Rehoboth Election

A sign points the way to the entrance to Rehoboth Town Hall in the June 2017 special election.

REHOBOTH — Five candidates are running for two seats on the board of selectmen in Monday’s annual town election.

Incumbent Gerald Schwall, a Republican candidate, is seeking his second term on the board. Highway Superintendent and former selectman Michael Costello, who is also a Republican, is running again after resigning in 2016.

Three independent candidates are also seeking a seat — Craig Chapman, a police officer in North Attleboro; Antonio Oliveira, local business owner; and newcomer Jonathan Clark.

Incumbent selectman Susan Pimental is not running.

Profiles of Schwall, Chapman, Costello and Oliveira follow. Clark did not respond to requests for information.

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