FRANKLIN—Matt Kelly and Glenn Jones, two members of Franklin's Town Council, have announced their official endorsement of Stolle Singleton for State Representative in the 10th Norfolk District. Stolle, a Franklin resident, is running in the Republican Primary on Thursday, September 6th.
"I am deeply honored to have the support of Matt and Glenn, who have both given so much to Franklin in their roles as Town Councilors," said Stolle Singleton. "It is a privilege to call these gentlemen my friends and their expertise regarding the needs of the Franklin community, as public servants, engaged citizens, and family-men, will be invaluable throughout my campaign and beyond."
On the endorsement, Matt Kelly said, "Stolle has a proven track record at the State House as a policy advisor and will continue to keep Franklin and Medway moving forward as our next State Representative. She is dedicated to Franklin, Medway and the Commonwealth and I believe she is the best candidate in this race because she will ensure that our communities have an experienced voice to represent the interests of our residents in the Massachusetts House."
"I am happy to endorse Stolle Singleton as she is by far the best choice for Franklin and Medway," said Glenn Jones. "Stolle is a dedicated, energetic, and flexible advocate who has first-hand experience on Beacon Hill and will work tirelessly as a full-time legislator to secure the many needs of our communities."
Stolle Singleton has spent the past two years working as a policy analyst for the 33-member Republican Caucus in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. During her time at the State House, she authored over 17 pieces of legislation and numerous amendments to state budgets and bills, some of which were signed into law. Previously, she interned in former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown's Office and the Office of Legislative Education.
Stolle's legislative experience will enable her, from day one, to be an effective leader in crafting policies to restore our economy, maintain our local aid, and bring accountability to State Government.