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Republican Kim Duffy Withdraws From Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race

January 18, 2022

Quincy Republican Kim Duffy is no longer in the race to be the next governor of Massachusetts.

Duffy withdrew the remaining $193.67 from her campaign account on December 10, 2021, according to the Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance. Under purpose, the withdrawal said “ACCOUNT CLOSED.”

When NewBostonPost reached out to Duffy by email for comment on the matter on Tuesday morning, the reporter received an automated reply.

Here is what it said:


I’ve decided to withdraw my candidacy for public office for personal family reasons.  I want to thank all of you who have supported me through this process.  I will continue to support our party and those who run for office.  Each one of us can help in so many ways to change the future.  We must stand united and not let the left or RINOs take over.  We need to continue to fight the good fight for ourselves, our families, our community, and our country.  God bless you and God bless America!

With Duffy out of the race, the remaining announced Republicans are former state representative Geoff Diehl and former Lowell city council candidate Darius Mitchell. Duffy has never held elected office.

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