Massachusetts Attorney General Stops in Framingham For Get Out The Vote Campaign

FRAMINGHAM – Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey was in the City of Framingham yesterday, November 4, as part of a “get out the vote” campaign.

Healey is being challenged by Republican James McMahon III of Bourne for her role as the state’s top lawyer.

Healey spoke to a few dozen supporters outside the Democratic campaign office in Framingham.

Senate President Karen Spilka, a Democrat who lives in Ashland and represents Framingham, also spoke to supporters.

Also in attendance was Mayor Yvonne Spicer and State Rep. Jack Patrick Lewis. Candidate for state representative Maria Robinson, a Democrat, also attended.

Saturday, Congresswoman Katherine Clark was in Framingham at the Democratic campaign office, as was candidate for Governor Jay Gonzalez


Photo courtesy of Healey’s election campaign.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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