LIVERMORE — Incumbent William “Tom” Gould and Scott Richmond won election to the Board of Selectpersons on Tuesday.

Sara Chamberlain-Hughes was elected to the Regional School Unit 73 board of directors. Two write-in candidates received several votes each.

Gould, who ran unopposed, will serve a second two-year term. He received 336 votes. There were several names written in for the position, Town Clerk Renda Guild said.

Richmond received 217 votes for the three-year seat previously held by Timothy Kachnovich. Opponent Raymond Castonguay received 169 votes. There were several write-in candidates, Guild said.

Hughes ran unopposed for the seat previously held by Cynthia Young. She received 353 votes. There were numerous names written in, Guild said.

No one sought election to another school board seat. Guild said Shannon McDaniel received 19 votes and Justin Shink, 8. Those names will be given to the selectpersons who will appoint a representative to a one-year term.

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Scott Richmond received 217 votes for a three-year term on the Livermore Board of Selectpersons. His opponent, Raymond Castonguay, received 169 votes.


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