Three candidates are running for two three-year terms on the Board of Selectmen in the Tuesday, June 14 election.

The deadline for turning in nomination papers to get on the ballot in Thomaston was May 2.

Incumbents Peter Lammert and Lee-Ann Upham are on the ballot seeking re-election. Terry Colson Jr. has also turned in nomination papers to run for one of those seats.

The two out of the three with the most votes will win the seats. Due to Thomaston’s guidelines, Colson is not running against one candidate or the other for a specific seat.

A one-year seat previously held by Nancy Carter on the Board of Selectmen is also up for election this year. Carter submitted her resignation to the town, effective at the time of the election and town meeting. Paul Chamberlin has turned in nomination papers to run unopposed for this seat.

A three-year term on the board of assessors is up for election. Peter Lammert, the incumbent, has returned papers to run for this seat.

A three-year term on the RSU 13 Board of Directors held by Jamie Doubleday is up for election this year and Doubleday has turned in nomination papers to run for re-election. Challenger Darryl Sanborn has returned nomination papers to run against her.