POLITICAL CORNER: 23 Miles, 14 Stops, 19 Candidates in 6.5 Hours For Cyclist on Election Day

Editor’s Note: The Framingham Source political corner publishes on Saturdays. Campaigns and candidates can submit photos and press releases. The next column will publish on Saturday, October 7. Deadline to submit is Friday, October 6 at noon. Source reserves the right to not publish a photo or edit a release. Click here for the Framingham Source election policy. Framingham Source will accept political ads. The acceptance and publishing of any advertising for a candidate does not reflect the position of Framingham Source, which will remain neutral on any candidate or ballot question.

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The public event is Sunday, October 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Framingham Friends Meetinghouse at 841 Edmands Road.
“I’m researching the new city charter and its potential effects on Framingham. I’m also working to increase civic participation and education within our soon-to-be city. Through an initiative called The City We Want, I’ve partnered with several local businesses and organizations to host public forums, places where anyone and everyone in Framingham can come in, ask questions, raise issues, and learn about Framingham together. It’s important to me and my project that every voice in Framingham is heard,” said Ohad Klopman.
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Cyclist Makes 14 Stops and Photographs 19 candidates

FRAMINGHAM – Michael Croci bicycled 23 miles over 6.5 hours, making 14 stops on election day.

A member of the League of Women Voters Framingham chapter visited the community’s polling places for the 18 Precincts photographing 19 of the candidates on the ballot.

“With the biggest election Framingham has ever seen I decided to go on an epic bike journey to all 10 polling locations.  I had so much fun that I stopped at 4 of them twice,” eh said.

He shared his photos with Framingham Source, which are posted below.

 

Tully Stoll Fundraiser at Art House Grill in Saxonville

There is a political fundraiser for At-Large City Council candidate Cheryl Tully Stoll at the Art House Grill in Saxonville on Wednesday, October 4.

See the Flyer below for more details.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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