DIXFIELD — A total of six people are seeking election to four seats on the RSU 10 board Tuesday, June 10.

In Rumford, incumbent Tracey Higley chose not to seek another three-year term. No one returned nomination papers for the seat, but at least two people are running as write-in candidates.

Bromley Cook is a member of the Rumford Finance Committee and a subcommittee charged with evaluating the consolidation of Mexico and Rumford public works services. He is a military veteran and has a bacelor’s degree in arts and engineering and has taken master’s in business administration courses. He also volunteers at the Greater Rumford Area Ministers Pantry Service.

Jennifer LeDuc is the mother of three school-age children. The youngest attends Holy Savior School, a daughter attends Rumford Elementary School and the eldest attends Mountain Valley Middle School. LeDuc attended the University of Maine, is active in the middle school Parent Teachers Organization and believes the district’s school buildings should be better used.

Longtime Dixfield representative Barbara Chow, an educational technician in RSU 73, and Canton representative Faith Campbell are running unopposed for additional three-year terms.

In Buckfield, RSU 10 board Chairman Jerald Wiley, a surveyor for the state, is being challenged by newcomer Wendy Turner.

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