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    CANDIDATE LIST

    November 3, 2020 Municipal Election

    The following is a list of the names and addresses of the candidates for City offices whose names will appear on the ballot for the November 3, 2020 Annual Municipal Election (Order determined by drawing 9/23/20).

    City Council (3-year term, 2 seats)

    MacLellan, Louise D.

    51 Pacific Street

     

    Lachman, Adam D.

    449 Main Street

     

    Emmott, Ian H.

    13 Talbot Avenue

     

    Austin, Sarah E.

    48 Talbot Ave. #1

     

    Smith, Ryan M.

    27 Tea Street

     

    RSU #13 Board of Directors (3-year term, 1 seat)

    (No Candidates)

    1 Declared Write-in – Bachofner, Carol W.

     

    Rockland Port District Board (5-year term, 1 seat)

    (No Candidates)

     

    Election Warden (1-year term, 1 seat)

    (No Candidates)

     

    Ward Clerk (1-year term, 1 seat)

    (No Candidates)

     

     

    Referendum Question

     

    ○  YES            Shall the Ordinance entitled “Local Minimum Wage Ordinance, be adopted?

    ○  NO              (If adopted, this Ordinance would set the Local Minimum Wage for businesses with more than 25                                     employees at $13.00 per hour beginning on January 1, 2022; increase the Local Minimum Wage to                        $14.00 per hour beginning on January 1, 2023; increase the Local Minimum Wage to $15.00 per hour                         beginning on January 1, 2024; and then increase the Local Minimum Wage annually based on the                                 percentage increase to the cost of living.)

     

     

     

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