Sample Ballot: Committees & Officers

PLEASE NOTE: if  you have found this page through the SEARCH function, please note that it is out-of-date. This page will be updated for the March 2020 Election of Committees & Officers. Check back in February, 2020. This page is currently not accessible through the website’s regular menus and links. Unfortunately, it can still be found through a search.  —CAV/3/26/19


Who is running? Election night is Monday, March 25, 2019, during the Town Meeting. All Arden residents 18 years of age and older who have lived in the Village for 6 months or longer are eligible to vote. You may vote any time during the Town Meeting, which starts at 7:30 p.m. To learn about Absentee Voting, click here.

Who is running for committees and officers?
See a sample ballot by clicking the link below.

• SAMPLE BALLOT   posted 3/6/2019 • 3 pm
This is a sample of the final ballot. It may not be used for voting. Actual ballots are distributed at the start of the March Town Meeting, or supplied to individual voters who have requested an Absentee ballot. If your name has been placed on this ballot in error, please contact the Registration Committee as soon as possible so your name can be removed.

All committees have a sufficient number of nominees to elect this year’s committee members. Committees may have more than the minimum number of nominees. The deadline for nominations was the March Advisory Meeting on Monday, March 4.

Who are the incumbents?

See the current committee list to find out who the incumbents running for re-election are, and also who the continuing members are. You can read a description of each committee in the brief guide to Village government: Arden: Here’s How It Works. Detailed descriptions can be found here.

Candidate statements

Click here to read the nominee statements. The final update was made Sunday evening, March 24, at 7 p.m. Thank you to all the candidates who submitted statements.