BY GARRY RAYNO
June 2, 2016
Concord - After the opening day rush for state election filings, things were a little quieter Thursday with 2nd District Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster the only person to file for major office.
The Hopkinton Democrat who seeks her third term in Washington, said she is excited to be running again and wants to continue to bring people together to help her state.
“I always said Congress is broken,” Kuster said after filing with Secretary of State Bill Gardner as her supporters lined the second floor hallway of the State House. “That’s why I ran to try to make a difference.
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