CHESTERFIELD, N.H. -- Bayard Tracy is looking to unseat Selectman James M. Larkin in the lone contested race on Tuesday.
Polls will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Chesterfield Town Hall. Tracy did not return a phone call seeking comment by presstime, but Larkin said he joined the board last year to fill a vacancy.
Larkin said he hopes voters give him another term because he is working on a lot of projects he thinks will have a positive impact on the town.
"A lot of people have supported me this past year. I've done a lot of good things and I'd like to continue them," he said. "I think I have a lot to offer."
Larkin, a contractor, said he is attempting to bring back a community newsletter that will help reconnect citizens with their Board of Selectmen. He would also like to increase revenue through recycling by turning the town's transfer station into a more state-of-the-art facility.
He told the Reformer he also has a few ideas he would like to follow through on, such as establishing a recreation program that lasts 12 months instead just the summer. He also wants to start a community center.