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Results of Rayla Campbell’s Primary Write-In Bid Expected Later This Week

September 2, 2020

It won’t be clear whether Rayla Campbell got enough write-in votes in the primary to make the Massachusetts Seventh Congressional District general election ballot in November until later this week.

The Republican from Randolph ran a write-in/sticker campaign in hopes of earning the party’s nomination in the U.S. House race. She needs at least 2,000 votes to make it happen. She told New Boston Post on Tuesday night that she will most likely find out the results on Thursday or Friday, because it may take local election officials that long to count her write-in votes.

Campbell said she had about 30 campaign volunteers helping her pass out stickers with her name and address for people to put on their ballots for the GOP primary Tuesday, September 1.