Dan Donahue (center) on campus in September with the Holy Cross College Democrats organization Image by Dan Donahue
Holy Cross alumnus Dan Donahue ’09 was elected as the state representative for Worcester’s 16th district on Tuesday evening, Sept. 10. As part of his victory speech, Donahue expounded upon his role as advocate for the district, explaining that “knocking on doors wasn’t just part of the campaign.”
“How can we build a better district?” he asked. “I’m going to continue those conversations at the doors, I’m going to continue talking with people, I’m going to continue working with everyone in this room, to make sure this district is the best district we can find.”
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