The opiate epidemic, a proposed Brockton power plant and regulation of the fantasy sports industry were just a few of the topics that the candidates for the Second Plymouth and Bristol Senate seat grappled over during a debate Monday night.
BROCKTON – Tonight Representative Mike Brady joined his opponents on stage at Stonehill College to talk to voters about his vision for the future. And the audience response was clear: His vision resonated with the entire district.
In the course of the debate, Brady shared his priorities for the Second Plymouth and Bristol district, including:
BROCKTON – Today, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren joined State Representative Mike Brady to host a group of civic and community leaders for a conversation about women, working families, and the local economy. The event took place today at Alexander's Family Restaurant in Brockton.
Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund is proud to endorse State Representative Mike Brady (D-Brockton) in the Special State Senate Election for the Second Bristol and Plymouth seat, vacated after the passing of longtime State Senator Tom Kennedy. With critical issues on energy policy and environmental protection currently being debated in the Senate, we are committed to adding an environmental stalwart like Rep. Brady to the Senate chamber.
By Ed Donga
Posted Oct. 6, 2015 at 9:22 PM
Updated at 10:40 PM
BROCKTON - It was a clean sweep for state Rep. Michael Brady, D-Brockton, on Tuesday night as he won every precinct in the Democratic primary to replace former state Sen. Thomas Kennedy, D- Brockton.
Brady captured 3,257 votes, almost 90 percent of the total votes cast, en route to defeating first-time candidate Joseph Lynch, D-Brockton. Lynch, an economic development consultant for a Boston-based company, could only muster 461 votes.
Michael Brady, candidate for State Senate, will provide free wheelchair-accessible transportation to and from the polls for the Primary Election on Tuesday, October 6th.
Rep. Brady is running in a special election in the 2nd Plymouth and Bristol District
BROCKTON – U.S. Congressmen Stephen Lynch (D – Boston) and William Keating (D – Bourne) announced their support for Brockton’s Michael Brady in the upcoming special election to fill the late Senator Tom Kennedy’s seat.
A vacant state Senate seat in a district evenly divided between the parties is poised to become ground zero in the Republican Party’s aggressive attempts to make legislative gains — and the Democrats’ determination to dash the GOP’s dreams of a resurgence.
In 2008, city councilors Mike Brady and Robert Sullivan ran against each other in a primary to fill the seat in the state House of Representative that was left vacant by Democrat Thomas Kennedy, who moved up to the state Senate that fall after 25 years in the House.