Time to Vote – It’s Massachusetts Primary Day in Bedford

Candidates from both parties and Bedford's incumbent legislators graced Bedford's polls this morning. (L-R) State Senator Mike Barrett, Michael Lake, candidate for Lt. Governor on the Democratic ballot; Paul Girouard, candidate for State Representative on the Republican ballot, and State Representative Ken Gordon. Image (c)
Candidates from both parties and Bedford’s incumbent legislators graced Bedford’s polling place this morning. (L-R) State Senator Mike Barrett; Michael Lake, candidate for Lt. Governor on the Democratic ballot; Paul Girouard, Republican candidate for State Representative; and State Representative Ken Gordon. Image (c) JMcCT, 2014

By Julie McCay Turner

Candidates and campaigners gathered outside John Glenn Middle School earlier today to greet voters and friends, and perhaps influence a vote or two.

Candidates Michael Lake, a Melrose native running for Lt. Governor on the Democratic ticket, and Paul Girouard of Burlington, the Republican candidate for State Representative joined incumbents State Representative Kenneth Gordon and State Senator Mike Barrette at the Bedford polls.

Turnout seemed to be good, but time will tell. Check The Bedford Citizen for the final results after the polls close.

Signs for candidates on the Democratic ballot.
Signs for candidates on the Democratic ballot surround candidates Michael Lake, Mike Barrett and Ken Gordon.
Former Democratic Town Committee chairman Richard Bowen sported a Grossman t-shirt
Former Democratic Town Committee chairman Richard Bowen sported a Grossman t-shirt
Anne and Bob Schmalz met State Senator Mike Barrett
Anne and Bob Schmalz met  State Senator Mike Barrett

 

Voter Joann Glover with Michael Lake and Mike Barrett
Voter Joann Glover with Michael Lake and Mike Barrett
Carleton-Willard Village's stalwart resident cyclist 93-year-old Robert Sawyer, rode his bike to the polls.
Carleton-Willard Village’s stalwart resident cyclist, 93-year-old Robert Sawyer, rode his bike to the polls.

 

 

 

 


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