Norwell selectman chairman John Mariano will face a challenger for a seat on the board at tomorrow’s annual election.
David DeCoste filed papers in time to run against Mariano in the town’s election.
Kenneth Cadman is running uncontested for a two year term on the planning board that was left unfilled, and incumbent Margaret Etzel is running uncontested for a 3 year-term on the planning board.
And in the race for Board of Assessors, Maureen Clarke-Lewis is running against Kevin Costello.
There is also a ballot question for an override of $2.8 million and a ballot question asking voters to ratify amendments to the Norwell Town Charter.
The charter amendments received Town Meeting approval in 2011. Since then, they’ve been approved and signed by Governor Deval Patrick. But, before the changes can be put in place, they must be approved one more time at the annual Town Election.
The biggest change is that the number of selectmen on the board would increase from three to five.
Polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Norwell Middle School.
*CORRECTION: WATD inaccurately stated that Kenneth Cadman was looking to unseat incumbent Margaret Etzel for a seat on the planning board. Both are vying for two different seats.