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Two Democrats Will Run For Massachusetts Attorney General — On One Condition

January 10, 2022

Will Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey run for another term in her current spot or make a run for governor?

She hasn’t announced that decision yet. However, there are two people who want to run for attorney general with one caveat:  they’ll only run if Healey doesn’t run, according to Politico.

The two people interested in running are:  Quentin Palfrey and Shannon Liss-Riordan.

If their names sound familiar, it may be because of their past runs for office. Palfrey was the Democratic Party’s lieutenant governor nominee in Massachusetts four years ago. Liss-Riordan was a candidate for the Commonwealth’s 2020 U.S. Senate race, but dropped out before the Democratic primary.


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