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The Race Begins: Candidates for Plymouth Selectman Kickoff Campaigns

Facebook has become the place for campaigning locally. Here's a list of campaign events Plymouth Patch has been invited.

Anthony Provenzano

The Provenzano for Plymouth Selectman Committee will hold a Campaign Kickoff Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the New World Tavern, 56 Main Street in downtown Plymouth.  Please join Tony Provenzano at this free public event to launch his campaign for Selectman at the May 11 Town Election.  Appetizers and pizza are free, and there will be a cash bar for the thirsty.

Matt Muratore

Plymouth Talks, Matt Listens…in Manomet”
Thursday, February 28, 2013
5:00-7:00 p.m.
42 Degrees North, 690 State Road, Plymouth
Free appetizers and cash bar

This is a free event, although donations are welcome.

Please come by to talk with Matt as he holds a series of events across Plymouth.

Checks can be made payable to “Muratore for Selectman Committee.” They can be sent to 15 Gabriel Lane, Plymouth, MA 02360. No business checks please.

Doug O'Roak

A casual social mixer to come out and meet Doug O'Roak, candidate for selectman, and discuss the issues. Free appetizers, and a cash bar. March 4, 6 p.m. Aroma in Manomet

John Moody

The Committee to Elect John Moody will host a Campaign Kick-Off Thursday, March 7 at 6:00pm at Ernie’s Restaurant, 330 Court Street in Plymouth.
John invites all Plymouth residents to this event to share their perspectives with him. “At the end of the day, government is about meeting the needs of people. Hearing directly from people about their concerns is an essential part of good governance, especially locally where the vast majority of services we rely on every day are delivered,” Moody says. “My campaign is focused on how we continue to deliver those services at levels we expect while controlling tax rate increases.”

Moody is a long-standing member of the Advisory and Finance Committee, currently serving as its Vice Chairman. John also is actively involved in supporting education and historical preservation in Plymouth as a member of the PCIS School Council and the 1820 Courthouse Consortium.
Interested attendees will have the opportunity to sign-up for volunteer campaign activities. Free pizza will be available for all attendees.
Campaign contributions are not expected, but will be gratefully accepted.

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