Voters go to the polls today in Edgartown, Oak Bluffs and West Tisbury to decide on new select board members and cast ballots on the question of whether to create a Martha’s Vineyard Housing Bank. In Oak Bluffs, one of three candidates for select board has dropped out.
Three candidates are seeking a one-year seat on the West Tisbury select board, left vacant by the recent death of Kent Healy. The Gazette emailed questions to the candidates. Their responses follow.


West Tisbury voters approved a $300,000 general override 62-32 in a quiet special town election Thursday. Total turnout was 94 voters, 3.5 per cent of those registered.


Kent Healy was reelected selectman in West Tisbury on Thursday, easily defeating first-time challenger Michael Bellissimo.
Voters turned out steadily for the town election Thursday, casting ballots in a tightly-contested race for selectman.
West Tisbury voters go to the polls today to decide a contest for selectman. Polls are open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the town public safety building.