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09/06/2019

Two incumbents, one challenger complete nomination papers for Nov. 5 Town Council election

Three candidates will be seeking two seats on the Town Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 municipal election.

Incumbents Penelope A. Jordan and Caitlin R. Jordan; and challenger Aaron Mosher, had nomination-petition signatures verified at Town Hall before the Sept. 6 deadline and will appear on the ballot.

Two seats on the School Board up for election Nov. 5 will go unchallenged: Incumbent Kimberly Carr and newcomer Philip Saucier had petitions verified and will appear on the ballot. School Board incumbent Susana Measelle Hubbs did not seek renomination.

In addition, South Portland resident Matthew D. Beck will run unopposed for re-election as the Cape Elizabeth and South Portland representative on the Portland Water District Board of Trustees.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. at Cape Elizabeth High School on Election Day, Nov. 5.

Applications for absentee ballots are now available [More information]. Absentee voting will take place approximately 30 days before the election until 4 p.m Thursday, Nov. 1.

Nominating petition status as of the 4 p.m. deadline Sept. 6, 2019:

  Address Date taken Date verified
Town Council      
* Caitlin R. Jordan 83 Old Ocean House Road 07/30/2019 09/05/2019
* Penelope A. Jordan 21 Wells Road 07/30/2019 08/23/2019
Mario Magnoli 15 Dearborn Drive 08/21/2019  
* Aaron Mosher 6 Leighton Farm Road 08/30/2019 09/06/2019
School Board      
* Kimberly L. Carr 19 Rock Crest Drive 08/16/2019 09/05/2019
* Philip R. Saucier 4 Gateledge Drive 09/05/2019 09/06/2019
Portland Water District      
** Matthew D. Beck South Portland 07/30/2019 08/26/2019 (Cape Elizabeth only)

* Petition signatures verified, name will appear on Nov. 5 ballot
** Cape Elizabeth and South Portland petition signatures verified, name will appear in the Nov. 5 ballot