U.S. Senate Candidate Dan Winslow
There are three branches of government and Republican Dan Winslow has served in all of them.
He was a district court judge. The chief legal counsel to Governor Mitt Romney. And now, he’s a state representative from Norfolk.
And these days, he’s also running for the U.S. Senate, hoping to fill the seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
Dan Winslow, Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate
WBUR: “Republican candidates for the special U.S. Senate election in the Commonwealth are now scrambling to amass 10,000 valid signatures, having been left with three weeks to qualify for the April 30 primary after former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown dragged out his decision not to run in his third Senate race in four years.”
Boston Globe: “State Representative Daniel B. Winslow, a former judge and onetime aide to Governor Mitt Romney, said Thursday he is entering the special election for the US Senate, the first Republican to officially declare his candidacy.”
Here’s some video of Winslow announcing his candidacy.
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