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Proud voters, diligent poll workers

John Marona, 69, of Saranac Inn poses Tuesday outside his local polling place, the Santa Clara Town Hall, wearing his “Voting Jacket,” a military fatigue jacket he has worn to vote every time since his first time as an 18-year-old Vietnam War military draftee — right after the U.S. lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. The jacket is a little threadbare and tighter than it used to be, but it still fits. (Provided photo — Katherine Healy)
Amy McKay, a nurse at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake, is the first person in line to vote at the Franklin Town Hall in Vermontville Tuesday morning. (Photo provided by Amy McKay)
Poll worker Colleen Miner wipes down and sanitizes voting stations Tuesday afternoon at the Harrietstown Town Hall in Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Election inspector Olivia Dwyer of Upper Jay wipes and disinfects a pen used by a voter to sign in at the North Elba Town Hall in Lake Placid on Election Day. (Enterprise photo — Elizabeth Izzo)
Poll worker Ed Mazdzer, right front, checks a voter in Tuesday afternoon at the Harrietstown Town Hall in Saranac Lake. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)

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