Letters supporting Green

To the Editor: In the final days of the campaign to elect our next state representative, I decided to educate myself on the two candidates on many issues, including what kind of leadership experiences the two candidates possess. In my perspective, the biggest issue facing the residents of Grafton is the proposed development by the Grafton & Upton Railroad. Mr. Green recently issued a statement stating that he supports economic development, however he believes all businesses should have to … [Read more...]

David Muradian Announces Election Night Plans – Event to Include Canned Food Drive to Benefit Local Food Pantries

GRAFTON- Residents and friends of the Ninth Worcester District are invited to join David Muradian, his family and supporters on election night, Tuesday, November 4th, from 8pm-midnight, to watch election results at Highfields Golf Course in Grafton. To provide a unique twist on the typical election night celebrations, David is asking that any individuals who plan on attending bring two canned, non-perishable food items with them. All of the collected items will be donated to local food … [Read more...]

Letter: David Muradian has ability to find solutions by Peter Carlson

submitted by Peter R. Carlson Dear Editor,          My name is Peter R. Carlson and for the record I am an elected member of the Grafton School Committee.  My comments and views within this article are mine alone and do not represent the Grafton Public Schools, The Grafton School Committee Members or any other official town affiliate. I put a great emphasis on our public education system and believe that we must do everything within our power to provide our children with ample opportunity to … [Read more...]

Green calls out Muradian for not supporting local businesses

Submitted by the Committee to Elect Marty Green Marty Green, candidate for State Representative in the 9th Worcester District (Grafton, Northbridge, and Upton) asks why State Representative candidate Dave Muradian says that he supports local businesses, but is accepting support from big money political action committees (PACS) that use out-of-state companies to promote his campaign. "According to filings with the Office of Campaign & Political Finance, Jobs First, ie PAC, used a Utah … [Read more...]