Voting looks a little different this year, as Massachusetts voters and poll workers don masks and face shields to ensure ballots in the state's primary election are cast safely.
Some of the most recognizable symbols of election day, like 'I Voted' stickers and red, white and blue striped voting booths, are present across the commonwealth Tuesday morning — alongside hand sanitizer and signs encouraging voters to keep physical distance from others.
WBUR photographers Robin Lubbock and Jesse Costa are capturing the unusual primaries:
This article was originally published on September 01, 2020.
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