The 2018 Midterm Election is today, Tuesday November 6. Stop by St. Theresa’s church between 7 am and 8 pm to cast your vote. To learn more about the candidates and ballot questions, check out our Voter Guide here.
The North Reading Town Election is today, Tuesday May 8. Stop by St. Theresa’s church between 7 am and 8 pm to cast your vote. To learn more about the candidates and to get the names for the write-in candidates (which you will need to remember and write on your ballot if you wish to vote for them), check out our Voter Guide here.
The Voter Guide for the 2018 Town Election is now available. The 2018 Town Election will be held on Tuesday, May 8 at St. Theresa’s church between 7 am and 8 pm. Early voting is not available for the town election, so if you are unable to get to the polls between 7 am and 8 pm on May 8, please request an absentee ballot. Be sure you are registered to vote by April 18 to participate in this election. Continue reading
Want to get run for elected office in Massachusetts or U.S. government? Nomination papers are available as of February 13, 2018. There are offices available at the federal, state, county, and district levels.
Want to get involved with local government but not sure how? There are both appointed and elected positions. Today’s post covers running for elected office in 2018 at the local level in North Reading. Our Town Election will be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.
For each of the official requirements, a link is provided to the relevant governmental website. This year there are 8 elected positions open, so there are many opportunities available to participate in our Town Government. Continue reading
Please join other residents of North Reading tonight at the High School (Performing Arts Center) at 7 pm to vote on several issues of importance to our town! The full warrant information is available here. Paper warrants are also available at the meeting.
Curious about what goes on at a Town Meeting? Find out how our Town Meetings work and then look through the warrant for the specific articles we will consider tonight. Included on the warrant are articles related to maintaining our budget, preparing our town for further development and growth, appropriating funds for the restroom project at Arthur J. Kenney field (the football field for the High School), operation of drones within the Town, and removal of snow and ice from non-residential sidewalks.
If you were registered to vote as of May 16, you may vote in this Town Meeting.
See you there!
Congratulations to our newest members of Town Government, Andrew Schultz (Selectman) and Scott Buckley (School Committee)! Our Town also voted to prohibit recreational marijuana establishments within its borders.
Thanks to our four contested candidates for all they’ve done to let the North Reading community know their positions on the issues facing our Town and School District. Continue reading
Need more info on our Candidates? Check out these videos, articles, and more!
Candidate Debate Night at Town Hall on April 20th, 2017
Campaign video for Andrew Schultz
Articles in the North Reading Transcript
Articles featuring candidates for Selectmen:
- Andrew Schultz – http://wp.localheadlinenews.com/?p=34930
- Jeffrey Yull – http://wp.localheadlinenews.com/?p=35154
Articles about the School Committee (mentioning current candidates)
Or search the Transcript for other articles by clicking here.
Candidate Facebook Pages
Board of Selectmen Candidates:
- Andrew Schultz: https://www.facebook.com/andrewschultzfornorthreading/
- Jeffrey Yull: https://www.facebook.com/Committeeforjeffyull/
School Committee Candidates:
- Scott Buckley: http://www.facebook.com/ScottBuckley4SchoolCommittee/
- Laina Simone: https://www.facebook.com/Laina-Simone-for-School-Committee…/