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Clark Sworn in as Congresswoman

Surrounded by family, friends and supporters, Katherine Clark was sworn in today as the newest member of the Massachusetts Congressional Delegation. In her remarks from the floor of the house, Clark echoed her commitment to stand with the middle class families of the district. “The Massachusetts Fifth, from Revere to Cambridge, Waltham to Framingham, is […]

Clark Wins Special Congressional Election

– Allison Goldsberry Democrat Katherine Clark, a state senator from Melrose, is the new Congressional representative for the 5th District. Clark replaces long-time Democratic Congressman Ed Markey, who recently won a special election for the US Senate. Clark defeated Republican Frank Addivinola, Independent James Aulenti, and Justice Peace Security party member James Hall. In Medford, […]

Katherine Clark Campaigns in Medford

Katherine Clark, candidate for Congress, campaigned in Medford on Saturday morning. She was joined at the Danish Pastry House by Senator Edward Markey, Mayor Michael McGlynn, and State Senator Patricia Jehlen. Clark is the Democratic nominee for Markey’s former Congressional seat. She is challenged by Republican Frank Addivinola and two other candidates. The special election […]

Special Congressional Election Tuesday, December 10

On Tuesday, December 10 voters in the Fifth Congressional District will head to the polls to select a new Representative in Congress. The seat became open after long-time Democratic Congressman Ed Markey was elected to the US Senate. The following candidates are running: Frank Addivinola, Republican Katherine Clark, State Senator, Democrat James Aulenti, Independent James […]

Clark Meets with Medford Voters

On Saturday volunteers for State Senator Katherine Clark, Democratic Nominee for Congress in the special election to be held on Dec. 10, gathered signatures in Medford for the Raise Up Massachusetts ballot measure to increase the minimum wage. According to information released by her campaign, Clark “thanked campaign volunteers for supporting the effort to put […]

Municipal Election Unofficial Results

In 2011, no School Committee member received more votes than a city councilor. Paul Camuso was the top “vote getter” in the city, with 5,008 votes. This year, nearly all members of the School Committee, who ran uncontested, earned more votes than the City Council candidates. Thirteen candidates were running for seven seats on the […]

Adam Knight New City Councilor

– Allison Goldsberry On Tuesday Medford voters went to the polls to vote for candidates for Mayor, School Committee and City Council. Newcomer Adam Knight won a seat on the Medford City Council that became open following the retirement of long-time City Councilor Robert Maiocco. Incumbent city councilors Michael Marks, Breanna Lungo-Koehn, Paul Camuso, Fred […]

Medford Votes

The polls will remain open on Tuesday until 8pm. Medford voters are selecting candidates for Mayor, School Committee, and City Council. Below, City Council candidate Neil Osborne (center) casts his ballot and supporters hold signs on Salem Street. –

Vote Tuesday, November 5

It’s once again time for Medford voters to choose their local leaders. On Tuesday, November 5 voters will select the Mayor, School Committee members, and City Council members. Find out more about who is running and how to vote below. Links have been provided to candidate websites where applicable. Where to Vote A listing of […]

FitzPatrick: Why I’m Running for City Council

Right now is an exciting time for Medford. It is a time of tremendous opportunities and challenges. We have a unique chance to set our city on a course that will define the next decade and beyond – but this will not happen on its own. I believe that our city needs an active, engaged, […]