The House of Representatives has 3 new Voices Elected

The Massachusetts legislature gained three new proponents of fiscal conservatism and common-sense government last week!

State Representative-Elect Norman Orrall (R-Lakeville)

State Representative-Elect Alyson Sullivan (R-Abington)

State Representative-Elect Michael J. Soter (R-Bellingham)

State Representative-Elect Norman Orrall (R-Lakeville)

Norman Orrall has been elected to the State Representative for the 12th Bristol District.  His family has enjoyed five generations of living, working, and serving in the communities that make up the 12th Bristol District. The residents of the 12th Bristol District have become accustomed to principled leadership in the Massachusetts Legislature and Norman believes his experience in local government and as a professional engineer in the private and public sectors gives him the unique qualifications to serve as the 12th Bristol State Representative.   Norman has been helping the people and businesses in the 12th Bristol is his motivation as Massachusetts faces many social, economic, and infrastructural challenges. The communities of Berkley, Lakeville, Middleborough, and East Taunton have a strong history of education, helping others, community involvement, and hard work.  Norman will work hard to earn your trust and your vote. Norman wants to be your voice for reasonable, responsible, and respectful state government so that our communities can thrive.

State Representative-Elect Alyson Sullivan (R-Abington)

State Representative Alyson Sullivan proudly represents the 7th Plymouth District, which includes the towns of Abington, East Bridgewater, and Whitman.  She is a lifelong resident of the district and Abington, MA. Graduated from Cardinal Spellman. Suffolk University, B.S. in Sociology and paralegal certificate. New England School of Law - Evening Division, 2019.  Her work history includes Legal Assistant, Executive Office of Immigration Review; Fact Witness Coordinator, United States Attorney’s Office (Boston); Legal Assistant, Executive Office for Administration and Finance.

State Representative-Elect Mike Soter (R-Bellingham)

Representative Michael J. Soter currently serves as the State Representative for Massachusetts’s 8th Worcester District. Mike represents the towns of Bellingham, Blackstone, Millville, and Uxbridge. After being sworn in on January 2nd, 2019, Representative Soter is eager to get to work serving his constituents and making a difference on Beacon Hill.  Prior to being elected to the Massachusetts Legislature, Mike served an impactful seven-year career on the Board of Selectmen for the town of Bellingham, serving as the board's Chairman for his last three years. In addition to his significant experience in local politics, Mike also has built a solid foundation as a successful businessman, bringing a unique mindset set to the State House. Representative Soter hopes to extend his list of accomplishments by ensuring proper funding throughout school districts, maintaining infrastructure, and improving public safety for the broader constituency of the 8th Worcester District: Bellingham, Blackstone, Millville, & Uxbridge.

Please join us in offering congratulations to all three! We look forward to working with them at the beginning of the new legislative session this January.

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