Galluccio victorious; senator elect

September 11, 2007
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Cambridge City Councillor Anthony Galluccio beat all his rivals in the special election held Tuesday to fill the vacant seat formerly occupied by former Senator Jarrett Barrios. Senator-elect Galluccio won convincingly in Revere and in Everett. In Everett, he won by  more than 1,000. In Cambridge, voters gave Galluccio the edge. Long into the night, final figures were elusive.

At about 9:00 p.m., Galluccio declared himself the winner. He received concession and congratulations calls from all his rivals in the moments that ensued. An ecstatic Galluccio said he was humbled by the great show of support he received from thousands of voters throughout the district and pledged to serve them well.

  • Billy Bell

    I wonder where the new Senator stands on undocumented expense accounts for his city council friends Correggio and Zambuto? Is the new Senator going to sponsor legislation to help taxpayers who have been ripped off by all the stealing going on in REVERE?Will the new Senator be in favor of more tax rippoffs like the $3.000,000 Necco Candy got for nothing?

  • http://n/a Billy Bell

    I wonder where the new Senator stands on undocumented expense accounts for his city council friends Correggio and Zambuto? Is the new Senator going to sponsor legislation to help taxpayers who have been ripped off by all the stealing going on in REVERE?Will the new Senator be in favor of more tax rippoffs like the $3.000,000 Necco Candy got for nothing?

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