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Massachusetts Attorney General Candidate Jay McMahon Qualifies For The Ballot

May 16, 2022

Jay McMahon has made the ballot in the race to be the next Attorney General of Massachusetts.

The Bourne attorney and 2018 Republican nominee for Attorney General collected the 10,000 certified signatures necessary to make the ballot.

“I wanted thank the thousands of Democrats who signed my Nomination Papers, because they saw that we have a chance to bring sanity to Beacon Hill, and more particularly to the Office of the Attorney General,” McMahon said in a written statement. “I thank you for signing my Nomination Papers, and I look forward to your support in this campaign, and your vote in November! You did not leave the Democrat Party, the radical progressive Democrats left you!”

McMahon is the only Republican running for the post. Three Democrats are running for it:  former Boston city councilor Andrea Campbell, 2018 Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Quentin Palfrey, and Brookline attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan.


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