From where I sit, the only “complete player” in the bunch appears to be Blais, at least at this point.
There are a lot of things that impress me about Blais, but what pulled me off the fence was her performance in the recent Franklin County League of Women Voters First Franklin District Climate Change forum at Frontier Regional School.
Today, retired MA State Representative Ellen Story endorsed Natalie Blais, Democratic candidate for the MA First Franklin District.
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Sunderland, MA – Today, Natalie M. Blais of Sunderland, Massachusetts, announced her candidacy for the Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Franklin District, representing Franklin, Hampden and Hampshire Counties. Blais is running as a Democrat.
“I have worked on behalf of the residents of western Massachusetts for over a decade and would be honored to continue this advocacy as the State Representative for the 1st Franklin District,” said Blais
Blais announced over the weekend that she will be running for the 1st Franklin District seat after state Rep. Stephen Kulik announced his intention to retire. However, Blais said that this candidacy will not affect her current position with the chamber, and according to chamber Board of Directors Chairwoman Linda Dunlavy, Blais has the support of the board.
The executive director of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce has announced her candidacy for state representative in the 1st Franklin District.
Natalie M. Blais of Sunderland, a Democrat, said her priorities include broadband availability, transportation, affordable housing and workforce development. She cited other state representatives who inspired her to run.