May 10, 2016 Candidates Make Final Push Before Today's Election May 10, 2016/ The Red Parrot/ The Hull Times Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce's Candidates night, located at The Red Parrot.Kelvin Jones photos for The Hull Times. President Patricia Abbate addressed the crowd at the Hull-Nantasket Chamber of Commerce's candidates event last night at The Red Parrot. Mark Abatuno, a member of the Chamber Board of Directors, and Robin Flint, the organization's administrator, at the check-in table. State Senate candidate Patrick O'Connor (in suit) with a contingent of Hull signholders. At left is Bob DeCoste, O'Connor's Hull coordinator. L to R: Interim Town Clerk Lori West, Senate candidate Joan Meschino, Selectman John Reilly, who are all running in today's election. Anne Margaret Gould MacEachern, who is seeking reelection to the Hull Housing Authority. Hull Housing Authority candidate Jim Richman and his wife, Gail. Town Clerk candidate Pamela Sinton-Coffman addressed the crowd. School Committeeman Dave Twombly is running for a third term on the board. Jennifer Fleming [L], who is making her first bid for the school committee, and Jen Olivieri, one of the organizers for Move Hull Forward, which supports the debt-exclusion ballot question. At center, Kimberly McNeil-Downs, candidate for school committee. School committee candidate Susan Habchy listens to a question. Selectman candidate Steve Forcum is one of the founders of ACT, the Association of Concerned Townspeople. Planning board Chairman Jennifer Constable is looking to move to the board of selectmen. John Brannan [R], candidate for reelection to the board of selecmen, and his wife, Lita, speak with a voter. Daniel Ciccariello is unopposed in his reelection campaign for Hull Municipal Light Board. John 'Doc' Silva said he emerged from retirement to run for town moderator.