"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.
ANTHONY O'BRIEN for REGISTER OF PROBATE
Register is manager of Probate offices. Current Register is retiring = Open seat
Final Fundraiser Thurs. Oct. 30 4-6 pm George's Café, 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