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State Senate President Therese Murray may face an already growing challenge from the man she beat out to keep her seat in November. Republican Tom Keyes is making signs that he could be mounting another battle against Democrat Murray for the Plymouth Barnstable Senate Seat. Read the rest of this entry »
Democratic Senate President Therese Murray was reelected to the Plymouth and Barnstable senate seat last night. Murray, of Plymouth has served in the state senate for 18 years. She won over Republican challenger Tom Keyes. The Plymouth and Barnstable state senate district, which includes Bourne, Falmouth, Kingston, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Sandwich, and Barnstable precincts 10, 11 and 12.
The two candidates, a democratic incumbent, and a republican challenger [singlepic id=19 w=320 h=240 mode=watermark float=left]vying for the Plymouth Barnstable Senate seat clashed on Wednesday night in a WATD Political Forum at Plymouth Town Hall.
The forum co-sponsored by the Plymouth Area League of Women Voters started at 7pm and featured Democratic Senate President Therese Murray, and Republican challenger Tom Keyes. Read the rest of this entry »
Tonight, join WATD as we host an event co-sponsored by the Plymouth Area League of Women Voters live from Plymouth Town Hall. The forum will feature the candidates vying for the Plymouth Barnstable Senate District seat held by Senate President Therese Murray.