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October 31, 2012

Campaign Notebook

Democratic state Senate candidate Kathleen O’Connor Ives has won the endorsement of former state Sen. Steven Baddour, who previously held the seat before stepping down in March.

Baddour, a Democrat from Methuen, said in a press release that Ives would fight for working families in the 1st Essex District.

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Independent state Senate candidate Paul Magliocchetti will be visiting each of the seven communities in the 1st Essex District up until Election Day. Nov. 6. Locally, he’ll be knocking on doors and talking to constituents in Merrimac and Amesbury on Friday and on Newburyport and Salisbury on Saturday. He invites residents to ask him any questions and show their support if they see him in their area.

Also, Magliocchetti, with the help of campaign workers, reported he either secured or removed most of his political signs before Sandy hit for the safety and well-being of the public. He asks the public to call his office at 978-373-3339 if they have or notice any of his signs down so that they can be picked up and/or replaced.

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