Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Sara-Lynn Reynolds will run in 2014 for the seat that represents Natick precincts 6, 7, 9 and 10. Sen. Richard Ross currently occupies that office.
Since winning a special election in 2010 to succeed Scott Brown as state senator of a district that includes a portion of Natick, Republican Richard Ross has had his term renewed twice with no opposition. This will not be repeated in 2014 as at least one other person would like to represent the Norfolk, Bristol, and Middlesex District. Attleboro City Councilor Sara-Lynn Reynolds, who two weeks ago changed her voter registration status from independent to Democrat, said Tuesday that she will run in the election. Reynolds stressed she has not made a formal announcement, but there were rumors about her interest in being a Senate candidate, and she confirmed they were true when contacted by Patch. She will not run for a second term as an at-…
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The Wrentham Republican, who represents part of Natick, has also been appointed to nine Legislative Committees.
Wednesday, February 13
The following is a press release received from the office of Senator Richard Ross. Senator Richard J. Ross (R-Wrentham) would like to announce that he has been reappointed to Senate Minority Whip by Senate Minority Leader Bruce E. Tarr for the 2013-2014 Legislative Session. Senator Ross had previously served as Minority Whip for the 2011-2012 Legislative Session, and Assistant Minority Whip prior to that. “I am so proud to serve the Massachusetts Senate again as Minority Whip,” said Senator Ross. “I am eager to continue to represent the Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex District, while collaborating with my colleagues to improve the Commonwealth as a whole.” Senator Ross has also been appointed to nine Legislative Committees for the upcoming …
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Rep. David Linsky, Senator Karen Spilka and Senator Richard Ross have announced the event.
Tuesday, February 12
Editor's Note: Originally this post ran stating that people who make less than $705,000 per year are not eligible for the Senior Circuit Breaker Tax Credit. That is incorrect. You are ineligible if you make MORE than $705,000. This has been corrected below. The following is from a press release from the office of Senator Richard Ross. Senator Richard J. Ross (R-Wrentham), Senator Karen Spilka (D-Ashland) and Representative David P. Linsky (D-Natick) are pleased to announce an informational seminar on the Senior Circuit Breaker Tax Credit will be held at the Council on Aging in Natick on February 25, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. They will be joined by Brian Lynch of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. “The Senior Circuit Breaker is an excellent …