Published November 5, 2020

AN UNUSUAL SIGHT in a North Reading election is to see voters lined up outside the polls on Election Day. Three times as many voters were in the hallway, foyer and polls inside St. Theresa’s parish hall as were seen here around 11 a.m. Extra volunteers inside ensured social distancing protocols were maintained. (Maureen Doherty Photo)
VOTING with mom. Olivia Antonuccio, 11, lends a helping hand by holding her little sister Nora, 2, while their mom, Kerri, votes in Precinct 3 on Election Day Tuesday. (Maureen Doherty Photo)
PHILIP McGOVERN waved to voters entering the parking lot of St. Theresa’s parish hall on Election Day while showing his support for the Trump-Pence ticket as well as law enforcement officers. (Maureen Doherty Photo)
FAMILY TIME. The Conner family, from left: Russ, Donna, Jacqueline and Ryan, wait in line outside the polls Tuesday morning. They voted together on Election Day and contributed to the nearly 83% turnout of the town’s 11,909 registered voters in the 2020 presidential and state election. (Maureen Doherty Photo)