Rep. David Linsky Wins Re-election
Linsky has defeated William Callahan to win his eighth term in office.
David Linsky has won his eighth term as Natick and Sherborn's State Rep., defeating Republican challenger William Callahan, officials said Tuesday night.
"It was the work of 200 volunteers who knocked on doors, put up lawn signs... I'm gratified. Eight times the people of Natick, Sherborn and Millis have sent me to Beacon Hill to represent them and it's a complete honor to do that."
Linsky won 66.59 percent of Natick's vote to Callahan's 33.26 percent.
In Sherborn, Linsky took 1,477 votes to Callahan's 958.
"I know he [Callahan] knocked on a lot of doors and put in a lot of shoe leather. I also applaud him on running a clean campaign," Linsky said.