Marty Lamb Takes Campaign to the Street
Lamb has visited 3,000 doors so far in his campaign.
Courtesy Elect Marty Lamb
Today Marty Lamb, Republican candidate for State Representative in the Eighth Middlesex District, has been taking his campaign directly to residents of Holliston, Hopkinton, Southborough, and Westborough. He has already worn out a pair of shoes visiting 3,000 doors.
"I think it is important to meet with voters and discuss the issues with them directly," said Lamb. "Serving the people will be a top priority for me. I will be an accessible State Representative. That's why visiting them at their doors is so important."
Over the next five months Lamb is going to visit with voters across the district to discuss his ideas for growing jobs, reviving our local economy, lowering our tax burden and restoring integrity to the State House. Lamb believes that visiting voters at their doors is the best method for opening a dialogue on the serious issues confronting our district.
"It is important that the people of this district know that they have direct access to their State Representative. That's why I am going to their doors. I plan on wearing out more shoes over the next 5 months," said Lamb. "As the next State Representative, I will have an open door policy for meeting with constituents. There will be no waiting weeks for an appointment or irregular office hours."
On a different campaign matter, incumbent Carolyn Dykema is still refusing to sign the Clean Campaign Pledge and abide by the same agreement that Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren have made on limiting outside influence on the race.