

Town Clerk Tim Arsenault has announced that petitions and candidate consent forms are now available for Vernon’s March 5 town election. To be included on the ballot, you need to collect valid signatures from one percent of the town’s registered voters (or a minimum of 19 voters’ signatures). You may obtain forms at the Town Clerk’s office, which is open Monday through Thursday: 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (but is closed on New Year’s Day).

The following are positions that will be decided on election day.

TOWN OFFICEINCUMBENT
Select Board  3 yearSandra Harris
Select board 2 yearJeff Dunklee
School Board  3 yearWalter Breau
School board  2 year                                                               Kerry Amidon
School board  last 2 of unexpired 3 year Hannah Rosinski
School board last 1 of unexpired 2 yearChad Mulverhill
Town Clerk  3 yearTimothy Arsenault
Lister  3 yearCarrol Hammond
Lister  1 year unexpired 3 year termVACANT
Town Moderator   1 yearTimothy Arsenault
School Moderator  1 yearTimothy Arsenault
First Constable 1 yearPeter Crossmon
Second Constable 1  yearScott Lane
Delinquent Tax Collector 1 yearMarylynn Scherlin
Town Agent 1 yearVACANT
Grand Juror 1 yearVACANT

Petitions must be  turned in by 5 PM on Monday January 28th.