Campaign spends $35,000 to Engage and Educate Voters
Mayoral candidate John Stefanini filed his Pre-Preliminary Report to the Office of Campaign and Political Finance today.
“I am proud of the diverse coalition of parents and seniors, liberals and conservatives, neighborhood activists and small business owners, to make our government more transparent, accountable and responsive to the people of Framingham.
As Mayor, I will make sure that all voices and views are heard so that we always make the best decisions for Framingham.
As such, this report reflects the depth and diversity of support my campaign for Mayor of Framingham has already engendered from across the spectrum of my personal and professional life – from the people who have worked with me over the years and know best.
I’m proud that so many people from both inside and outside of Framingham have chosen to contribute to my effort, and I’m proud that so many people believe that my previous experiences and successes have prepared me to hit the ground running day one should I be chosen our city’s first Chief Executive,” said John Stefanini, a lawyer and educator.
Since May the campaign has raised $81,802.77 from a diverse group of people who support John’s candidacy to be Framingham’s first full-time mayor. The campaign has spent $34,787.74 engaging and educating voters on this important election. The campaign is proud to support Massachusetts and union-run businesses.