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Sullivan greets Westborough voters

Candidate for U.S. Senate Mike Sullivan greets a voter outside the Westborough High School.

Westborough – Candidate for U.S. Senate Mike Sullivan greeted voters attending the Annual Town Meeting at the Westborough High School March 16. Campaign Chair Karyn Polito, a former State Representative, was on hand to introduce Sullivan to the town's town officials and voters. Sullivan, an Abington resident, is running for the seat recently vacated by Sen. John Kerry, who is now the U.S. Secretary of State.

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1 Comment for “Sullivan greets Westborough voters”

  1. I was happy to meet Mike and ask him questions and he talked to me at length. He’s very knowledgeable and experienced. He covered his background as US Attorney for Massachusetts, DA for Plymouth county, also he was State Rep for 6 years, and he was director of ATF at the national level. He’s also had practical business experience in the private sector for 16 years working at Gillette Co. starting as a stock clerk and working his way up to assistant to the President. Mike Sullivan is a terrific man for the job of US Senator !

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