News Everett Votes by Independent Staff • November 4, 2020 • 0 Comments Linda Shedden helps to check in a voter at Ward 5 Precinct 2 in the Wellness Center. The long-awaited General Election finally arrived on Tuesday, Nov. 3, with the revisedCOVID-19 polling places opening to the public for in-person voting. While early in-person voting showed strong turnout and mail-in voting saw thousands cast their ballot from the safety of their homes, in-person voting was relatively quiet in Everett Tuesday morning.Poll workers expected to see a larger rush of people in the afternoon and evening – and many said there was a small line outside the door at the 7 a.m. opening. It is estimated that 16,000 residents will vote in the General Election this time around. Shown are 5-2 poll workers, including Rosemarie Fiorentino, Linda Shedden, Theresa Shalsi and Janet Egan. For full local results, check the Everett Independent website at www.everettindependent.com, or at the Twitter feed @EverettIndy.