Councillor Matewsky announces candidacy for State Representative

On a cold and windy winter’s morning over 300 enthusiastic supporters of Councillor Wayne Matewsky attended his “Kick-Off” Campaign breakfast at the Silver Fox.  Councillor Matewsky officially announced his candidacy for State Representative of the 28th Middlesex District to a cheering crowd.

Chuck Raso, President of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craft Workers Local 3, proudly endorsed Wayne and pledged the union’s support for the Matewsky campaign.  He told the large audience of Wayne’s many years of hard work and support of unions, their members, and their families.

Council President John Leo McKinnon introduced Wayne, saying he’s the “go-to guy” who will resolve and promote issues at the State House for the city of Everett.

Dan Hurley, a former Governor’s Council member, spoke of Wayne’s 30-plus years of public service to the citizens of Everett and the many people he helped throughout the years.

Middlesex County Clerk of Courts Michael J. Sullivan was on hand to wish Wayne the best for the upcoming primary.

Also in attendance were State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Alderman Robert Van Campen, Councillor Cheri Landry, and Councillor Leonard Jordan.  A presentation was made by Wayne to his mother, Marion, who was present to greet her friends and support her son’s campaign.

For the last 20 months Wayne has been a legislative aide at the State House for the city of Everett.  With his experience and knowledge Wayne will effectively represent the citizens of Everett at the State House.

Wayne pledges to make seniors, veterans and working families his top priority.  A lifelong democrat, Wayne has been a member of the Everett Democratic City Committee since 1981 and presently is the Democratic Ward 1 WChairman.  Matewsky, who is Everett’s longest-serving elected official, said, “I will bring my knowledge of how to make government work for the people of Everett to the State House.”

The Matewsky Committee greatly appreciates the overwhelming support Wayne has received from the voters of Everett.  Wayne looks forward to meeting every voter in the city during the upcoming weeks.  Wayne can be contacted at 617-389-5106 or by visiting his website at www.WayneMatewsky.com.  The Matewsky headquarters is located at 86 Lewis St., Everett.  Wayne welcomes everyone who would like to assist with his campaign efforts.