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NEW: Donahue Wins Worcester 16th District State Rep Dem. Primary

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

 

Donahue works the vote on Monday with members of the Massachusetts Nurses Association. Photo: Dan Donahue campaign.

Dan Donahue has declared victory in tonight's Democratic primary for Worcester's 16th District State Representative special election.

The special election is being held to fill the seat of John Fresolo, who resigned earlier this year in the wake of a House Ethics Committee investigation. The final election will held be September 10th.

Donahue, a 26-year-old lifelong resident of Quinsigamond Village already has solid party affiliation, having worked as a campaign field staffer for the 2010 Governor's election, and as Political Director for Lt. Governor Tim Murray overseeing Murray's campaign committee.

In 2012 Donahue was appointed Director of Policy and Assistant Chief of Staff to Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty.

Five Democratic candidates--Khrystian King, Daniele Nanni, Jim O'Brien, Josh Perro, vied for the right to challenge the single Republican candidate, Carol E. Claros, in the final election.

 

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