From the Chelmsford Independent’s web site this morning:
CONCORD SELECTMAN GREG HOWES ENDORSES ERIC DAHLBERG FOR STATE SENATE
Chelmsford – Monday, June 14, 2010 – Concord Selectman Greg Howes has endorsed Chelmsford Selectman Eric Dahlberg in the race for State Senate in the Third Middlesex District.
“Eric Dahlberg is the person I want representing Concord in the State Senate,” said Howes, who has served on the Concord Board of Selectmen since 2006. “He’ll bring some badly-needed common sense and a focus on the efficient delivery of top-notch public services to the State House.”
“I’m thrilled to have Greg on my team,” said Dahlberg. “We’re in sync on a number of important issues, including the need for the state to take the handcuffs off cities and towns so local officials can make cost-saving decisions that benefit the taxpayers.”
Howes is the latest to join a growing list of current and former elected officials who have endorsed Dahlberg in the race. Waltham City Councilor Diane LeBlanc just recently threw her support behind Dahlberg. The Dahlberg campaign’s steering committee is co-chaired by former Governor Paul Cellucci and former State Senator Cile Hicks.
About Eric Dahlberg
Eric Dahlberg is a Republican candidate for State Senate in the Third Middlesex district. His priorities are lower taxes, streamlined government, an improved business climate, and representation that is independent, responsive and accountable. Eric is currently the Vice Chairman of the Board of Selectmen in the town of Chelmsford. His professional background is in health care policy – he is presently a consultant in that field. He earned a bachelor’s degree in American history at Dartmouth College and a master’s degree in public policy at Georgetown University. Eric resides in Chelmsford with his wife Suzanne, a cancer researcher, and their dog, Teddy. Additional information about Eric is available at www.DahlbergforSenate.com.
About the Third Middlesex district
The Third Middlesex district is comprised of the nine communities of Bedford, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Lexington (precincts 3, 8, and 9 only), Lincoln, Sudbury (precincts 1 and 4 only), Waltham, and Weston.
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