Photos by Elizabeth F. McNamara and Joe Morel
School Committee member-elect Anne Musella speaks at the EG Democrats election night celebration Tuesday. Photo by Joe Morel
Town Council and School Committee winners – all Democrats – bracketed by EG Dem Chair Christa Thompson (far left) and co-Vice Chair Heather Bristol (far right) Tuesday night. Photo by Joe Morel
Dan and Camille Speca congratulate Renu Englehart, left, one of the five Democrats to win seats the Town Council. Photo by Joe Morel
Town Councilor-elect Mike Zarrella with his family. Photo by Joe Morel
Mark Schwager and Mike Donegan fist bump after learning they had both won Town Council seats. Photo by Joe Morel
The EG Democratic headquarters at the Varnum Armory before the polls closed Tuesday evening. Photo by Joe Morel
Town Council candidate Renu Englehart with her campaign dog and Chris Musella, husband of School Committee candidate Anne Musella, Tuesday outside of Hanaford. Photo by Joe Morel
Town Council candidate Bill Higgins outside Swift Community Center Tuesday. Photo by Joe Morel
Town Councilor Mark Schwager and Rep. Anthony Giarrusso on Election Day. Photo by Joe Morel
Wayne Lindo at Cole showing off all the Election Day pins he’s earned for working the polls since 2006, the year he became a U.S. citizen and could vote.
Young Zarrella supporters on Middle Road Tuesday.
Candidate Bill Higgins, left, on his way into vote at Swift Tuesday stops to chat. Photo by Joe Morel
Chloe Moss, a senior at EGHS, at Frenchtown, just after casting her first ballot ever.
Senators Whitehouse and Reed and Rep. Langevin joined Democratic candidates Anne Musella, Renu Englehart and Bridget Valverde (as well as EG Dem. Chair Christa Thompson, second from left) Tuesday morning outside of Hanaford.
From left, School Committeewoman Mary Ellen Winters, Council President Sue Cienki, and a supporter, outside of Cole Tuesday.
Election Night jubilation at the Varnum Armory.
Pat Lenihan and Tom Plunkett checking election results Tuesday night at the EG Democratic headquarters.
Paul Meola on the piano at the EG Rotary Club Election Day Breakfast at St. Luke’s Tuesday.
Members of the EGHS Rotary Interact Club served breakfast at the EG Rotary Election Day Breakfast Tuesday.
Some of EG’s first responders, who were honored at the EG Rotary Election Day breakfast.
State Treasurer Seth Magaziner, right, stopped by East Greenwich for breakfast with candidates (from left) Bill Higgins, Mike Zarrella, and Mark Schwager and Mark’s wife, Patricia Flanagan.
Teen campaigners outside Swift Community Center Tuesday.
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