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Joan Lovely officially began her term as the Senator for Peabody, Salem, Beverly, Danvers and Topsfield on Wednesday.
Salem Democrat Joan Lovely attributes much of her successful run to a grassroots campaign of knocking on doors all across the district.
Democrat Joan Lovely defeats Republican Richard Jolitz to represent Peabody, Salem, Beverly, Danvers and Topsfield in the state Senate.
Slattery said he felt like his team ran a good campaign and had lots of support throughout the district, the final result, however, was not as he had hoped.
Local election officials predict anywhere from 9-23 percent turnout Thursday at the polls for the state primary.
The four Democratic candidates for state Senate answer a series of questions on local issues in the district.
Peabody's Joyce Spiliotis formally announces her support of John Slattery, whom she actually succeeded in the Mass. House of Representatives.
Retired deputy sheriff and former governor's councilor Edward Carroll of Salem chatted live with readers on Friday.
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Mary-Ellen Manning, who's running for the 2nd Essex District seat in the state Senate, fielded readers' questions Thursday in live chat.
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