"O'Brien wins Primary & is Nov. 4 frontrunner"  

Former Navy SEAL Anthony O'Brien won the Primary election for Register of Probate in Plymouth County's 27 towns. A Brockton native & former county commissioner, O'Brien of Pembroke is the Republican candidate on the November ballot against Matthew McDonough, son of former Sheriff Joseph McDonough (D) (2001-2005) who was thrown out of office for several scandals. O'Brien's opponents in the Primary election are supporting him against McDonough.


Register is manager of Probate offices.  Current Register is retiring = Open seat

Final Fundraiser Thurs. Oct. 30 4-6 pm  George's CafĂ©, Brockton,                                     any donation is very helpful (max. $500, no business checks)

Only military veteran in race:  US Marines, then Navy SEAL Lieutenant Commander                       Only candidate with experience as elected county official: cut budgets, fought tax increases               Most experience as a Manager:  30 years in public & private sectors                                 

O'Brien promises to serve no more than 2 Terms, McDonough is against Term Limits

His 3-point plan : Improve 1. community outreach, 2. customer service, 3. government efficiency

NOT career-politician, NOT political insider - highly-positive name recognition county-wide

Democrat & Republican leaders say O'Brien will win - everyone including Democrats want change

Join O'Brien's fight!  Talk, emails, phone, provide sign locations, donate money & always VOTE!      info (508) 868-2547 checks: 'CTE O'Brien'  PO Box 18 Pembroke MA 02359 on-line ElectOBrien.org

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Abington Bridgewater Brockton Carver Duxbury East Bridgewater Halifax Hull Hanover Hanson Hingham  Kingston Lakeville  Marion  Marshfield  Mattapoisett  Middleboro  Norwell Pembroke Plympton   Plymouth   Rochester   Rockland   Scituate   Wareham   Whitman   West Bridgewater