Kearney proud to place over 900 signs in Marshfield and Scituate this weekend

Groundswell of support includes many prominent citizens from both towns

Patrick Kearney, candidate for State Representative in the 4th Plymouth District, was proud to put out over 900 signs in the district this weekend. Every sign went to a household that previously request a lawn sign as part of their support for Kearney, showing his broad base of support in the district. 

“I am honored to display a “Kearney for State Rep” lawn sign showing our support for our next State Representative," said Brad White, Marshfield businessman. "I know Patrick to be an extraordinary candidate, filling the big shoes of former state rep Jim Cantwell and Patrick will get the job done with precision, hard work and perseverance.  Patrick is the type of committed patriotic leader that we need on Beacon Hill to spearhead the key real life and serious issues affecting our districts.  I'm confident he'll be successful and he will also blaze a few new trails along the way.  I am asking all my friends and family to get out the vote for Patrick Kearney"

Karen Canfield, Scituate selectman said, "We need more people like Pat in the legislature. I'm looking forward to working with him as we fight the opiate crisis, secure our fair share of local aid, and work with FEMA to create fair flood maps for coastal homeowners." 

Kearney is a lifelong South Shore resident who serves as an Ensign in the Naval Reserve while also working in software sales. He is running for State Representative to be a leader on seawall, coastal resiliency, and maritime issues, while also working to make sure Marshfield and Scituate get their fair share of local aid and education funding. 

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