Republican State Committeewoman Kimberly Roy (R-Sutton) has announced her intention to wage a write-in campaign for the Republican nomination for senate in the Worcester and Norfolk District.
According to a campaign flyer Roy posted on her Facebook page, the married mother of two is hoping to "stick it to beacon hill...and remove a 31 year tax-and-spend Democrat incumbent." Sen. Richard Moore (D-Uxbridge) currently holds the seat.
If Roy is successful in getting at least 300 write-in votes on September 14, she will appear on the November 2 ballot opposite Moore.
Roy is a graduate of Western New England College and has worked as a Pharmaceutical Representative for Johnson and Johnson. She was elected to her seat on the Republican State Committee 10 months ago.