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The day has finally arrived.
Easton residents will have the opportunity to cast their vote in this year's Annual Town Election.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. through 8 p.m. today. All Easton precincts will report to Oliver Ames High School on Lothrop Street to vote. Town Clerk said Monday night that he expects an approximate 10 percent, or 1,500 voter turnout. Last year approximately 6 percent of voters turned out for Town Elections.
The one contested race is for two available three-year Board of Selectmen seats. Incumbents include Colleen Corona and Dan Murphy while challengers include Michael Maloney and Patrick Goodman. For a full look at that race, check out coverage over the past month by clicking here.
Also on today's ballot, a sample of which is attached, five people are running unopposed.
Among them, Walter Galas is running for Town Moderator.
Scott Timulty is running for the Board of Assessors.
Jennifer Nichols is running for the Board of Health.
Dennis Sheedy is running for Housing Authority.
And, Colleen Less is running for School Committee.
Patch will be at the polls throughout the day with an inside look at voter turnout and traffic. We'll also have results tonight following the election. Be sure to check back here and follow us on twitter @EastonPatch.
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