Metrowest Coordinated Campaign Underway

Senator Markey, Mayor Spicer, Congresswoman Clark and Treasurer Goldberg Help Kickoff the Canvassing

The Metrowest Coordinated Campaign kicked off on the weekend of September 8th and 9th with four separate launches highlighted with the attendance of several ranking elected officials.

From L-R, State Rep. Carmine Gentine, State Rep. Carolyn Dykema, state rep candidate Maria Robinson, Mayor Yvonne Spicer, US Senator Ed Markey, State Rep. Jack Patrick Lewis.
(Credit – Norma Shulman)


Treasurer Deborah Goldberg address the volunteers.
(Credit – Norma Shulman)

Congresswoman Katherine Clark (center with blue jacket) and Mayor Yvonne Spicer (left in purple jacket) were on hand for the Sunday canvass launch.
(Credit – Norma Shulman)


These canvass launches were staged out of B Sisters Cafe in Framingham.

Saturday September 9th began with Senator Ed Markey attending and joined by State Representatives Carmine Gentile, Carolyn Dykema, and Jack Patrick Lewis as well as Framingham’s future state representative Maria Robinson who will assume office in January. Also joining this powerful lineup was Framingham’s Mayor Yvonne Spicer.

On Saturday afternoon Wade Blackman from Congresswoman Katherine Clark’s district office was in attendance.

Then on Sunday September 10th Congresswoman Clark herself was present to kickoff the morning launch with Mayor Spicer in attendance as well.  The afternoon launch featured State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg.

With hardly seven weeks to the November elections it will be a sprint to the finish.

All who are interested in joining on-going efforts for the coordinated campaign should contact the Framingham Democratic Committee Chair Beverly Hugo :