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April 1, 2013

Making their final pitches

Peabody state rep election is tomorrow


Griffin Dunne, 55, a School Committee member, held a rally Saturday outside the Northshore Mall with John Walsh, chairman of the state’s Democratic Party, before going door to door. On Friday, her campaign sent out last-minute literature to Peabody households.

“I’ll be working hard on this campaign until Tuesday at 8 p.m.,” she said. “I’ve had the great opportunity to talk to many voters, and I look forward to talking to more.”

Griffin Dunne said the hardest part of the campaign has been the time frame leading up to the special election.

“The response has been very good,” she said. “People have been asking good questions, and I’ve had the chance to talk to them about what I stand for and what I hope to accomplish as state representative.”

Staff writer Jonathan Phelps can be reached at 978-338-2527 or by email at Follow him on Twitter at JPhelps_SN.

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