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NEW: Brown Hits Back with Endorsement from Former Dem Mayor of Lowell

Friday, September 14, 2012

 

Republican Senator Scott Brown announced another addition to his "Democrats for Brown" coaltion on Friday, former Democratic Mayor and current Lowell City Council, Rita Mercier.

Mercier has sat on the City Council since 1996, and she was the third woman ever to hold the office of Mayor in the City of Lowell when she took on the role back in 2002. 

Mercier joins the likes of former Democratic mayors Konnie Lukes of Worcester, Ray Flynn of Boston and Charles Ryan of Springfield in crossing the aisle to support the Republican Seantor this November.

Brown has now picked up support from former Democratic mayors in the Commonwealth's four largest cities.

 

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