Marty Lamb Announces Holliston Campaign Captain

Mark Bush will play a significant role in Lamb's upcoming campaign for State Rep.

Courtesy Marty Lamb for State Representative. 

Today, Marty Lamb, Republican candidate for State Representative, proudly announced that Mark Bush has signed on board to be the Holliston Town Captain. 

“Mark Bush has been active in Holliston for years.  I am very pleased that he has joined our growing team.  He will be instrumental in getting our message out to people in Holliston,” said Lamb.  “Mark is involved, because he knows that we have to improve our state’s economic outlook.”

Last week surrounded by a huge crowd of friends, family, and supporters, Lamb formally launched his campaign for State Representative.  As our next State Representative, Lamb wants to improve our economy, restore integrity to the State House, implement Secure Communities in the Commonwealth, and fight for fiscal responsibility.

“I am proud to be Marty’s Holliston Town Captain.  I have known Marty for years.  He is extremely hard working and a man of integrity.  People in our community can count on him to make a real difference in improving our economy.  As a small business owner, Marty knows first-hand how regulations and taxes are hurting the small business community, and how these conditions are depressing job growth in the Commonwealth. By electing Mary Lamb, we will be helping to put our state back on track and evening the playing field on Beacon Hill,” said Bush.

Bush has been engaged in commercial real estate asset and property management for 20 years having managed portfolio’s of office, retail, industrial and mixed-use assets nationwide. His experience provides a real world perspective on how Massachusetts compares to other regional markets and local economies across the country. 

Bush’s responsibilities will be to help organize leaflet drops, phone banks, sign stand outs, and collecting signatures. 

Mr. Lamb graduated from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in 1985 and received his Bachelor of Arts from Hampshire College in 1982. He has an extensive background in real estate law, formerly with Adelson, Golden & Loria, P.C., Edward A. Sokoloff & Associates, and Lamb & Shaffer, P.C., Lamb & Shaffer, P.C., Lamb and Browne, P.C., and is currently with Lamb and Associates, P.C.. He is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts. An active participant in community affairs, Mr. Lamb sits on the Board of Directors of New England Region of United Synagogue and is a past president of Temple Beth Torah in Holliston. He has also served on the Holliston Elementary School Council and the Campaign for Holliston Schools. He resides in Holliston with Peri, his wife of 22 years, and their two daughters, Elissa and Simma.

JKelley April 05, 2012 at 11:51 PM
It's great to have such a hard worker in Marty Lamb running for state representative. He has shown how smart and well he manages keeping a small business going in such a lousy economy where so many people are struggling.
MReed April 06, 2012 at 03:36 AM
Clearly, Dykema is running a negative campaign. Marty has never engaged in personal attacks. All we see from Dykema's people is negative personal attacks and phony attacks.
Mindy Katz April 06, 2012 at 12:46 PM
@ Concerned C. Marty Lamb has had a business in Holliston since the mid 90's. Not sure what you're trying to get at, except trying to find something negative where there is no negative to find. A name change in a law firm happens all the time and is never a big deal.
Greg Lamb May 13, 2012 at 02:31 AM
I am very concerned about how Marty Lamb is going to cut waste when conservatives are well known for carving out services for the needy and handing the money they "save" to their friends in business deals. Is this what he means by bringing business to the state? I'm not sure he knows another way. Certainly not through bankruptcy, Right?
Greg Lamb May 13, 2012 at 02:38 AM
Is Marty going to use a pitchfork again? Of course this means we'll have to hear all those stories about how he gave money to Ed Markey and Frost and Lieberman again!


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