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Martha Coakley announces Grove Hall campaign office

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Attorney General Martha Coakley, candidate for governor, announced this week the opening of a new campaign office on 634 Warren St. in Grove Hall.

With this new office, scheduled to open by week’s end, Coakley hopes to better serve residents in North Dorchester, Roxbury, Mattapan and the surrounding neighborhoods.

“I am thrilled that our office in Grove Hall will help us create a direct line of communication between our campaign and the residents of Roxbury and the surrounding neighborhood,” said Attorney General Coakley. “In order to create an economy on our terms, we need to be listening to the concerns of all of our residents about the issues that are impacting Massachusetts.”

Last week, Coakley launched an “On Our Terms” tour to discuss how Massachusetts can build an economy that gives every resident and every region of the Commonwealth a fair shot. Over the course of two weeks, she will meet with workers, families and business owners to discuss how as governor she will create a Commonwealth that is fair and prosperous. In her first week of campaigning, Coakley traveled to Dorchester, Danvers, Lowell, Brockton, Taunton, Medford and Framingham.

On Saturday, she attended the annual Roxbury Pride Day/Juneteenth celebration at Franklin Park.

Source: Coakley campaign

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