Government and Politics
Cape Elizabeth has a Town Council-Town Manager form of government. The seven member Town Council is elected at large on a non-partisan basis for staggered three year terms. The Cape Elizabeth School Board is also a seven member body elected at large on a non-partisan basis for staggered three year terms.
Town Council Incumbents (Term Expires):
- Frank J. Governali (12/2013)
- Caitlin Jordan (12/2013)
- Anne Swift-Kayatta 12/2011
- James T. Walsh (12/2012)
- Sara W. Lennon (12/2012)
- Jessica L. Sullivan (12/2012)
- David Sherman (12/2011) *Chairman
The School Board Incumbents (Term Expires):
- Michael Moore (12/2013)
- Elizabeth Scifres (12/2014)
- John C. Christie II (12/2012) *Vice-chairman
- David C. Hillman (12/2012)
- Mary K. Williams-Hewitt (12/2012)
- Joanna L. Morrissey (12/2014)
- Mary Townsend (12/2013) *Chairwoman
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