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Q & A: Stoughton Lawmakers See South Coast Rail, Train Station as Pressing Issues for Town

Running unopposed this election cycle, State Reps. Kafka and Gavlin and State Sen. Joyce answered questions reviewing the legislature's last session, previewing the next session, and giving their thoughts on Stoughton's most pressing issues.

Stoughton is represented in the Massachusetts House of Representatives by Rep. Louis Kafka, a Stoughton Democrat (precincts 2, 3, 4 and 6) and Rep. William Galvin, a Canton Democrat (precincts 1, 5, 7 and 8) and in the State Senate by Sen. Brian A. Joyce, a Milton Democrat.

Running unopposed this election cycle, each is set to be reelected to another two-year term.

As a way to connect with voters this election season, Reps. Kafka and Galvin and Sen. Joyce answered some questions from Stoughton Patch, reviewing the legislature's last session, previewing its next session, and giving their thoughts on Stoughton's most pressing issues.

Click on the following links to read each of their respective questionnaires in full:

  • Q & A: Stoughton's State Representative Louis L. Kafka
  • Q & A: Stoughton's State Representative William C. Galvin
  • Q & A: Stoughton's State Senator Brian A. Joyce

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