Dahlberg opens campaign headquaters for state Senate race in Waltham

We’re pleased to announce the opening of our headquarters in downtown Waltham – join us for a ‘grand opening celebration’ next Tuesday.  Here’s the news of the opening from the Chelmsford Independent:

Dahlberg opens campaign headquaters for state Senate race in Waltham

State Senate candidate’s team sets up shop at 282 Moody Street, announces ‘Grand Opening Celebration’ to be held on June 29th

Waltham – The campaign of Eric Dahlberg, Republican candidate for State Senate in the Third Middlesex District, today announced the grand opening of its headquarters at 282 Moody Street in downtown Waltham. Dahlberg’s team will occupy the building’s ground-level space for the duration of the campaign season.

“I’m thrilled that my campaign has set up its base of operations in downtown Waltham,” said Dahlberg. “It’s a phenomenal location with great visibility and easy access to the rest of the district.”

Laurie Myers, Dahlberg’s campaign manager, said that the office will be a central gathering spot for the growing team of volunteers that the campaign is assembling, as well as a place where voters can stop in to meet and learn more about the candidate.

“We’ll have an ‘open-door policy’ at the office,” said Myers. “All are welcome to come in for a visit, to chat with Eric and the team, and of course to help out!”

While the office is officially open for business and visitors as of today, a “Grand Opening Celebration” is planned for Tuesday, June 29th, 5:00 to 8:00 PM.  All are welcome to visit the headquarters during this time to meet Dahlberg and his team and to enjoy some refreshments.

Dahlberg invites all visitors to the headquarters to bring one non-perishable food item. All food items will be collected and taken to area food banks periodically throughout the summer.

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 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.

Link to story on Chelmsford Independent’s web site is here:

Dahlberg opens campaign headquaters for state Senate race in Waltham

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