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
Cast an absentee ballot next week
Our town elections are next Tuesday, May 2! If you can’t get to the polls (St. Theresa’s Church, 63 Winter St) between 7 am – 8pm, you can vote absentee instead. Here’s how in 4 easy steps: Continue reading
Debate Video & More!
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…/
- Candidate online Q&A sessions from Sunday April 23 – Thursday April 27
- Voter Guide
Online Candidate Q&As start this weekend
Thanks to our Town Election Candidates for participating in a televised debate last night at Town Hall! The candidates will be online over the next few days to answer further questions from voters. To participate or observe, join the North Reading Community Connection facebook group by clicking here.
The time slots for each candidate are posted below. At the start of the time slot, the candidate will post an introductory post in the NRCC facebook group. We encourage residents to submit their questions as comments on that post, making it easier for the candidate to find and answer the questions. Look for a “reply” comment underneath your question, where the candidate will respond to your specific question.
Candidate Q&A Schedule:
Sun. Apr 23, 3-4 pm – Scott T. Buckley – SC
Sun. Apr 23, 8-9 pm – Andrew J. Schultz – BOS
Tues. Apr 25, 7-9 pm – Laina A. Simone – SC
Wed. Apr 26, 10-11 am – Jeffrey R. Yull – BOS
Wed. Apr 26, 7-8 pm – Scott T. Buckley – SC
Thurs. Apr 27, 7-8 pm – Andrew J. Schultz – BOS
Thurs. Apr 27, 8-9 pm -Jeffrey R. Yull – BOS
For more information about the candidates, check out our Voter Guide.
Town Election: May 2, 2017
North Reading Votes is excited to debut our Voter Guide for the 2017 Town Election. The 2017 Town Election will be held on Tuesday, May 2 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 2, please request an absentee ballot. Be sure you are registered to vote by April 12 to participate in this election. Continue reading
Special Town Meeting on March 13
Next week, North Reading will have a Special Town Meeting to vote on current issues of interest to our town. The issues include allowing recreational marijuana establishments within the town, funding an upgrade to the facilities at the High School field (Arthur J. Kenney field), and amending zoning laws to allow condominiums on the Berry property along Route 62. Continue reading
Running for local office in North Reading
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 at the local level in North Reading. For each of the official requirements, a link is provided to the relevant governmental website. Continue reading
Nov. 8 Ballot Links
Browse this post for a list of all candidates and questions on the ballot in North Reading, as well as links to more information about each, and then cast your vote. Continue reading
Regional School Committee on the Nov. 8 Ballot
On the Nov. 8 sample ballot for North Reading, there are several positions under the title “Regional School Committee” Continue reading
October 2016 Town Meeting
Town Meetings are the legislative branch of our North Reading town government. In other words, they are Congress at the town level, and you, North Reading resident, are your own representative – how good is your congressional attendance record? With an attendance of 115 at June’s Town Meeting, most of our town is not being represented in our “local Congress”. The good news is that you can change that situation for yourself by attending the Town Meeting. It only happens twice a year and your next opportunity ensure your interests are represented is coming up tomorrow: Continue reading