Incumbents re-elected in Ludlow

Only two contested races on Ludlow's ballot

LUDLOW, Mass. (WWLP) – The Incumbent candidates coasted to re-election in Ludlow’s only two contested races on Monday’s ballot.

In the three-way race for two seats on the Ludlow Board of Selectmen, incumbents Manuel Silva and Carmina Fernandes beat their third-place challenger by more than a two one margin.

Manuel Silva was the top vote-getter with 841 votes.  Carmina Fernandes held onto her seat with 742 votes.  Third-place finisher, challenger David Sepanek garnered 386 votes.

Both Silva and Fernandes will serve another three-year term.

It was the same story in the Board of Assessors’ race; the incumbent candidate held onto his seat.

Antonio Rosa was re-elected to another term, winning by 222 votes.

Rosa got 680 votes to Juanita Marques Testori’s 458.

 

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