Representative Roy: November election and early voting
Making the case for your vote
Serving the citizens of Franklin and Medway in the Massachusetts House of Representatives has been a great honor and privilege. I thank you for your support and encouragement along the way, and ask for your vote on November 6th so that we can continue our work together. Early voting is open now, and you can click here for the hours in Franklin and here for the hours in Medway.
I've advocated for healthcare legislation that would increase access to care and make the delivery of care more efficient and effective. I've pushed for laws to get legal notices posted online, so people know what's happening in their communities. And I've reached across the aisle and worked on bipartisan legislation to protect young people from cyber bullying. And I have been been part of a legislative team that has addressed the issues of substance use disorder, criminal justice reform, civil rights and social equity, gun safety, anti-bullying, energy, the environment, and economic development.
But being a State Representative involves more than just passing laws. It's about being there for the people of your district and bringing home local aid from Beacon Hill. It's about looking out for your neighbors and letting them know you have their back. It's in that spirit that I worked with local law enforcement, social services and families to form the SAFE Coalition, to help our community find solutions to the opioid crisis. It's why I help entrepreneurs and manufacturers secure state grants and support, so that our local economy can thrive and workers can find good jobs. And it's why I have advocated for and delivered local aid for schools, roads and other infrastructure, public safety, arts and recreation.
Below I have included some videos which capture the essence of this work. I have also included one which speaks about work on the opioid crisis and another which talks about manufacturing and economic development. I have committed myself to working hard on behalf of the citizens of Franklin and Medway and look forward to another opportunity to serve.
That's why I do this job, and it's why I'm asking for your vote.