The Vineyard’s spring political season draws to an end Tuesday night as Aquinnah gathers for its annual town meeting.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Aquinnah town hall. Moderator Mike Hebert will guide voters through a 34-article warrant.

A quorum of 35 people is needed to convene the meeting in the Island’s smallest town. Key issues on the ballot include a $5 million budget, a home-rule petition to ban herbicide use, and money for increased educational and retirement expenses.

The annual town election is Wednesday at the town hall. Polls are open from noon to 7 p.m. The only contest on the ballot is a three-way race for selectman. Incumbent Jim Newman is seeking a sixth term on the board and faces a challenge from Elise LeBovit and Jay Theise.

There are also five questions on the ballot, including a proposal to change the Aquinnah assessors from an elected to an appointed board.