Lt. Governor Candidate Driscoll Campaigns in Natick

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NATICK – With three days to the Massachusetts primary election, candidates are campaigning across the Commonwealth for state-wide offices.

This morning, Lt. Governor candidate Kim Driscoll, the Mayor of the City of Salem, was at the Natick Farmers’ Market. Along with her was Josh Ostroff and his mom and dozens of other supporters, including School Committee member Shai Fuxman.

Driscoll is in Natick, Somerville, Worcester Dorchester, and Lynn today trying to become the next Lt. Governor of the Commonwealth. Leading in the polls, she is one of three Democrats on the ballot.

To learn more about Mayor Driscoll click here. SOURCE did a Q&A with her in August.

Driscoll purchased some peaches from one of the vendors and chatted with several of the vendors and shoppers. She also spent some time chatting with Natick Market Manger Deb Sayre.

Voters will select either a Democratic or Republican ballot if they are unenrolled in any political party on Tuesday, September 6. Individuals enrolled in a political party will get that party’s ballot.

The winner of the Democratic ballot will appear on the November ballot.

Polls will be open in Natick from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, September 6.

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