County Sheriff Candidate: Neal Maciel
Steve Myrick

Neal Maciel is a third-generation Islander who retired from a 35-year career in law enforcement in 2010.

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County Sheriff Candidate: Robert Ogden
Steve Myrick

Bob Ogden holds the title of special sheriff in the Dukes County sheriff’s department, where he has worked his entire career.

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Register of Deeds Candidate: Paulo DeOliveira
Steve Myrick

Paulo DeOliveira, 32, is a resident of Edgartown and a native of Brazil. He moved from Brazil to Boston at age 15, and moved permanently to Martha’s Vineyard 11 years ago.

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Register of Deeds Candidate: Martina Thornton
Steve Myrick
Martina Thornton, 40, of Edgartown is a native of the Czech Republic who moved to Martha’s Vineyard in 2001. She lives in Edgartown.
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Vineyard Town Clerks Prepare for Early Voting
Alex Elvin

For the first time this year, voters on Martha’s Vineyard and across the state can choose to cast their ballots up to two weeks prior to election day. Early voting starts on Oct. 24.

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Voters Back Ogden, DeOliveira in Primary
Sara Brown

Vineyard voters backed Robert Ogden for county sheriff and Paulo C. DeOliveira as Register of Deeds in Thursday’s primary, which sets the ballot for the November election.

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Aquinnah Elects Gary Haley to Board of Selectmen
Alex Elvin

In the only contested race during Wednesday's town election, Aquinnah voters elected Gary Haley to a three-year term as selectman.

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Chilmark Elects New Library Trustee, New Selectman
Sara Brown

Chilmark voters elected Carol (Candy) Shweder to the library board of trustees in the only contested race on the ballot for Wednesday’s annual town election.

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Voters Approve Spending, Back Incumbents at Town Elections
Sara Brown

Thursday’s town elections brought low turnout and few surprises, with voters in West Tisbury, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown easily approving spending requests.

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Martha's Vineyard Supports Trump, Sanders in Presidential Primary
Sara Brown
With high turnout, Vineyard voters backed businessman Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders in Tuesday's closely watched presidential primary.
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