Republican statewide candidates fan out across Massachusetts ahead of Election Day Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman: "Off-the-charts enthusiasm" Nov. 6, 2022 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Evan Lips, communications director 617-523-5005 ext. 245 WOBURN -- Republican candidates running for statewide offices were out in force across the commonwealth on a sun-splashed fall weekend ahead of Tuesday's election, campaigning amid what Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Jim Lyons observed as "off-the-charts enthusiasm." "Our Republican candidates have worked hard all season long to get out the vote, and this weekend's showing ahead of Tuesday's election has been nothing short of inspiring," Lyons said late Saturday night. Gubernatorial candidate Geoff Diehl met with Jamaica Plain residents Friday night, while candidate for lieutenant governor Leah Allen spent part of Saturday holding a standout with other Republican candidates in Westford: "Geoff and Leah are running for what we're all about: Massachusetts working families, the families just trying to put food on the table and pay their bills, the families that the Democrats running Beacon Hill and making backroom deals take for granted," Lyons said. "That's why they're running, these forgotten families are who Geoff and Leah speak for -- they're genuine, and they're not going to kowtow to the Beacon Hill Democratic Party Machine." Elsewhere in Massachusetts, candidate for attorney general Jay McMahon took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to visit the Fall River Police Department to check in on an officer who was the victim of a hit-and-run on Friday night. Here's Jay's update: "Luckily, he (the officer) is OK and back home with his family. Earlier, we visited the Police Department to thank officers for their service. While my opponent was holding a rally, I was thanking police and making sure they were OK. Please consider voting for me this Tuesday, I'll always support our men and women in uniform." Meanwhile, candidate for secretary of the commonwealth Rayla Campbell was in Jefferson -- a neighborhood in Holden, just outside Worcester -- for a meet-and-greet fundraiser. Here's what Rayla had to say: "I will always find a way regardless of any obstacles. Last night I went to Jefferson for a meet-and-greet and fundraiser, thank you all for the great evening and donations! My message is resonating with the people even if the media disapproves. I don't follow polls because polls lie but a suppression poll or two certainly isn't going to stop me from fighting for the voters of Massachusetts." Candidate for state auditor Anthony Amore took to the airwaves to promote his message on Boston's "media voice of the church," WBPG-LP 102.9 FM, and had a great conversation with host Ron Bell and Pastor Bruce Wall. About the auditor job: "The auditor checks every agency. Think about all those agencies. The auditor checks on their performance, so if you believe they aren't performing well, it's the auditor's job to make sure that they are, and to look into these issues. "I pledge to have a very active whistleblower system." Lyons said he's proud of the roster of candidates that Republicans are offering this fall. "Up and down the ballot, our candidates are battling for you, fighting to change the culture of the status-quo on Beacon Hill, and we've got a one-in-a-generation shot to do something great for the citizens of Massachusetts," Lyons said. "A vote for a Republican in Massachusetts on Tuesday is a vote to Make Massachusetts Great Again!" Paid for by the Massachusetts Republican Party Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee Massachusetts Republican Party | 400 West Cummings Park, #5650, Woburn, MA 01801 Unsubscribe [email protected]
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