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Election Day: Who's On The Ballot?

Here's a list of the candidates you will see on the ballot. Check the attached PDFs to see sample ballots.

 

Here is a list of the candidates on the Reading and North Reading ballots for the Nov. 6 election.

Candidates are listed in the order that they will appear in the ballot. *Please see the ballots for Regional Vocational School Committee candidates.

Reading:  

Reading residents should vote at Reading Memorial High School.

President and vice president:

Candidates Party Johnson, Gray Libertarian Obama, Biden Democratic Romney, Ryan Republican Stein, Honkala Green-Rainbow

Senator in Congress:

Candidates Party Scott P. Brown Republican Elizabeth A. Warren Democratic

Representative in Congress:

Candidate Party John F. Tierney Democratic Richard R. Tisei Republican Daniel Fishman Libertarian

Councillor:

Candidate Party Terrence W. Kennedy Democratic

Senator in General Court:

Candidate Party Katherine M. Clark Democratic

Representative in General Court:

Candidate Party Bradley H. Jones, Jr. Republican

Clerk of Courts:

Candidate Party Michael A. Sullivan Democratic

Register of Deeds:

Candidate Party Maria C. Curtatone Democratic

Sheriff:

Candidate Party Peter J. Koutoujian Democratic Ernesto M. Petrone Unenrolled

North Reading

North Reading residents should vote at St. Theresa's Parish.

President and vice president:

Candidates Party Johnson, Gray Libertarian Obama, Biden Democratic Romney, Ryan Republican Stein, Honkala Green-Rainbow

Senator in Congress:

Candidates Party Scott P. Brown Republican Elizabeth A. Warren Democratic

Representative in Congress:

Candidate Party John F. Tierney Democratic Richard R. Tisei Republican Daniel Fishman Libertarian

Councillor:

Candidate Party Maura L.P. Ciardiello Republican Eileen R. Duff Democratic

Senator in General Court:

Candidate Party Bruce E. Tarr Republican

Representative in General Court:

Candidate Party Bradley H. Jones, Jr. Republican

Clerk of Courts:

Candidate Party Michael A. Sullivan Democratic

Register of Deeds:

Candidate Party Maria C. Curtatone Democratic

Sheriff:

Candidate Party Peter J. Koutoujian Democratic Ernesto M. Petrone Unenrolled
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