Lieutenant Governor visits Marlborough on the campaign trail

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Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito was on the campaign trail recently in Marlborough, speaking at the New England Sports Center as Mayor Arthur Vigeant and NESC General Manager Wes Tuttle look on. Photos Submitted
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito was on the campaign trail recently in Marlborough, speaking at the New England Sports Center as Mayor Arthur Vigeant and NESC General Manager Wes Tuttle look on.
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By Cindy Zomar, Contributing Writer

Marlborough – Lt. Governor Karyn Polito asked for four more years in the Statehouse at a gathering at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough recently.

Polito and Gov. Charlie Baker are both seeking re-election in this November’s state election.

The campaign event was sponsored by Mayor Arthur Vigeant, Joe Trolla, Wes Tuttle, Meredith Harris, Dave Walton, Rodney Frias and Jim Kane. Many of Marlborough’s business owners and managers, Chamber of Commerce members, and city officials were on hand to greet Polito and assure her of their support.

“I have been to every city and town in the commonwealth and am struck with the beauty of where we live, from the Bershires to Cape Cod! I have lived in Central Massachusetts all my life, this is home, and I ask for four more years with Charlie Baker to continue what we’ve started,” Polito told the audience. “We have created over 150,000 new jobs, improved infrastructure, and provided important funding for education, but we are not done.”

“Help us continue to make Massachusetts the best place to live, work and play,” she added.

(l to r) Wes Tuttle, Joe Trolla, Dave Walton, Rodney Frias and Mayor Arthur Vigeant were among the sponsors of an evening with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito as she made a campaign stop at the New England Sports Center. Photos Submitted
(l to r) Wes Tuttle, Joe Trolla, Dave Walton, Rodney Frias and Mayor Arthur Vigeant were among the sponsors of an evening with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito as she made a campaign stop at the New England Sports Center.
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