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Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll Announces Return of Free Trolley Program for Residents

SALEM, MA – Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll, in partnership with the Salem Trolley, is pleased to once again offer free rides on the Salem Trolley for Salem residents starting June 1st and lasting until September 30th. Residents can receive a Resident Ticket by providing proof of residency at the Salem Trolley office (8 Central Street).
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Kim Driscoll Brings Local Perspective to Lieutenant Governor Race

In a competitive field of Democratic challengers for Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor, long-tenured Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll has emphasized her extensive experience in municipal government as what sets her apart from the others. When she joined me on-air recently, she talked about how this experience has given her a ground-level perspective...
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Worthington Dems to feature Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll in candidate series

WORTHINGTON — Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll, who is running for lieutenant governor on her municipal experience while emphasizing the importance of COVID-19 recovery, will be the latest guest of Worthington’s Sundays with the Candidates series. “I’m hoping they’ll get to learn a little bit about me,” said Driscoll,...
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Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll announces bid for lieutenant governor

SALEM, Mass. — Kim Driscoll has announced a bid for lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. Driscoll, a Democrat, announced early Tuesday afternoon her candidacy for the statewide office. She is the only mayor running in this year’s statewide elections and promises a new focus from Beacon Hill that puts the needs of real people in Massachusetts cities and towns first.
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Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll joins surge of lieutenant governor hopefuls

RARE HAVE SO many been so eager to win an office with so few powers accorded to it. Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll announced her run for lieutenant governor yesterday, making her the fifth Democrat in a race that is often more of an afterthought than a high-visibility statewide contest. Driscoll...
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Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll announces run for lieutenant governor

Driscoll has served as Salem's mayor for five terms. Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll has announced her candidacy for lieutenant governor. Driscoll, 55, who has served as mayor of the witch city for five terms, launched her campaign Tuesday, according to a press release. So far, she is the only mayor to announce candidacy for the post.
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Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll joins Democrats vying for lieutenant governor

Five-term Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll is joining the crowded field of Democrats running for lieutenant governor, becoming the first mayor to enter the race and promising a "new focus from Beacon Hill" on the needs of cities and towns. "We need leaders who can understand and empower communities," Driscoll said...
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As school returns amid COVID surge, Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll says virtual learning is ‘like playing basketball underwater’

Joined by Gov. Charlie Baker at the Saltonstall School in Salem early Monday morning, Mayor Kim Driscoll lauded the return of in-person learning, as school districts elsewhere across the state are forced to temporarily postpone classes due to coronavirus-induced staffing shortages. Driscoll, echoing a sentiment long expressed by Baker, eschewed...
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Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll Delivers 2022 Inaugural Address

Good morning, everyone, in particular to our newly elected City Councillors and School Committee members. In a city as historic as ours with a lot of firsts, I’m saddened that the times demand that this be our “first” virtual inauguration. Like so many, we are pivoting the way we usually operate in the interest of our collective public health.
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