INTRIGUE AHEAD OF MAYORAL PRELIMS IN LYNN, FALL RIVER, NEWTON
By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, SEPT. 11, 2017....Ten cities will hold preliminary municipal elections on Tuesday and in one of those cities state Sen. Thomas McGee and two-term Lynn Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy will get a reading on where they stand against each other in that mayoral battle.
McGee, a Democrat who has represented Lynn in the Senate since 2003, is winning the money race against the Republican incumbent.
But McGee and Kennedy will get an idea of where they currently stand with voters as they go head to head in a preliminary vote that has no repercussions other than to show how the two stack up two months before the final vote.
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