FRAMINGHAM – Massachusetts Attorney General candidate Shannon Liss-Riordan made multiple stops in MetroWest Labor Day weekend, as she tries to get voters to choose her on Tuesday, September 6.
Liss-Riordan is in a tight battle with Andrea Campbell in the Democratic primary election, according to polls, after Weston resident Quentin Palfrey paused his campaign.
Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to choose one of the two Democrats to move on to the November ballot.
On Friday, Liss-Riordan stopped by Exhibit ‘A’Brewing Company’s beer garden in Framingham to talk to voters.
On Saturday, she met chatted with voters at the Marlborough Greek Festival at the Saints Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church on Central Street.
On Sunday, she was back in Framingham at the Saxonville Mills Cafe meeting with registered voters to talk issues.
Photos courtesy of the Liss-Riordan campaign