Voters To Decide Between Clark, Addivinola For Open U.S. House Seat

December 10, 2013 1:25 PM
Voters To Decide Between Clark, Addivinola For Open U.S. House Seat
" BOSTON (AP) — The candidates seeking to fill Edward Markey’s old seat in the U.S. House are making their final appeals to voters in the Massachusetts’ 5th Congressional District.

The race pits Democratic state Sen. Katherine Clark of Melrose against Republican Frank Addivinola, a Boston attorney.

Both won their party primaries in October and have staked out different ground in what has been a low-profile race in a state growing weary of special elections.

The district, which stretches from the coast to communities north and west of Boston including Waltham, Framingham and Medford, is heavily Democratic and overwhelmingly backed President Barack Obama over his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, in last year’s presidential contest.


Clark has said her priorities include pay equity for women, ending gun-related violence, increasing the minimum wage and supporting Social Security and early education "

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