SHERMAN — Voters will see many familiar names when they cast their ballots on Election Day.

There are more than 10 races on this year’s ballot — all of which have at least one incumbent candidate.

This includes the first selectman’s race, where incumbent Democrat Don Lowe is running uncontested.

The other races are:

Board of Selectmen: Kevin B. Keenan (Democrat, incumbent) and Robert Ostrosky (Republican, incumbent).

Town Clerk: Carol L. Havens (Republican, incumbent).

Town Treasurer: Eric Holub (Republican, incumbent).

Tax Collector: Tabitha Fazzone (Republican, incumbent).

Board of Education: Timothy G. Laughlin (Democrat), Mary “Missy” Alexander (Democrat, incumbent), Brian Berlandi (Republican) and Kasey Diotte (Republican, incumbent).

Board of Assessment Appeals: Ann Chiaramonte (Democrat, incumbent) and Elizabeth S. Beatty (Republican).

Planning and Zoning (four-year terms beginning 2020): Jeannene Burruano and Jill Finch (Republicans, incumbents).

Planning and Zoning (four-year terms beginning 2021): Mary V. Lee (Democrat, incumbent) and Paul Voorhees (Republican, incumbent).

Planning and Zoning (alternates): Jerrold L. Siegel (Democrat, incumbent), Jenna Mahoney (Republican) and Roberta C. Linkletter (Republican, incumbent).

Zoning Board of Appeals: Kathy Fazzone (Republican, incumbent).

Constables: Joseph V. Keneally and Ernst J. Dech (Democrats, incumbents), Bill Mahoney (Republican), Mike Crawford (Republican, incumbent), Ed Hayes (Republican, incumbent) and George O. Linkletter (Republican, incumbent).

There are no write-in candidates listed on the ballot.

Registered Sherman voters can cast in-person ballots on Election Day at Charter Hall (ESF building) from 6 a.m to 8 p.m.

Click here for a sample ballot.