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Republican candidate Cathy Clark and Democratic candidate Dan Sena - who will face-off on March 31 for the 37th Middlesex District seat, release statements following their primary wins.
In a statement announced Thursday, March 5, the committee to elect Catherine Clark reports that she has won the primary election as the Mass GOP nominee for the 37th Middlesex District. This district includes Lunenburg, Shirley, Acton (prec 3-5) Boxborough, Ayer (prec 1) and Harvard.
“I am excited to represent the 37th district as the GOP nominee and look forward to being the next state representative “. The general election to take place Tuesday, March 31, 2020. I look forward to focusing on issues facing the district including much needed utility reform, infrastructure issues, and stopping further tax burden which affects both residents and small businesses as well as funding for our schools and first responders,” Clark said in the press release.
"I want to thank the voters of the 37th Middlesex district for your support! The AB community specifically has given so much to me and my family during the 20 years that I have lived in Acton. This victory is yet another blessing from the AB community. According to unofficial results by town clerks, Team Sena won Acton by 81% and Boxborough by 73%, so I want to thank everyone who helped. I am deeply honored to be your Democratic candidate for this seat. I am truly looking forward to serving constituents in all six towns in the district," Sena said in an e-mail to the Beacon.
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