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Three contests on this spring’s election ballot

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The April ballot for the town election will include a four-way race for two selectmen seats and a three-way race for two seats on the Gas and Electric Commission. Finance Committee members Leilani Dalpe and Diane Stewart, EMS Committee member John Knowlton, and political newcomer Donald Jonah will vie for the two available selectmen seats. Incumbents Michael Solimini and Thomas Murphy will seek to continue on the Gas and Electric Commission, while former commissioner Daniel Farley will make a run to get back on that panel. The annual election is scheduled for April 6, although selectmen will discuss on Monday whether to shift it to the state primary date of April 30. 

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