Rep. Joseph McGonagle of Everett announced he has officially submitted his papers to run for re-election for the position of State Representative for the 28th Middlesex District, which consists of the City of Everett.
McGonagle announced on social media, saying:
“When I pulled my papers for re-election two months ago, I did not expect us to be in the situation we are today,” he said. “Yet, here we are, still strong and still pushing forward. I know it is a scary and uncertain time, but I want to take this moment to thank all of you who have supported me over the years. I am honored to report that I will officially be on the ballot for re-election for State Representative in Everett.”
McGonagle said he is excited to working with everyone on the campaign and asked for voters to consider him in the Sept. 1 Democratic Primary Election.
“Another huge thank you to everyone who helped to get signatures and ensure my nomination despite the unusual circumstances,” he added.
McGonagle said if family, neighbors or friends need ANY assistance during this time, please don’t hesitate to reach out to his office at [email protected].
McGonagle was first elected in 2012 and will be running for his fourth term in the House of Representatives. Currently he serves as the vice-chair on the Housing Committee and also sits on the Transportation and Healthcare Financing Committees. The state Democratic primary is set to be held Tuesday, September 1.