Monday, July 21, 2008

State Rep. Candidate Stephen Kerrigan in Sterling Thursday

If you have even the remotest interest in the issues facing our communities and the commonwealth as a whole, you need to get down to the First Church in Sterling Thursday night at 6:30 to take part in a discussion with Steve Kerrigan, candidates for state representative.

Bring friends, loved ones, supporters, enemies, whoever. This will be an open forum, so if you or someone you know have some issue that is near and dear to your heart, come on down and ask the candidates what they think about it.

Here is the official release:
The Sterling Democratic Town Committee will host a forum with Stephen Kerrigan, Democratic candidate for state representative, on Thursday, July 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the First Church in Sterling, 6 Meetinghouse Hill Road, on the Sterling Town Common. The event is open to the public.

Kerrigan, who was formerly a selectman in Lancaster and has served on the staffs of Senator Edward Kennedy and Attorney General Tom Reilly, will discuss the issues facing the 12th Worcester district and answer questions from voters.

Kerrigan is running in the Democratic primary against Representative Harold Naughton, who is seeking reelection. The winner of the September 16 primary is expected to be unopposed in the general election.

The 12th Worcester district includes the towns of Boylston, Clinton, Northborough, and parts of Lancaster and Sterling.

For more information, visit the Sterling Democratic Committee on the Internet at

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