From today’s Chelmsford Independent:
Reed Hillman backing Chelmsford state senate candidate Dahlberg
GateHouse News Service
Posted Jul 12, 2010 @ 10:03 AM
Chelmsford – The Dahlberg Committee announced today that its candidate has earned the endorsement of Reed Hillman, the GOP’s 2006 candidate for lieutenant governor and former commander of the State Police.
“I’m endorsing Eric because he has what it takes to be an effective State Senator for the taxpayers of the Third Middlesex District,” said Hillman, who served as a three-term member of the Massachusetts House following a distinguished 25-year career with the State Police. “He knows that the party is over on Beacon Hill.”
“I’m honored to have Reed’s support,” said Dahlberg. “His lifelong commitment to public service is heroic. He has been an invaluable source of advice on both law enforcement issues and politics.”
Last month, Dahlberg picked up endorsements from Waltham City Councilor Diane LeBlanc and Concord Selectman Greg Howes. Former Gov. Paul Cellucci and former state Sen. Cile Hicks serve as honorary co-chairs of the Dahlberg campaign’s Steering Committee.
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 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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