Carmine Gentile, a Framingham attorney and long-time Sudbury resident, kicked off his campaign for State Representative in the 13th Middlesex District on April 27th. Speaking to an energized crowd, Gentile talked about his vision to create jobs, raise the minimum wage, improve healthcare, and invest in education. Gentile is committed to being a progressive and independent voice at the State House who will put community interests first.

“I have learned a lot about what is important in the 13th Middlesex District by working alongside you in community groups, participating on town boards and listening to your concerns,” said Gentile. “Massachusetts must meet today’s challenges by investing in infrastructure, transportation, education and protecting the environment in order to maintain a robust economy and the quality of life that makes Massachusetts such a great place to live and work.”

Gentile, who is running to fill the State Representative seat being vacated by Tom Conroy in the September 9th Democratic Primary, is a small business owner and lawyer with decades of experience serving the community. Since 1984, Gentile has represented families, individuals and small businesses through his private law practice in Framingham. Additionally, Gentile has served on Sudbury’s Finance Committee, Board of Registrars, Planning Board and Council on Aging. Serving in these positions has given Gentile a deeper understanding of municipal budgets and the impact of state legislation on our communities.

“With his background in the law, his familiarity from raising a family in the District, his experience born of numerous volunteer engagements, and his personal skill set, I firmly believe that Carmine Gentile will make a superbly effective State Representative” said Chris Morely, member of the Sudbury Planning Board and Chair of Sudbury’s Community Preservation Committee.

“I am pleased to endorse Carmine Gentile as the Democratic candidate to succeed Tom Conroy as our State Representative” said Sudbury Selectman, Chuck Woodard. “I know him as a man of energy and integrity who has devoted countless hours over the years in service to the Town of Sudbury and to our children. Carmine served on the Sudbury Planning Board for nine years and is currently a member of the Sudbury Council on Aging. He also continues to play a leadership role in the local Boy Scout troop where he has served for twelve years including ten years as Assistant Scoutmaster and two years as Scoutmaster. I believe he will represent us well in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.”

The 13th Middlesex district includes neighborhoods in Framingham, Marlborough, Sudbury, and Wayland (Framingham Precinct 3; Marlborough Ward 1 Precincts 1 and 2, Ward 2 Precinct 2 and Ward 7 Precinct 1; all of Sudbury; and Wayland Precincts 1, 2 and 3).

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