Election Day is Saturday, May 20. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
There are competitive races for the Board of Selectmen, Planning Board and Redevelopment Authority.
Several residents of South Plymouth and Manomet are seeking town-wide office. Manomet residents Betty Cavacco and Craig Brenner, along with Pinehills resident Clark Corson, are running for the Board of Selectmen. Also running are incumbent John Mahoney, former Planning Board Member Marc Garrett and current Planning Board Member Paul McAlduff.
The race for Planning Board is a local one, as Jordan Road resident Malcolm MacGregor is looking to return. He is being challenged by Pinehills resident and Town Meeting Member Keven Joyce. There’s also a local name in the race for Redevelopment Authority, with Stephen Palmer running against Anita Rocheteau for an open seat.
There are also competitive races for town meeting in precincts 6, 7 and 15.
In Precinct 6, incumbents Colleen Coughlin, Paul Francis and Megan Collins-Dempster are being challenged by Cheryl Fischer and Maureen Renaud. In Precinct 7, Nathan Segal is running against incumbents Jeanette Kelly, Robert Materna and Karen Buechs. While Precinct 15, is guaranteed to see at least one new face at Town Meeting as Mark Leppo, Anatol Zukerman and Gilbert Paul are running against incumbents John DeCoste and Joseph Curley.
Voters in the Manomet and Pinehills area cast their ballots at the following locations:
- Precinct 5: Plymouth Community Intermediate School
- Precinct 6: Manomet Elementary School
- Precinct 7: Indian Brook Elementary School
- Precinct 15: Stonebridge Club at the Pinehills