Polls will be open in Natick on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the town-wide election for local officials.
While many candidates vying for elected positions run unopposed, there is competition for one selectman and two School Committee seats.
Two candidates are vying for one selectman position: two-term incumbent Joshua Ostroff and former chairman of the Finance Committee, Rick Jennett. The term will run for three years.
Three candidates will face off for two three-year seats on the School Committee: incumbent David Margil and challengers Timothy Kelley, and Firkins Reed.
Candidates for the Planning Board, Board of Assessors, Board of Health, and Natick Housing Authority will run unopposed. There is no candidate for the Recreation and Parks Commission.
Additionally, residents can vote for their precincts' Town Meeting members. Residents can view Tuesday's ballot, complete with their area's Town Meeting candidates, here.
Residents can find where to vote on Tuesday at the Town Clerk's website.
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