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My husband Troy and I are writing in support of Amy Ritterbusch for School Committee. We have both had many interactions with Amy and what always comes through is Amy’s dedication to the schools.
Our fine school system has stalled. Wasted time, Wasted money, with little forward progress. It is with this background, that I recently had a long discussion with Ellen Scordino.
Initial election results show 18 people were elected Tuesday to Milford Town Meeting through write-in campaigns. Most are casino opponents.
The former Navy SEAL and the longtime Congressman will face off June 25 to fill John Kerry's former U.S. Senate seat.
Voter's headed to the polls late in the day to bring in more than 17 and 13 percent in Holliston and Hopkinton respectively.
Voting in each town was expectedly sluggish during the morning.
Holliston and Hopkinton residents will be voting to see who will run to fill Secretary of State John Kerry's vacated Senate seat.
As we strive to have the best educational opportunities and facilities for our children, we believe Ellen brings to the table a fresh positive voice.
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I’m writing to express my strong support for Amy Ritterbusch, who is running for School Committee in the upcoming Hopkinton town election.
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