Thursday, January 3, 2013
The congressman said he is giving "serious consideration" to a run for Senate.
Another Massachusetts Congressman is seriously considering a run for Sen. John Kerry’s seat in a special election this year. Congressman Stephen Lynch is reportedly talking to “well-known political consultants” and planning a possible run in a Democratic primary, reported The Boston Herald. “I am giving serious consideration to a run for the United States Senate and am grateful for the support and encouragement I have received in recent days,” Lynch said in a statement to the Herald. The Democratic frontrunner to take Kerry’s seat is Congressman Ed Markey, who is the longest serving member of Congress from Massachusetts.Kerry and Vicki Kennedy, the widow of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, have already thrown their support behind Markey. …
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Congressman Stephen Lynch covered a wide range of issues when he visited Milton on Tuesday afternoon.
Congressman Stephen Lynch offered opinions and provided clarity on several national issues when he visited Milton Town Hall on Tuesday, October 18. Lynch addressed a group of about 20 people on issues like troop withdrawal, the national debt and the closure of local post offices. The appearance was part of a weeklong "Congress on Your Corner" tour of the Ninth Congressional District. The Chair of the Milton Board of Selectmen, Robert Sweeney, thanked Lynch for speaking and presented him with a Milton 350th Anniversary mug.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Congressman Stephen F. Lynch will call 50,000 seniors throughout the Ninth Congressional District on July 29 for a live discussion over the debt ceiling.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Congressman Stephen F. Lynch will hold a telephone town hall forum on Friday, July 29, to discuss the current debt ceiling negotiations. In recent days, Congressman Lynch’s Boston, Brockton and D.C. offices have seen a major increase in calls and e-mails from constituents regarding the debt limit and budget issues. Many of the calls have been from senior citizens concerned about Social Security and Medicare. On Friday, 50,000 seniors throughout the Ninth District will receive a phone call to participate in the live telephone town hall. Congressman Lynch will take participants’ questions live throughout the event. “Many of the calls we have received have come from seniors, worried about how a possible default will impact Social Security …