Setti Warren Wins Haverhill Straw Poll

Mayor Setti Warren won a big victory today at the Haverhill Democratic Committee straw poll, where he won over 46% of the overall vote. Mayor Warren spoke to the assembled Democrats, joining fellow candidates Bob Massie, Tom Conroy, Marisa Defranco, and Herb Robinson in making a personal appeal for votes. The other candidates were represented by staff.

The results:

Setti Warren: 34

Elizabeth Warren: 13

Marisa Defranco: 11

Tom Conroy: 9

Bob Massie: 5

Alan Khazei: 1

Herb Robinson: 0

Mayor Warren’s remarks are posted below. Congratulations to Setti Warren for a great win.

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4 Responses to Setti Warren Wins Haverhill Straw Poll

  1. Jules Gordon says:

    Your Honor,

    Elizabeth Warren (no relation) climbed pretty quickly. Sort of like Rick Perry did among that other group.

    Are you concerned?

    Jules

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  2. Bill Manzi says:

    Jules,

    Yes. But lets see what she has got in terms of real life campaigning. Mayor Warren with two big victories in recent weeks is working where the voters are. Should be a great race.

    Bill

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  3. Jules Gordon says:

    Actually, your Honor, Setti (Warren) has won the mayoral race in Newton. I don’t think she has ever run. She came out weak.

    I think the Chicago gang felt she was more of a shooin than Setti.

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  4. Jules Gordon says:

    Your Honor,

    Speaking of Elizabeth Warren, did you get your4 copy of her social contract to sign? I can’t find mind.

    We have a new Moonbat.

    Jules

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