Former State Rep Tom Cahir Endorses Susan Moran for State Senate

“She is a tireless worker and possesses keen insight on all of the critical issues important to our region.”
Susan Moran (D-Falmouth) candidate for Plymouth & Barnstable State Senate Seat (Campaign photo)

FALMOUTH- Former State Representative and head of the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, Thomas Cahir announced today his endorsement of Susan Moran for the Plymouth and Barnstable Senate seat.

“ I am proud to endorse Susan Moran for State Senate. I have watched and worked with Susan Moran on several local and regional issues. As a candidate for the Plymouth and Barnstable State Senate District she will bring the necessary hands-on experience and effective leadership to get things done for her entire constituency,” Cahir said. “She is a tireless worker and possesses keen insight on all of the critical issues important to our region.”

Cahir continued, “Susan does her homework and is always prepared to contribute in a meaningful way toward positive outcomes. As a member of the CCRTA Advisory Board she provided helpful guidance on a host of our transit initiatives. I have attended meetings at the State House with her on regional matters and watched her effectively articulate significant points influencing important legislation.”

“It is a privilege to receive the endorsement of former Representative Tom Cahir,” said Moran. “Tom and I have worked together on transportation issues that have had a major impact on our region, and the entire Plymouth and Barnstable District.  He understands that to be effective on Beacon Hill, it is important to know about and have experience with solving both local and regional issues.   I will bring that experience to the State Senate, and will fight each and every day to ensure the people of the Plymouth and Barnstable District are heard.”

For more information visit, www.votemoran.com.


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