Massachusetts Race for Governor -- Lieutenant Governor

As the gubernatorial candidates face-off in their own heated battles, the lieutenant governor's race seems just as busy with five candidates vying for the position. Latest News

Tim Murray (D)
Serving his third term as Mayor of Worcester, Tim Murray has fueled economic growth, expanded commuter rail service and launched aggressive initiatives that have elevated job creation and business development. He intends to implement this agenda in his run for lieutenant governor as well. Official Site

 


 Reed Hillman (R)
Born in Newton, Reed Hillman used his experience working in the state police to catapult himself into Massachusetts politics. Hillman has been active in political and municipal activities for many years. He has served on the Sturbridge finance committee and has been a delegate to the Massachusetts Republican Convention as well as a member of Republican town committees and clubs. Official Site




 John J. Sullivan (I)
A lifelong Democrat, John J. Sullivan was excited by the invitation from Christy Mihos to run with him on the Independent ticket for governor. Throughout his business and legal career, Sullivan has maintained continuous service by acting as Town Moderator of Winchester and Trustee of the John and Mary Educational Fund.  Official Site





 Martina Robinson (G-R)
A 30-year-old disability and equal marriage rights activist, Martina Robinson has teamed with Grace Ross to create a difference for society, disabled people and democracy in Massachusetts. She currently lives in a rent-controlled apartment in Belchertown and makes a living through freelance writing, teaching dance to people with disabilities and giving speeches on disability rights and reproductive justice. Official Site


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