Dozens of candidates file in Warren

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Dozens of candidates from across Warren have submitted their papers and declared their candidacy for public office in the November general election. They include:

Warren Town Council (five seats)

Mark Aubin (D)

John Bento (D)

Keri M. Kronin (I)

Joseph A. Depasquale (I)

David S. Frerichs (D)

Brandt Heckert (D)

Scott F. Lial (I)

Richard Silva (D)

Chris Stanley (R)

Catherine A. Tattrie (D)

Steven Thompson (D)

Bristol Warren Regional School Committee (two seats, non-partisan)

Paul E. Brule

Erin Schofield

Susan Rancourt

Charter Review Commission (nine seats, non-partisan)

Edward S. Ackley Asselin, Andre A John R. Barker Ely G. Barkett Jerrold Blitefield Julie Blount Amy M. Cary Theresa Penny Catalano Darcy E. DaCosta William E. Estrella Judith Fardig George E. Gempp Jr. Jane Harrison William J. Kemp III Erin K. Koepcky Kristin M. MacDonald Jane R. MacDougall David W. McCarthy David Oliveira Alexander B. Scott Andrew B. Shapiro McCarthy, David W Steven S. Silvia Stephen W. Smith Sandrea J. Speroni SAndrea R. Stewart MD John L. Tattrie Tara Thibaudeau Sara I. Volino Dana K. Warren

Representative, District 67

Jan Malik (D)

Representative, District 68

John Hanley (D)

Senate, District 10

Walter Felag (D)

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