The 2011 municipal election is Tuesday, Nov. 8.
There are two polling places in Ledyard. They are:
Ledyard Center School in Ledyard Center, across from Town Hall.
Juliet W. Long School, on Route 12, at the intersection of Stoddard’s Wharf Road.
The polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
There are four candidates running for mayor. They are:
Ledyard will also elect a new Town Council and Board of Education on Tuesday.
Republican candidates running for Town Council are:
Linda Davis (incumbent)
John Marshall (incumbent)
Sean Sullivan (incumbent)
Democratic candidates running for Town Council are:
Mary McGrattan (incumbent)
Sharon Wadecki (incumbent)
Bill Saums (incumbent)
Republican candidates running for Board of Education are:
Gordon Strickland (incumbent)
Julia Cronin (incumbent)
Mimi Peck-Llewellyn (incumbent)
Tom Malone (incumbent)
Democratic candidates running for Board of Education are:
Sharon Hightower (incumbent)
Michelle Hinton (incumbent)
Stephanie Calhoun (incumbent)
John Phetteplace (incumbent)
For complete coverage of the campaign to date, visit the page on Ledyard Patch.